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- Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer walked the first four Rays batters on Saturday, forcing in a run. That was all Tampa Bay needed as Cleveland didn’t score a run the whole game.
- Jacoby Ellsbury led off the game Saturday with a double. The next Red Sox hit came with two outs in the ninth inning.
- Marlins starting pitching ERA is 2.48. Their relievers’ ERA is 8.10.
- Nationals pitchers allowed just one run in the entire series against the Marlins. Naturally, they gave up six homers and 15 runs in the next game against the Reds.
- There were three shutouts on Sunday, but the losing pitchers in those games were Justin Verlander, David Price and R.A. Dickey.
- Dickey allowed 5 first inning runs on Sunday against the Red Sox. That number matched his total runs allowed from all 33 first innings he pitched in 2012.
- Hanley Ramirez was injured in the WBC championship game. His replacement for the Dodgers, Luis Cruz, is 0 for 17.
- Rockies are hitting an amazing .333 as a team while their pi...
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Trevor Bauer’s Indians debut could’ve been worse. It sure could’ve been better. But all things considered, it could’ve been much worse.
Bauer battled through five innings, giving up three runs on two hits and seven walks. It wasn’t pretty, but Bauer worked himself out of some (self inflicted) jams and gave the Tribe a chance to stay in the game. Bauer began his evening...
So far, Trevor Bauer's adjustment to life in pro ball from UCLA is off to a much worse start than Keifer Sutherland's television career after 24. Have you seen Touch? Yeah, neither has anyone else. Making his Cleveland Indians debut after the Diamondbacks jettisoned Bauer (Trevor) for cents on the dollar, the 22-year-old pitcher turned in a performance that led me to believe...
The move was not performance based, but it seems Trevor Bauer could use some additional time at Triple-A before making the permanent jump to the big leagues. Bauer was scheduled to be optioned back to the minors when Chris Carrasco returned from suspension. That is happening this week, so Bauer was sent down.
Trevor Bauer was optioned to AAA Columbus after last night'...
You may have heard of Indians’ pitching prospect Trevor Bauer when he was drafted out of UCLA because of his excellent fastball and unorthodox mechanics. You may also have heard of him when he debuted for the Diamondbacks last season as a heralded draft pick who some thought to be the next Tim Lincecum. Or maybe he crossed your radar when he went 1-2 with a 6.06 ERA and was subsequently...
Trevor Bauer's first career major league start with the Indians will forever be remembered as him being the first pitcher to walk the first four batters of a game since John Danks of the White Sox in 2009 and the first Indian since Bartolo Colon. However, Bauer's start was confirmation of everything we have heard about him: has a high ceiling, unpolished, raw,...
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Oh boy. Maybe it was destiny. “Terry Francona candidly admits he is directionally challenged. He proved that before the Cleveland Indians home opener Monday. Francona lives...
Saturday night’s Indians game was a rough go-around: A 6-0 final deficit, Trevor Bauer walking the first four batters, the crash at the plate with Lou Marson and Bauer eventually hitting in the game.
But what reportedly irked Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon the most post-game was how he believed Cody Allen intentionally hit Rays star Evan Longoria in the seventh. The pitch clearly...
Player of the Game: Alex Cobb (7 1/3 innings 0 ER 4 Hits 3 BB 6 SO)
For the second consecutive night, the Indians were blanked by Rays starting pitching as they fell to their third loss in a row on Saturday, 6-0. Tribe starter Trevor Bauer while making it through five innings, showed fans and the organization that he needs more minor league seasoning, as he compiled seven...
Cleveland Indians catcher Lou Marson has a cervical-neck strain, the result of a home-plate collision.
Marson left in the fourth, one inning after Tampa Bay's Desmond Jennings collided with him in Saturday night's game.
Jennings tried to score from third on Matt Joyce's grounder, but Marson held on to third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall's throw for the out.
Some news, notes and thoughts from my Indians notebook…
The Indians have now played five games and each pitcher in their starting rotation has made their first start of the season.
Not that a lot was going to be taken from one turn through the rotation, but through five games the rotation has been as advertised as a volatile unit that is a complete wildcard for...
Roster Update: Prior to today's game, last night's starter, Trevor Bauer was sent back down to AAA Columbus. He was not going to pitch another game this time around for the Indians, so sending him down now limits his days on the active roster to one, keeping him under Indians control for a longer time. In related news, Carlos Carrasco's suspension ended last night after...
Joe and Mike recorded another episode of Burning River Radio for your listening pleasure:
On this episode they discuss the Indians first week of baseball, including Ubaldo Jimenez's first start, Mark Reynolds power streak and Trevor Bauer's Indians debut. There is also an in depth discussion on the difference a manager can make in the game and how to quantify it...
We’ve waited a long time for the much anticipated 2013 Cleveland Indians season to begin. The complete makeover of the team, a culture change if you will, has been universally lauded across our fair city. It starts with manager Terry Francona. I think it was a good thing that the Indians started on a tough six-game road trip to AL East beasts Toronto and Tampa Bay. Because of...