This win was earned.

There was an intense distinction between the Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals as this four-game series opened at Progressive Field:

  • The Tribe wanted to keep making history, but
  • The Royals needed the win to remain relevant in the American League's wild card race.

Kansas City came within one strike of victory in the bottom of the ninth, but no:

Little did we know this was gonna be the end of their record streak. As always, The Daily Player has its take. You're gonna see those dudes were pretty sure this would be the end of it. Click over there and enjoy.

Meanwhile, we here at Fanorama have a streak of our own, and it's endless. We're on a value run, and it's not gonna stop. For example, check out this collapsible, folding tailgating table complete with food basket, insulated cooler, and travel bag:

collapsible, folding tailgating table complete with food basket, insulated cooler, and travel bag

If that description didn't say it all, we'd have to try it in another language.

Hard to believe we can push this out the door for $79.95, but that's what we do. With free shipping, no less.

It's still camping season somewhere and tailgating season everywhere. You need this. We have it for you. It's a match made in heaven.





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