Kluber aims to start new winning streak for Cleveland Indians

Coco Crisp and Mike Napoli talk about what it's going to take for this team to make the playoffs and Dave Chudowsky looks ahead at the tough schedule facing the Indians.

CLEVELAND - There's less than a month of regular season baseball remaining on the Cleveland Indians' schedule, but the team has no intent on calling it quits come early October.

The Indians dropped the series opener with Houston Monday night, but ace Corey Kluber aims to start a new winning streak Tuesday with hopes of advancing Cleveland's 4 1/2-game division lead.

Kluber will start opposite Houston righty Brad Peacock, who received the nod in place of starter Dallas Keuchel, who was recently diagnosed with shoulder inflammation. Kluber received AL Pitcher of the Month in August, crafting a 5-0 record and 2.43 ERA across six starts.

WKYC's Dave Chudowsky spoke with some Indians players Tuesday afternoon. Check out the video above to see what they had to say.


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