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Kluber reaches milestone in loss

Corey Kluber became the ninth pitcher in Indians history to record 200 strikeouts in a season. However he also allowed three or more runs for the first time in seven starts as the Tribe lost the series finale on Thursday at Minnesota 4-1. "I was a little off and not quite able to reel it in and find it," Kluber told reporters after the game. "I did a good job of battling...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
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Twins 4, Indians 1: Bats go silent as sweep chance goes by the board

This is what is so frustrating about our Indians. Here they are, winners of seven of nine, going for a sweep of the Minnesota Twins with their ace Corey Kluber on the mound and the offense can’t even muster a single scoring chance outside of a solo blast from Zach Walters. Despite the 4-1 loss at Target Field, the Tribe still won another series and that is what is important right...
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Offense Falls Flat in Series Finale; Twins 4, Indians 1

Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber entered Thursday afternoon’s game against the Twins having not allowed more than two earned runs since the All-Star break. He had not lost a game since June 30. All of that changed at Minnesota’s Target Field as the Twins got to Kluber for three earned runs in seven innings. Combined with a Tribe offense that struggled to do much against Twins...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
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8/21 Recap: Kluber’s Bad Day Made Worse By Lack of Offense

Player of the Game Zach Walters wasn’t expected to produce much this season after coming from the Nationals in exchange for Asdrubal Cabrera, but he has impressed early on. He hit his fourth home run as an Indian today (out of seven total hits), a solo shot that tied the game in the fifth. He hit just two home runs in his first 67 games with the Nationals this year, but has added...
Via Burning River Baseball
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Video: Corey Kluber auditions for ‘True Detective’

Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber has been seemingly unhittable since the All-Star break. The team's ace has posted a 0.76 ERA since the Midsummer Classic. But he also possesses another hidden talent that many fans and analysts alike may not know about—acting. Kluber is known for his stoic, all-business demeanor when on the mound, which has drawn comparisons to Rust...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Corey Kluber has been dominant for the Cleveland Indians

Corey Kluber has been an elite pitcher since the All-Star break, and has fanned at least 10 batters in four of his last six starts. The Cleveland Indians are a team that has been fighting for their playoff lives for the past couple of weeks. Just when the team looks like they have waved the white flag, they find a way to string together a collection of victories. A main reason for...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #121: Orioles 1, Indians 2

As one might glean from every past Second Thoughts that this author has written for the past several months, Michael Brantleyis the only player even comparable to Kluber in terms of overall production, and only if one ignore the respective players' year-to-date WAR totals (Kluber's 5.7 after Friday's game versus Brantley's 4.8) and willingly dive into the position...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kluber dominant but Indians need 11 innings to beat Orioles

CLEVELAND -- With Corey Kluber on the mound, the Indians feel like if they score one run it is enough to get them a win. That wasn't the case though on Friday. They needed two. Kluber was strong for 7 2/3 innings against Baltimore but the Orioles tied it in the eighth with three straight singles. The Indians though were able to win it in the 11th on the first walk-off homer of...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kluber, Brantley Have Followed Similar Paths to Success

From obscurity to elite, Cleveland Indians stars Michael Brantley and Corey Kluber have ridden very similar paths to the amazing seasons they have enjoyed this summer. It is almost eerie how similar the Tribe’s offensive leader and pitching ace have gotten to this point in their careers. It starts with neither player being particularly bally-hooed from Day 1. Brantley was a 2005...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kluber being Kluber: Tribe starter dominates again, continuing incredible run

CLEVELAND -- Unless he threw a complete-game two hitter, it was going to be hard for Corey Kluber to duplicate what he did in his last start. But even on a night when he wasn't as sharp, he was still extremely effective. The right-hander allowed only one run in 7 1/3 innings as the Indians extended their win streak to four, beating Cincinnati 7-1 at Progressive Field on Monday...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
16 days ago  |  Discuss
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