Found May 16, 2014 on Sportsnaut:
According to NBC Sports, the Cleveland Indians will promote right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer from Triple-A Columbus.  The 23 year-old is a former no.3 overall pick. In his AAA outing he pitched with a 2.15 ERA and 14 walks in 46 innings. In seven games he earned a 4-1 record with 44 strikeouts. This means good news for your fantasy teams. If at all possible, snag him. Photo: David Richard/USA TODAY Sports The post Cleveland Indians Promote Trevor Bauer appeared first on Sportsnaut.com.
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