CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians' historic winning streak continued with an MLB-record 22 consecutive games Thursday night in a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field.

The 22 victories passes the 1935 Chicago Cubs for the most consecutive victories. Beyond that, it's complicated. The 1916 New York Giants' unbeaten streak of 26 victories in 27 games invites debate because it included a tie. However, Major League Baseball views the Giants' winning streak of 26 games as the longest in history. The Indians will continue their quest on Friday at Progressive Field with the series with Kansas City.

The Indians roughed up Boston ace Chris Sale, tagging the All-Star lefty for seven runs on seven hits in three innings, matching the shortest start of his career. Even with Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall out with injuries, the Indians racked up 18 hits, one short of their season high. Rookie Yandy Diaz (above) went 4-for-4, finishing a homer short of the cycle. Giovanny Urshela drove in a career-high four runs and Francisco Lindor and Jay Bruce added homers. Tribe starter Trevor Bauer allowed four runs in 51/3 innings, striking out eight in his sixth consecutive victory.  

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CLEVELAND -- October has arrived at Progressive Field. The unfinished business of avenging last year's Game 7 loss in the World Series begins. The amplified voices of a red-clad crowd clamoring to see a 69-year wait for championship glory will make for an electric atmosphere when the Indians open the American League Division Series presented by Doosan at home against the Yankees tonight.

" The Streak " is a popular country /novelty song written, produced, and sung by Ray Stevens . It was released in March 1974 as the lead single to his album Boogity Boogity . "The Streak" capitalized on the then-popular craze of streaking . [1] In 2007 Cledus T. Judd covered "The Streak" on his album Boogity Boogity - A Tribute to the Comic Genius of Ray Stevens .

One of Stevens' most successful recordings, "The Streak" was his second number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA, spending three weeks at the top in May 1974 and reached #3 on the Billboard Country singles chart. A major international hit, it also reached number one on the UK Singles Chart , spending a single week at the top of the chart in June 1974. [2] In total it sold over five million copies internationally and ranked on Billboard magazine's top hits of 1974 at number 8.

The music video for "The Streak" takes place at a grocery store, a gas station, and a high school gym. Ray Stevens plays a reporter and Ethel's husband. An animated version of The Streak is featured. A live action version of The Streak is briefly seen. In the end everyone joins The Streak and animated versions of Ethel and The Streak are shown. The video ends with one of the cast members scolding Ray for allowing people to trample her when they chose to streak. As Ray Stevens gives her a mocking look the screen fades to black.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians' historic winning streak continued with an MLB-record 22 consecutive games Thursday night in a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field.

The 22 victories passes the 1935 Chicago Cubs for the most consecutive victories. Beyond that, it's complicated. The 1916 New York Giants' unbeaten streak of 26 victories in 27 games invites debate because it included a tie. However, Major League Baseball views the Giants' winning streak of 26 games as the longest in history. The Indians will continue their quest on Friday at Progressive Field with the series with Kansas City.

The Indians roughed up Boston ace Chris Sale, tagging the All-Star lefty for seven runs on seven hits in three innings, matching the shortest start of his career. Even with Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall out with injuries, the Indians racked up 18 hits, one short of their season high. Rookie Yandy Diaz (above) went 4-for-4, finishing a homer short of the cycle. Giovanny Urshela drove in a career-high four runs and Francisco Lindor and Jay Bruce added homers. Tribe starter Trevor Bauer allowed four runs in 51/3 innings, striking out eight in his sixth consecutive victory.  

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CLEVELAND -- October has arrived at Progressive Field. The unfinished business of avenging last year's Game 7 loss in the World Series begins. The amplified voices of a red-clad crowd clamoring to see a 69-year wait for championship glory will make for an electric atmosphere when the Indians open the American League Division Series presented by Doosan at home against the Yankees tonight.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians' historic winning streak continued with an MLB-record 22 consecutive games Thursday night in a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field.

The 22 victories passes the 1935 Chicago Cubs for the most consecutive victories. Beyond that, it's complicated. The 1916 New York Giants' unbeaten streak of 26 victories in 27 games invites debate because it included a tie. However, Major League Baseball views the Giants' winning streak of 26 games as the longest in history. The Indians will continue their quest on Friday at Progressive Field with the series with Kansas City.

