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Kluber named AL Pitcher of the Month

After winning his last five starts, Corey Kluber has been named the American League Pitcher of the Month for September. Kluber went 5-1 with a 2.09 ERA and led the majors with 56 strikeouts in the month. It is the second straight September that an Indians pitcher got the award after Ubaldo Jimenez won it last year. Also included in the month were back-to-back 14-strikeout games against...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Making a Case Against Kluber for the Cy Young Award

Now before Cleveland Indians’ fans and supporters of Corey Kluber jump down my throat and tell me that I must be crazy for the title of this post, hear me out. It does not have anything to do with me not wanting Kluber to be given the honor nor does it have anything to do with the Indians’ history of trading away young star Cy Young winners, I assure you that. Anyone can throw...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #160: Rays 0, Indians 1

Entering the season, it was – if not a consensus – at least a widely-shared belief that Corey Kluber was better than his merely-average 3.85 ERA of 2014. If one had factored in the fact that the Adam Miller injury sidelined him for August and laid low the quality of his September play, one might have asserted that even his solid-#2 xFIP of 3.10 belied his true talent level...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
3 days ago  |  Discuss

#CyKluber: Indians players show support for their teammate via Twitter

Corey Kluber has made an extremely convincing case for this year's American League Cy Young Award and his stellar performance Friday night was the perfect way to end his amazing season. The right-hander, who allowed five hits with two walks and 11 strikeouts in his season finale, finishes the year at 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA and 269 strikeouts. During Friday night's Indians...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
3 days ago  |  Discuss

9/26 Recap: Kluber Campaigns for Cy Young Votes

Player of the Game Corey Kluber couldn’t have done much more in his campaign for the 2014 American League Cy Young award than he did tonight. Kluber went eight shut out innings and struck out ten, his 11th game with double digit K’s this season. He did allow five hits, but only one went for extra bases, a Kevin Kiermaier triple. He finished the season with 235.2 innings, 269...
Via Burning River Baseball
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Kluber Tosses Award-Worthy Performance; Indians 1, Rays 0

If the goal was to make his final impression a lasting one, Corey Kluber did a pretty fine job. Kluber, making a late charge to win the American League Cy Young Award, pitched a shutout for eight innings and scattered five hits in defeating the Tampa Bay Rays, 1-0 Friday evening. The Indians’ best pitcher—and possibly the American League’s best—only needed a solo home run...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Kluber’s 14 Whiffs Tosses Tribe into Final Week Race; Indians 7, Twins 2

Did the Tribe Win Last Night? Yes! After falling behind 1-0 in the bottom of the second inning on a Chad Herrmann RBI-double, Corey Kluber settled down to carve up the Minnesota Twins, giving the Indians a 7-2 victory. Kluber’s amazing season continues to climb its way into the Indians’ record books. The Indians benefitted from Minnesota’s defensive miscues and a balk for a...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
9 days ago  |  Discuss

9/21 Recap: Kluber KKKKKKKKKKKKKK’s Twinkies

Player of the Game With no surprise, Corey Kluber wins his team-leading (tied with Brantley) 17th Player of the Game of the season. Though he was not overly dominate this afternoon, giving up 7 hits and 2 earned runs, the Twin bats were no match for Kluber. He pitched 8 innings and walked only one. Kluber recorded 14 strike outs for the second start in a row. Feathers Up Four consecutive...
Via Burning River Baseball
9 days ago  |  Discuss

9/16 Recap: Kluber Sets New High & Moves Higher in the Record Books

Player of the Game While it wasn’t his best start of the season, tonight was the night that Corey Kluber struck out the most batters, impressive considering his already imposing K totals (more later). In addition to a career high 14 strike outs, Kluber threw seven innings and allowed just a single earned run, scored in the first inning. With the Indians almost assuredly out of...
Via Burning River Baseball
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Corey Kluber win the AL Cy Young?

Having the luxury of watching Corey Kluber pitch on a weekly basis has been one of the few fortunate occurrences of the 2014 MLB season. Kluber has endeared himself to Cleveland on the mound (where he’s been nearly unhittable) and off of it where he spearheads memes about teammates (Scott Atchison is so old…). And while Kluber has shown Cy Young qualities throughout the season...
Via Waiting For Next Year
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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