9 Tribe Playoff Memories To Get You Primed for Tonight's Wild Card Game

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Hey, Cleveland — there's playoff baseball happening tonight. We know you know that, but shit, we can't stop thinking and talking about it. Maybe, like us, you've occupied your morning by reliving some recent Indians playoff baseball memories in delightful video form. If not, or you want more, we've assembled nine clips to get your blood pumping. There's really nothing quite like playoff baseball at The Jake.


See Albert over there to the right? He is part of the highlight package below, though not for the famous bicep-flexing bomb. Because MLB is kind of lame, there isn't video of that jack on YouTube. Otherwise, we've got a motley mix of recent highlights, from Tony Pena's walkoff to Kenny Lofton scoring from second against the Mariners. Some of the vids aren't of the highest quality, but who cares. And by all means, there are plenty of moments not included because video wasn't available, but this will suffice.


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