Cleveland's run has been impressive, but even more extraordinary is how easily the team has handled every opponent in its path.
Here's a breakdown, by the numbers, of the sheer dominance the Indians have enjoyed over the rest of baseball since their streak began Aug. 24.
19 - Wins by the Indians' starting rotation during the 21-game streak.
0 - Runs allowed by the Indians' bullpen over the past nine days.
1.70 - Earned run average of Cleveland's rotation during the streak.
7.89 - ERA of opposing teams' starting pitchers against the Indians since their last loss.
4 - Innings Cleveland has trailed out of the 189 it's played during the winning streak. Also, the Indians' magic number to clinch their second consecutive division title.
7 - Number of times the Indians have shut out an opponent during the streak.
139 - Runs the Indians have scored against their opponents during the streak.
35 - Runs scored by their opponents during the stretch.
8 - The minimum number of games every other AL team has lost since the Indians' streak began.
18 - Extra-base hits by Jose Ramirez during the 21 games. Alternatively, teams facing the Indians have just 33 combined during the same stretch.