Found August 15, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The enigma that is Ubaldo Jimenez had another rocky outing Tuesday night in the Cleveland Indians' 9-6 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. Jimenez lasted just four innings and gave up eight runs. It's the fifth time in his last 21 starts that the right-hander has given up seven or more runs. Jimenez has struggled all year, but he has been particularly ineffective since the All-Star break. In seven starts during the season's second half, Jimenez is 1-5 with an 8.83 ERA. Those are the kind of numbers that typically get a pitcher removed from a rotation, if not sent to the minor leagues. Nothing like that will apparently befall Jimenez for a couple of reasons. First, the Indians don't have any obvious candidates to replace Jimenez in the rotation, although they are adding Roberto Hernandez to the rotation Wednesday in place of Chris Seddon. Second, the Indians gave up four minor league prospects, including the organization's top two pitching prospects, in the tr...
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