Twenty nine and counting -- Cleveland Indians pitcher Andrew Miller finished up Game 4 of the World Series by breaking a record.
Miller surpassed pitcher Francisco Rodriguez who threw 28 Ks for the Angels in a single post season in 2002.
Kelvin Herrera threw 22 for the Royals in the 2015 postseason. Royals pitcher Wade Davis and Astros pitcher threw 20 strikeouts in the 2014 postseason and Brad Lidge threw 20 strike outs in the 2004 postseason.
The Cleveland Indians are on the cusp of winning the World Series as they take on the Chicago Cubs in Game 5 Oct. 30.
The Tribe leads the Fall Classic 3-1 after beating the Cubs Saturday 7-2.
Game 5 begins at 8 p.m.
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