It's been nearly three weeks since the Indians last experienced the agony of defeat. On Sept. 28, the Tigers beat the Tribe, 6-3, dropping the AL Central champions to 91-67. Cleveland won its final three regular-season games and its first six postseason games to move within a victory of its first World Series appearance since 1997.
To prove how amazing this run has been, here's a sampling of what has happened in the sports world since that last Indians loss:
Andrew Miller became a god
The big lefty has struck out 24 batters over 10 2/3 scoreless innings, including 20 K's in nine postseason innings.
6 MLB playoff teams bit the dust
So long, Nationals, Mets, Giants, Rangers, Red Sox and Orioles.
Tim Tebow swung and missed ... often
Make it 0-for-12 in the Arizona Fall League for the Heisman winner.
The puck dropped on the NHL regular season
Ironically, the season begins and ends with 80-degree temperatures. And ice.
The NBA preseason tipped off
But it'll take at least until March before we get used to this image.
The Panthers' season ended
Three consecutive division losses have dropped the defending NFC champions to 1-5.
Nick Saban almost smiled
Alabama has outscored its past three opponents 132-46 to establish itself as the clear national title favorite.
Ronda Rousey returned from the red carpet
More than a year after losing her title, she'll try to win it back against Amanda Nunes on Dec. 30
Tiger Woods took a seat ... again
But at least he had a front-row view of the U.S. Ryder Cup win.
The clock struck midnight
The college hoops world celebrated Midnight Madness, five months before its Cinderellas will emerge.
Colin Kaepernick went from protester to starter
Unfortunately for the 49ers, he didn't take a knee on the final snap of the game against the Bills.
Odell Beckham Jr. got engaged
To a kicking net. True story.
The Browns remained the Browns
Cleveland can't be good at everything, as the NFL's only remaining winless team (0-6) can attest.