Carlos Santana #41, Jason Kipnis #22 and Travis Hafner #48 of the Cleveland Indians celebrate after Hafner hit a two-run home run during the sixth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Progressive Field on May 23, 2012 in Cleveland, Ohio.
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CLEVELAND - It’s a tough time to be an Indians fan, so the Tribe faithful are finding new ways to maintain sanity and gain some sense of pleasure.
The latest attempt has taken a somewhat dirty – but entertaining – turn.
After the Indians’ 11th straight loss, #IndiansSexActs has popped up as a trending topic in Cleveland. Another loss Wednesday and the team will tie a franchise record for most consecutive losses dating back to 1931.
Fans have gotten creative as they vent their frustration with the team through subtle (and not-so-subtle) innuendos based on past and present players.
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