Found June 14, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
CLEVELAND -- Streaks happen.And the Indians have a small one going after they won a game for the sixth time this season on their last at-bat in Progressive Field.The team that won 18-of-22 and then lost 16-of-20 has won three in a row after beating Washington 2-1 with a bottom-of-the-ninth rally. But three good games does not mean the Indians are shrugging off what happened prior -- or are content with being up and down like the Millennium.We dont to just be hot, center fielder Michael Bourn said. We want to be consistent.Meaning The more consistent you are the better team youll be, Bourn said. Were working toward that. Its good to be hot at times. You want to be hot, but you want to be consistent. You dont want to go on long losing streaks.He continued.If you look at any team thats good in any sport, they know how to get out of the funk, he said. We should set ourselves to be that kind of team. Why not? I dont see why we cant do it.Bourn admitted the Indians were in said funk durin...
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