Found August 15, 2012 on Burning River Baseball:
Player of the Game Shin-Soo Choo gave Indians fans something to be happy about with a three run home run that also won him tonight's Player of the Game. The home run was his only real positive note of the night, earning him a score of 5.68. Asdrubal Cabrera also had a decent game with a double and a single, knocking in one run for a score of 1.96. Feathers Up Roberto Hernandez allowed five runs in six innings in what I guess we are calling his Major League debut. This may seem like a bad start, but keep in mind, this is his first start of the year, and hitters are always ahead of pitchers at this point in Spring Training. Also, this start was extremely better than two of the Indians last three starts, which should put it in some perspective. Cody Allen had his worst game of his career and still made it through without giving up a run. Allen gave up a single and walked two, but ended the inning with a double play with no harm done. To this point he has thrown 12.1 innings...
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