CLEVELAND Teams

Kluber strikes out 11, picks up 20th win (1:01)
Rosales rips his first homer of the season (0:36)
Guyer's solo homer give Indians lead (0:17)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Cheryl Bosa, the mother of Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa, tells me Nick is in Philadelphia for rehab after undergoing core muscle surgery last week. Cheryl Bosa said Nick will return to Philadelphia in November to be re-evaluated. "It would be then that we'll assess his readiness," she said. Cheryl said her son wants to return for Ohio State this season but that they'll discuss his situation (NFL) as a family before making a decision. He's expected to fully recovery from the injury and is working with well-known core muscle specialist Dr. William Meyers of the Vincera Institute. "He's with the best doctor in the world for the injury that he sustained," Cheryl Bosa said.

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield: "I didn't come here just to win one game, and I didn't come here just to start the next."

Mayfield: 'I didn't come here just to win one game' (0:49)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield on being the 30th starter at quarterback for the Browns since 1999: "It's 2018. I really don't care."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson stating that the move to Mayfield is not for one game: "He's the starting quarterback of this football team. We know it's a long season, all kind of things can happen. Baker Mayfield is the starting quarterback of this team."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson makes the expected official: Baker Mayfield will start for the Browns Sunday in Oakland. Of Mayfield's performance in Thursday's win over the Jets, Jackson said: "He nailed it."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Who has accomplished the most this season? For the second week in a row, LSU leads the nation in Strength of Record.

Allen illustrates his walk-off hit and playoff expectations (1:05)