If you could turn back time, you could have made $1M on the Indians' streak

Cleveland Indians fans celebrate a 5-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers in a baseball game, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, in Cleveland. The Indians set the American League record with 21 consecutive wins. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

Fans of the Cleveland Indians continue to celebrate after Wednesday’s American League record-setting 21st straight victory.

What if one of those fans was also clairvoyant enough to wager $100 on Cleveland on the first day of the Indians’ winning streak — Aug. 24 — and let the winnings ride?

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That initial $100 would be worth $1,050,349 after Wednesday’s 5-3 decision over the Detroit Tigers, according to Jay Kornegay, vice president of Race & Sports Operations at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

In order to win the $1 million-plus, the bettor would have placed $800,266 on the Indians (-320 on the money line).

Kornegay adds that no one, to his knowledge, has 21-game parlay ticket tied to the Indians’ streak.

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