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Andrew Miller leaves game with tight hamstring

Morning News and Notes for Thursday, April 26, 2018

Chicago Cubs v Cleveland Indians Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images

Cleveland 4 - Chicago (NL) 1

Recaps: LGT |

The good news - the Indians beat the Cubs behind a dominating performance from Trevor Bauer and three solo homers. The bad news - Andrew Miller’s hamstring prevented him from staying in the game.

Other Indians News

Andrew Miller's latest injury is something he's dealt with before | - On the bright side, manager Terry Francona said this is an injury that Miller has dealt with before.

Cleveland Indians beat Chicago Cubs, 4-1, but Andrew Miller leaves with tight left hamstring | - Trevor Bauer pitched 6 2/3 innings and Brandon Guyer, Francisco Lindor and Edwin Encarnacion homered as the Indians beat the Cubs on Wednesday night.

Andrew Miller leaves game with tight hamstring - In the seventh inning of Cleveland's 4-1 victory over the Cubs, Miller exited his outing after only two pitches due to tightness in his left hamstring.

Indians 4, Cubs 1: 16 Walk-Off Thoughts on Tyler Olson pitching cold, Trevor Bauer getting closer to finding his slider, Brandon Guyer with a glimpse of what the Indians need and Andrew Miller’s hamstring - Notes from beat writer Ryan Lewis

Indians notebook: Josh Tomlin lacking needed precision; Danny Salazar’s timetable unknown - Tomlin has struggled with his command and has been torched through his first four outings this season.

Cleveland Indians make it official, sign Melky Cabrera to minor-league deal | - Francona said Cabrera, 33, will report to extended spring training at the Indians' facility in Goodyear, Ariz. for a period of 7-10 days before he is assigned to Class AAA Columbus.

Melky Cabrera brings switch-hit bat to lineup - On Wednesday, the Indians announced the signing of veteran outfielder Melky Cabrera to a Minor League contract that includes a $1 million base salary plus incentives.

Cleveland Indians pitchers are on historic pace - The Washington Post - Every Indians pitcher, collectively, has pitched like 1968 Tom Seaver, 2011 Clayton Kershaw or 1998 Greg Maddux.

9 famous baseball graves in Lake View Cemetery | - Pictures from a guided tour

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