LeBron James congratulates the Indians on 21-game winning streak

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Indians won their 21st game against the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday—setting the American League record.

And LeBron James took some time to notice the Indians' historic winning streak.

Posted on his video platform, UNINTERRUPTED, James said "I can't let another day go by without shouting out to home team Cleveland Indians. 21 game winning streak. What you are all doing right now, keep it going.

James' and J.R. Smith's support for the team was documented throughout the 2016 World Series.

Jokingly, James said he wants the Indians to come back with a 40-game winning streak.

"No pressure. No pressure. I get it," James said while comparing it to his own experience during his 27-game winning streak in the NBA.

"But what you all are doing, inspiring the youth and showing the rest of the MLB what's about man and to come back after a devastating loss in the championship round.. so big shout out," James said.

James hopes to make another video if the Indians can make 40 straight wins.

"So commendable. Keep it going. Cleveland pride. The Land," James said.