The magic is back at the corner of East 9th and Ontario in downtown Cleveland, OH. The first place Cleveland Indians knocked off the Seattle Mariners in front of an awesome crowd of over 34,000 fans. With the Tribe, it's a new hero every night. This time it was Jason Kipnis, the Indians' second baseman belted a three run walk off homer in the bottom half of the tenth inning.
The Cleveland Indians are finally fun to watch again. After a rough start to the month of April, the Indians have put together their longest winning streak of the season at six. This is the longest streak since April/May of 2011. With today's victory over the Minnesota Twins, the Tribe is now a game over .500 with a record of 14-13. The Indians are hot on the trail of the AL
[caption id="attachment_10820" align="alignnone" width="640"] Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] The new look Cleveland Indians sit just two-and-a-half games out of first place of the AL Central after one month of baseball. The Tribe has a four game winning streak and the fans are excited about the direction the team is going. But, why are the Indians on this recent tear? The answer on offense is Ryan Raburn. Who? The 32 year old