ARLINGTON, Texas — — Now comes the changing to the Guardians for the Cleveland baseball team that played 107 seasons as the Indians. Aaron Civale allowed only three singles while pitching six scoreless innings as the Indians played for the final time under that name, after nearly 17,000 games since 1915, winning 6-0 in a season finale on the road against the 102-loss Texas Rangers on Sunday. Yu Chang homered for the Indians (80-82), who finished with their first losing season since 2012 before taking the field as the Guardians next season. That ended a streak of eight consecutive winning seasons, matching the longest in the history of the franchise that was one of the American League’s charter teams in 1901 and became the Indians in 1915. Four relievers, including right-hander Bryan Shaw in his 81st appearance to get into exactly half the games this season, followed Civale (12-5) to close out Cleveland’s ninth shutout. Shaw extended his franchise record to 459 career relief appearances.  Cleveland’s first game as the Guardians will be the 2022 season opener at home March 31 against Kansas City.