CLEVELAND — The Houston Astros tied an American League record Monday by hitting a home run in their 12th consecutive postseason game. George Springer’s fifth-inning home run off Mike Clevinger tied the game at 1-1 and extended a streak that began in last season’s postseason. Houston homered in three games against Cleveland, seven games against the Dodgers in winning last season’s World Series, and two games against the Yankees in the ALCS. The Baltimore Orioles held the record with home runs in 12 consecutive playoff games from 1983 to 1997. Springer’s first-pitch home run into the left-field seats was his

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