Which is the More Incredible Streak.... Dodgers' Losing or Indians' Winning ???

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    Are Reds fans allowed to adopt the Indians?

    Oh, Indians for reasons like @CincySportsFan mentioned.

    I am also shocked by the Dodgers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    Are Reds fans allowed to adopt the Indians?

    Oh, Indians for reasons like @CincySportsFan mentioned.

    I am also shocked by the Dodgers.

    I'll root for the Indians to win the World Series, but I really have no other rooting interest for the Indians. As a huge Bengals fan would you adopt the Browns if they start playing well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LRCW View Post
    I'll root for the Indians to win the World Series, but I really have no other rooting interest for the Indians. As a huge Bengals fan would you adopt the Browns if they start playing well?
    The Reds are out or it would be Reds only.

    I have always rooted for the Browns, nothing will change there.

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    This thing started around August 11. They are 36-5 during that time. I don't think I've ever seen a hotter stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    Are Reds fans allowed to adopt the Indians?
    Growing up in Ohio, it's always been the Reds and the Indians for me. Actually got to see more Indians games when I was younger, being able to pull in the Cleveland stations. Grew up with Andre Thornton, Mike Hargrove, Toby Harrah, Rick Manning, etc. on the tv. Aside from interleague play, I've never had to make a choice.

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    Win Sunday makes them 29-2 over last 31. Did they not set the record for longest streak with just one loss? I think 27 out of 28. Amazing!

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