I hope I am forgiven on this post but the other was too long, while we didn't get the sweep, we took the series. So ends our season which means I will be bored to tears lol. But I think Eric Wedge and Jamey Carroll put it best when they said. Wedge: "It's a heck of an accomplishment coming from where we were," Wedge said of the Indians, who were 16 games under .500 on July 9. "We wanted to win as many games as possible and finish as strong as we could. The guys worked hard to do that." Carroll: "We fought hard to get to that [.500 mark]," infielder Jamey Carroll said. "There are positives to where we ended up. You guys [in the media] will make a bigger deal out of the record and stats, but the most important thing for these guys is to learn from the experiences and be ready for next year." Wedge: "It's a heck of an accomplishment coming from where we were," Wedge said of the Indians, who were 16 games under .500 on July 9. "We wanted to win as many games as possible and finish as strong as we could. The guys worked hard to do that." Carroll: "Guys did a good job turning the season around," Carroll said. "A tale of two seasons? It might have been. That's baseball. We went through a lot and learned a lot." But we did finish dead even at .500. Cliff Lee it turns out ended his season last week but He finished with the best ERA in the AL at 22-3 2.54 ERA and .880 Win percentage. - When asked which stat he puts more stock in -- wins or ERA -- Lee was characteristically non-committal. - "I don't put stock in either one," he said. "I look at it like this: My job is to go as deep into the game as I can, put up zeros and give the team a chance to win. There's going to be games where I give up runs but my team scores more, and I win. And there's going to be games where I don't give up any runs and we don't score any. That's the name of the game. If I give the team a chance to win, I was successful." So until next season I guess we will be discussing changes to the teams, and how the players are doing from what we hear. As for the WS whoever wins, wins, as to the awards now that will be interesting. GO BASEBALL!!!