On catching the Twins, mental health days and Cleveland Indians' quick hitters

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On catching the Twins, mental health days and Cleveland Indians' quick hitters
On catching the Twins, mental health days and Cleveland Indians' quick hitters

NEW YORK -- Not only did the Indians catch the Twins in the AL Central, but for a brief moment they passed them. They have since dropped to three games off the pace entering Thursday night's game against the Mets, while their once 4 1/2-game lead for the first wild card spot is down to a half game over Tampa Bay. When the Indians pulled even with the Twins on Aug. 11 by taking three out of four games at Target Field, second baseman Jason Kipnis said, “We accomplished half of our goal. Now we've got to hold them off.” Since then the Indians have lost six of nine to let the Twins regain first place. “Your one worry is that we set so much of a goal of catching them and running them down, you fear

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