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After the Indians clinched the AL Central, Mike Napoli said the party is 'Wherever I'm going'

Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis celebrates with teammates after beating the Detroit Tigers 7-4 after a baseball game in Detroit, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) (Paul Sancya/AP)

Mike Napoli is a one-man party machine. If you could rent him out for birthdays and weddings, people would pay. Because wherever he goes, good times follow. 
That was already a fact when he was on the World Series-winning Red Sox in 2013 when he started playing bartender. And now, "Party at Napoli's" has become a rallying cry for the city of Cleveland. His bat is named for it and fans showed up to College Gameday carrying the phrase on a sign. So when the Indians clinched their first division title since 2007 after defeating the Tigers, 7-4, it was time to celebrate. But where, oh where would this party be? 

Good answer.