Here’s to more good than bad this week!
Tigers 7, Indians 4
Sunday’s defeat capped a disappointing series for the Tribe. On to the next one! With the loss, the Indians fall to 17-11 on the season.
The right-hander went just 3 1⁄3 on Sunday, giving up 4 runs on 7 hits.
From Joe Noga:
The kid’s going to stick around for a minute.
Cleveland Indians rookie right-hander Triston McKenzie has earned another start after his dazzling major league debut on Saturday against Detroit. What that means for the futures of Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac, relegated to the club’s alternate training site in Eastlake, remains to be determined.
Indians president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti told reporters via Zoom on Sunday that McKenzie will remain with the big league club and make at least one more start rather than return to Classic Park in Lake County to train.
Looks right to me!
Around the League
- No additional positive COVID tests for Mets
- Jose Abreu ties record with HRs in 4 straight ABs
- Mike Trout rookie card tops Honus Wagner as highest-priced trading card ever
The new Jumpman . . .