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Looking Back: Kluber K’s 18 in Combined One-Hit Masterpiece

In his defense of the American League Cy Young Award, Corey Kluber looked a shell of his former self to begin the 2015 season. It certainly was not entirely his fault. Through his first seven games, the Indians had been held winless and he took the loss in five games. While his 5.04 ERA in that stretch gave him a deserving chunk of the blame, the 18 runs of offense provided by his...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Best secondary pitches in MLB

After every baseball season, when award voting season is in full swing, there is always a debate about how to best value pitcher's’ performance.  Over time, these evaluations have evolved from simple W-L records, to ERA and strikeout numbers, and most recently to Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP) and Wins Above Replacement (WAR). A pitcher's unique position forces them to...
Via The Sports Quotient
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Not in Cy Young Conversation This Year, Kluber Still Remains a True Ace

Back-to-back Cy Young seasons and the pitchers who successfully earn them do not simply fall off trees. The Clayton Kershaws and Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez‘s and Randy Johnson‘s of the world are few and far between. To win one such trophy is a feat in and of itself. In 2014, Cleveland’s Corey Kluber had one of those great seasons joining the great names before him to...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
October 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Grantland’s Jonah Keri votes Lindor for AL ROY; Kluber fifth in Cy Young

The Cleveland Indians won’t be hoisting any hardware as a team this fall, but there’s still a chance that they bring home some individual awards. AL Rookie of the Year contender Francisco Lindor represents the best chance, and Grantland’s Jonah Keri gave the shortstop some kudos in his season-ending awards writeup: In what will go down as The Year of the Rookie, this was another...
Via Waiting For Next Year
October 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Kluber Concludes Strong as Tribe Shuts Out Sox; Indians 2, Red Sox 0

Corey Kluber gave the Indians eight dominant innings on the mound in his final start of the year and he was supported by a pair of homers as the Cleveland Indians shut out the Boston Red Sox, 2-0, on a rainy and chilly Saturday night. The Indians climbed back to the .500 mark again with the win, aided by eight strong innings on the mound from Kluber. He allowed three hits and walked...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
October 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Time Ticking Away as Twins Clean Kluber’s Clock; Twins 4, Indians 2

Each game has become the most important game in the Cleveland Indians’ season. Each loss puts the team closer to a 161-game schedule. Minnesota used a three-run first inning against Cleveland’s Corey Kluber to support spot starter Tommy Milone and the Twins held on for a 4-2 win. The loss knocked the Indians (77-78) five games back in the American League Wild Card second spot...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
September 29, 2015  |  Discuss

What happened to the Indians this season?

The Cleveland Indians were a popular pick to make the playoffs this season. Yours truly felt that Cleveland would coast to the AL Central title following an 85-win 2014. But things obviously haven’t gone according to plans. Through 113 games, the Tribe are 53-60, a whopping 14.5 games behind the Royals in the AL Central. Something went wrong with this team this season, and a...
Via The Outside Corner
August 14, 2015  |  Discuss

2007 Cleveland Indians: Where are they now?

If you were a Cleveland Indians fan in the mid-2000’s, then you remember 2007. The excitement. The thrill. The heartbreak. It was a wild and magical ride at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario, but they weren’t able to reach the ultimate goal. After winning the American League Central division crown by eight games with a record of 96-66, the Indians defeated the New York Yankees...
May 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Corey Kluber pitched the greatest eight-inning game in MLB history

Corey Kluber may have been searching for his first win of the season, but the reigning Cy Young winner certainly made his first one count. In striking out 18 batters in just eight innings of work. Kluber managed to not only tie Bob Feller’s longstanding record, but he lofted his name into the mix with some of the best to ever play the game. According to NumberFire, Kluber’s one...
Via Waiting For Next Year
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Corey Kluber rides the high strike into history

Corey Kluber just regressed very quickly. After a high-profile winless start to his post-Cy Young-winning campaign that had many wondering what was wrong with him, the Cleveland right-hander struck out 18 Cardinals yesterday over eight innings, allowing only one hit and no walks along the way. In reality, there was nothing wrong with Kluber; his […]
Via Fangraphs
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

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