Indians Host Yankees For Game Five, Encarnacion Could Play

A trip to the American League Championship Series is on the line tonight at Progressive Field.  The Indians and Yankees square off in Game Five of their AL Division Series.  Cleveland won Game One and Two at home before losing the next two in the Bronx.  Ace Corey Kluber toes the rubber for the Indians opposite New York's CC Sabathia.  The winner faces the Astros in the ALCS. 

 

The status of Indians slugger Edwin Encarnacion is still up in the air for Game Five.  Manager Terry Francona didn't rule out the possibility of Encarnacion starting.  He last played in Game Two when he sprained his ankle trying to get back to second base.  Francona also said he's considering changes to the lineup, but didn't announce what. 

 
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