There's no doubt Cleveland fans show up for every game, win or lose. Game 3 of the American League Division Series against the Houston Astros was no different as fans made their presence known at Progressive Field.
Despite cheering on the Indians for every run, hit and moment in between, the team fell short and the Astros swept the Indians 11-3.
We still love our Indians and the team loves their fans.
We screamed together.
We fought together.
We won together.
We lost together.
Thank you for support.
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) October 8, 2018
Several players took time on social media to thank fans for their endless support throughout the season.
Jason Kipnis admitted the result wasn't what they wanted, but thanked fans for their support during the highs and lows of the season.
Definitely not good enough nor the finish we wanted this year.. but I just had to give you Cle fans your props today! Not even counting the ones that left early (that’s on us the players). You guys were so far and away louder than the first couple games! You did your part. ThankU
— Jason Kipnis (@TheJK_Kid) October 8, 2018
Carlos Carrasco told fans he will see them in 2019.