By Tony LastoriaFOX Sports Ohio
It's hard not to get excited over the potential of Indians' right-handed starter Trevor Bauer.
Since the Indians picked him up in a wild three-team deal this past December, there has been a lot of hype surrounding Bauer's unique personality and the type of pitcher he will end become.
But as Bauer displayed in Tampa last Saturday, he is still an unfinished product - not quite ready for prime time.
This does not mean that Bauers bright star has dimmed; but he has a few things he needs to focus to become more consistent and perform at the high level expected of him.
In his first start of the season the 22-year old bobbed and weaved his way through five innings, fortunate to only allow three runs. He gave up just two hits, but struggled with his command, issuing seven walks.
Bauers emotions were likely on overload in the first start of the season, which may have had an effect on his command. He has struggled with fastball command in the early stages of hi...