SN Staff The Cleveland Indians fell short of their World Series hopes this year, but spirits were high on Monday, as second baseman Jason Kipnis held his annual "shoe toss" at Progressive Field. The tradition involves Kipnis giving away autographed cleats and game-worn gear at the end of the season. Those in attendance were excited to receive some signed equipment from the All-Star. What an awesome way for Kipnis to show some love and appreciation to the fans. -- Alex Tekip
For the second straight week, the New York Yankees are returning home facing a 2-0 deficit against an opponent who won at least 100 games in the regular season. After rallying against the 102-win Cleveland Indians, the question is can New York do it again in the American League Championship Series against the 101-win Houston Astros? The Yankees get their first opportunity to climb out of their deficit Monday night when they host Houston in Game 3.