The Cleveland Indians are a game away from playing in the World Series. An improbable 4-2 in Toronto last night gives the Tribe a 3-0 lead in the ALCS.

Starter Trevor Bauer had to leave the game after just two outs in the first inning. His pinkie finger was bleeding after he had 10 stitches in the finger following a drone accident a few days ago.

Manager Terry Francona called on six relievers to get through the game.

The best effort continues to come from Andrew Miller. He closed the game with three Ks in 1.1 innings. He now has 13 Ks in the ALCS.

The Indians can wrap up the series later today.