Found May 15, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Baby steps. Indians' starting pitcher Trevor Bauer is taking baby steps with each start at the major league level. Last season, the 22-year old Bauer was rushed to the big leagues by Arizona, barely a year removed from the 2011 MLB Draft. He made just four starts and went 1-2 with a 6.06 ERA before he was sidelined for the year with a groin issue. After a three-team, nine-player trade brought the prized arm of Bauer to the Indians, he impressed the Indians with a solid spring training, since pitching well in spot starts. In three starts for the Indians this season, Bauer is 1-2 with a 2.76 ERA. He has pitched the same amount of innings with the Indians (16.1) as he did last year with the Diamondbacks, but has a much lower ERA. The key for Bauer - baby steps. He struggled with command in his first outing in Tampa, walking the first four batters of the game and seven overall in five innings. Still, he limited Tampa to three runs on two hits. Bauer then pitched five shutout innings...
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