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Francisco Lindor's game-tying dual within the 9th

Here are 22 random stats and facts about Cleveland's now completed 22-game winning streak.

Pythagorean record is a fancy term for expected record based on run differential. That plus-105 run differential equals an expected 21-1 record in those 22 games thanks to all those big blowout wins. There is always going to be some element of luck to a 22-game winning streak, but make no mistake, the Indians straight up dominated for 22 games.

The only walk-off win during the streak came in the 22nd and final game. That was Jay Bruce's walk-off double against the Royals on Thursday night. It was set up by Francisco Lindor's game-tying double in the ninth.

The Indians played 198 innings during the 22-game winning streak -- they didn't play any extra innings games -- and trailed for exactly eight of those 198 innings. Eight! Four of those eight innings came in one game too -- on Thursday, prior to Lindor's ninth-inning heroics and Bruce's walk-off double.

As part of the 22-game winning streak, the Indians swept a pair of doubleheaders in the span of three days. They took two games from the Yankees at Yankee Stadium on August 30, then took two games from the Tigers at Comerica Park on September 1. The doubleheader with the Yankees included a makeup game of their August 29 rainout. The Tigers and Indians were rained out back on June 30, which led to the doubleheader.

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