The Indians are the hottest team in baseball right now, winners of 11 straight. Just as the Cavaliers completed their title run, the Indians have found their stride, and viewers tuning in to watch the first-place Tribe.



During the current 11-game winning streak, Indians games are averaging a 5.3 HH rating on SportsTime Ohio, which is up 31 percent compared to last season (4.07 HH).



The Indians’ game in Atlanta Monday night had a 9.52 HH, or more than 142,000 homes. It was the highest rating this season and the highest for a non-simulcast game on STO since July 9, 2014 against the New York Yankees. In June, viewership is approaching a 6 HH and is up 74 percent from a year ago.



The Indians enter Wednesday 46-30 and holding a six-game lead over the Kansas City Royals (40-36). Their 11-game winning streak is the longest in baseball this season.



The Indians took the first two games in Atlanta on the road to extend that stretch, winning 8-3 and 5-3. Last night’s victory included Corey Kluber taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Carlos Santana’s go-ahead RBI single in the ninth that led to a three-run inning.