Indians pitcher Corey Kluber left his start on Wednesday night against the Marlins in the fifth inning. The right-hander was forced to leave the game after he was drilled in the right arm with a line drive.
Cleveland lost the game 4-2 and found out afterwards that they had lost much more than just the game. Kluber suffered a non-displaced fracture in his right arm.
Avert your eyes Tribe fans.
Here's the play of Corey Kluber taking a line drive off of his forearm resulting in a non-displaced fracture. pic.twitter.com/5gvGV21kxC
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Losing Kluber is going to take a little wind out of the second place Indians sails. There’s no word on how much time he could miss, but you have to believe he’s not going to be ready to go for the next two or three starts at a minimum.
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