The Houston Astros are one step away from a return to the World Series after a 3-game sweep of the Cleveland Indians in Major League Baseball's American League Divisional Series.

The Astros dominated the Indians yesterday in Cleveland with a final score of 11-3. A couple of throwing errors from Cleveland relief pitcher Trevor Bauer helped the Astros who's bats were on fire. Marwin Gonzales added 2 runs off of a double in the 7th inning, and in the team's final 3 at-bats put up 10 runs. George Springer hit a couple of dingers, Carlos Correa added a 3-run homer, and Collin McHugh was the winning pitcher, throwing 6 straight outs against the Indians.

The Astros now wait to see who they'll be playing in the ALCS between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.