CLEVELAND -- Well, it sure does stink to be a member of the Cleveland Indians right now.
Five days ago, it was great. Then the Detroit Tigers came to town. By the time they left, they took a commanding lead in the American League Central and stole nearly every reason for the Indians to believe in something good.
Four games and four losses -- punctuated by the Tigers 10-3 hammer job Thursday night at Progressive Field.
Hows that for sheer delight, Tribe fans?
When the Tigers strutted into town, they owned a three-game lead in the division. Its now up to a whopping seven after their first four-game sweep in Cleveland in 25 years.
Its no wonder Tigers starter Max Scherzer called it his teams best four-game series of the year.
Scherzer is having a remarkable season, winning all but one of his 18 decisions -- and allowing just four hits in seven innings Thursday.
But drummer Max Weinberg of Bruce Springsten and Conan OBrien fame could have been the pitcher on this nigh...