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Corey Kluber suffers broken arm in Indians loss

News and notes for Thursday, May 2, 2019

MLB: Cleveland Indians at Miami Marlins Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s Baseball

Cleveland 2 - Miami 4

Corey Kluber suffered a broken forearm on a line drive to the mound and the Indians offense remained in hiding.

Today’s Baseball

Who cares? Kluber’s arm is broken.

Other Indians News

Here's the impact of Kluber's injury - Things in the AL are changing.

How will the Cleveland Indians plug the holes in their vaunted starting rotation? - - The best rotation in baseball lost its ace on Wednesday night when Corey Kluber suffered a non-displaced fracture of the ulna bone in his right arm. He was hit flush by a 102-mph line drive off the bat of Brian Anderson in the fifth inning at Marlins Park.

Corey Kluber has right forearm fracture, Cleveland Indians say further tests coming Thursday - - Kluber was X-rayed at Marlins Park and initial results revealed the fracture, manager Terry Francona said.

Wittgren bolsters Indians bullpen - Since being recalled on April 9, Wittgren has made the most of the opportunity. Entering Wednesday, five of his eight outings have been at least 1 1/3 innings. He has inherited six runners and allowed none of them to score.

Mike Napoli brings the party back to the Cleveland Indians’ clubhouse in Miami - - The Party at Napoli’s returned to the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, and could soon be heading to a horse racing track near you.

A look back at 'Bad Boys, Bad Times: The Cleveland Indians and Baseball in the Prewar Years' | - The era Longert focuses on was a time when baseball attendance was skyrocketing. The Indians had just signed teen phenom pitcher Bob Feller in 1936 and fans were upbeat.

Jim Ingraham: Terry Francona's worst Indians team? You might be looking at it - Chronicle-Telegram - The 2019 Indians might be Terry Francona’s worst team since becoming manager in 2013.

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