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Who will win the ALCS: Cleveland Indians or Toronto Blue Jays?
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Cleveland (94-67) and Toronto (89-73) are meeting to battle it out in the 2016 American League Championship Series. The best-of-seven playoff series will determine who will advance to the World Series. Cleveland has the second-best record in the AL, a dominant bullpen and home-field advantage. But the Blue Jays are entering the series on a hot streak and with a significantly healthier roster. Who will win the ALCS? Vote below! 

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Who will win the ALCS: Cleveland Indians or Toronto Blue Jays?
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This is the first time the Indians and the Blue Jays have ever met in the playoffs. Cleveland won the regular season series against Toronto, taking four games out of seven. Expect a pitching-heavy series, although the Blue Jays are starting to show some pop.

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Here are 5 reasons why the Cleveland Indians will win the 2016 ALCS for the right to play in the World Series:

  1. The rotation is good enough
  2. Indians' bullpen can end games after 5 innings
  3. Cleveland has home-field advantage
  4. Toronto's pitching can be had
  5. Cleveland's offense is clicking
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Here are 5 reasons why the Toronto Blue Jays will win the 2016 ALCS for the right to play in the World Series:

  1. Speedy outfielder Ezequiel Carrera is on hitting streak
  2. Toronto can handle Cleveland Indians' star pitcher Corey Kluber
  3. Toronto's roster is healthier
  4. Toronto can score early and often
  5. The Blue Jays are on a winning streak
FINAL RESULTS
Who will win the ALCS: Cleveland Indians or Toronto Blue Jays?
A festive crown for the winner
#RallyTogether
#OurMoment
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