Blue Jays learn the meaning of 'It's Miller Time'

After the Toronto Blue Jays ended Game 1 against the Cleveland Indians with 'ice cold' bats, Indians reliever Andrew Miller made sure they were 'frozen' during Game 2 of the ALCS.

Cleveland reliever has 10 strikeouts against 12 batters in the ALCS

Andrew Miller of the Cleveland Indians celebrates after striking out Josh Donaldson #20 of the Toronto Blue Jays in the top of the eighth inning during game two of the ALCS. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Game 2 of the American League Championship Series cannot be better described than "It's Miller Time."

After the Toronto Blue Jays ended Game 1 against the Cleveland Indians with "ice cold" bats, Indians reliever Andrew Miller made sure they were frozen during Game 2 of the ALCS. 

Andrew Miller's standout performance in Game 2 gave him 10 strikeouts against 12 batters in the ALCS.

The Cleveland Indians now lead the ALCS series 2-0 after defeating the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 in Cleveland on Saturday. 

Although it was an overall team performance that helped secure another win for Cleveland, it was the Indians' pitching that drew online conversation. 

Josh Tomlin's curve ball was the talk of the beginning of the game, and it was reliever Andrew Miller's slider that wrapped everything up. 

The Toronto Blue Jays weren't the only ones that got a bitter taste of 'Miller Time'...

...The fans were right there with them as well. 

While Blue Jays faithful left Game 2 disappointed, there is still solace in knowing that Toronto Maple Leafs' Auston Matthews could have done the job.

Toronto will face Cleveland at home desperately needing a Game 3 win on Monday at 4:08 p.m. ET.


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