The Indians roughed up Boston ace Chris Sale, tagging the All-Star lefty for seven runs on seven hits in three innings, matching the shortest start of his career. Even with Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall out with injuries, the Indians racked up 18 hits, one short of their season high. Rookie Yandy Diaz (above) went 4-for-4, finishing a homer short of the cycle. Giovanny Urshela drove in a career-high four runs and Francisco Lindor and Jay Bruce added homers. Tribe starter Trevor Bauer allowed four runs in 51/3 innings, striking out eight in his sixth consecutive victory.  

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CLEVELAND -- October has arrived at Progressive Field. The unfinished business of avenging last year's Game 7 loss in the World Series begins. The amplified voices of a red-clad crowd clamoring to see a 69-year wait for championship glory will make for an electric atmosphere when the Indians open the American League Division Series presented by Doosan at home against the Yankees tonight.

" The Streak " is a popular country /novelty song written, produced, and sung by Ray Stevens . It was released in March 1974 as the lead single to his album Boogity Boogity . "The Streak" capitalized on the then-popular craze of streaking . [1] In 2007 Cledus T. Judd covered "The Streak" on his album Boogity Boogity - A Tribute to the Comic Genius of Ray Stevens .

One of Stevens' most successful recordings, "The Streak" was his second number one on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA, spending three weeks at the top in May 1974 and reached #3 on the Billboard Country singles chart. A major international hit, it also reached number one on the UK Singles Chart , spending a single week at the top of the chart in June 1974. [2] In total it sold over five million copies internationally and ranked on Billboard magazine's top hits of 1974 at number 8.

The music video for "The Streak" takes place at a grocery store, a gas station, and a high school gym. Ray Stevens plays a reporter and Ethel's husband. An animated version of The Streak is featured. A live action version of The Streak is briefly seen. In the end everyone joins The Streak and animated versions of Ethel and The Streak are shown. The video ends with one of the cast members scolding Ray for allowing people to trample her when they chose to streak. As Ray Stevens gives her a mocking look the screen fades to black.

Jason King’s “Beyond the Streak” is a riveting look inside the heads and hearts of those that engineered arguably the most remarkable achievement in the history of sport: Kansas’ 13 straight Big 12 titles. There is no place like Allen Fieldhouse, and no program that can match the Jayhawks’ years and years of sustained excellence. King captures it all in fabulous detail.

“Beyond the Streak” is the most insightful Kansas basketball book I’ve ever read. Jason King has spoiled fans once again with hundreds of pages of stories and anecdotes from the key figures behind the greatest run in college basketball history. The candor here is amazing. Not just from KU greats such as Mario Chalmers, Thomas Robinson and Joel Embiid, but also from Kevin Durant, Jacob Pullen, Fred Hoiberg and countless other opposing players and coaches the Jayhawks left in their wake. An absolute must-read for Kansas fans!

In college basketball’s ever-changing climate—with one-and-done’s and transfers creating waves of instability—one thing has remained a staple: Kansas winning the Big 12 title. Again and again and again. So improbable is the Jayhawks’ run of 13 straight league championships that history may crown Kansas as the last truly dominate program in the sport. “Beyond the Streak” captures the reasons for that excellence like never before.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians' historic winning streak continued with an MLB-record 22 consecutive games Thursday night in a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field.

The 22 victories passes the 1935 Chicago Cubs for the most consecutive victories. Beyond that, it's complicated. The 1916 New York Giants' unbeaten streak of 26 victories in 27 games invites debate because it included a tie. However, Major League Baseball views the Giants' winning streak of 26 games as the longest in history. The Indians will continue their quest on Friday at Progressive Field with the series with Kansas City.

The Indians roughed up Boston ace Chris Sale, tagging the All-Star lefty for seven runs on seven hits in three innings, matching the shortest start of his career. Even with Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley and Lonnie Chisenhall out with injuries, the Indians racked up 18 hits, one short of their season high. Rookie Yandy Diaz (above) went 4-for-4, finishing a homer short of the cycle. Giovanny Urshela drove in a career-high four runs and Francisco Lindor and Jay Bruce added homers. Tribe starter Trevor Bauer allowed four runs in 51/3 innings, striking out eight in his sixth consecutive victory.  

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