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2017 Schedule
69-55, 1st in AL Cent
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Former GM Klein dies at 75 after heart surgery

After serving as general manager of the Rangers, Indians and Tigers, Joe Klein spent two decades as executive director of the independent Atlantic League. He died Wednesday at 75 after complications from heart surgery.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Cy watch is on in Cleveland: Corey Kluber (2.67 ERA, 2.57 FIP, 0.92 WHIP, 12.2 K/9, 145 IP) tonight; Chris Sale (2.62 ERA, 2.04 FIP, 0.89 WHIP, 12.8 K/9, 175.1 IP) tomorrow.

Fister tosses one-hitter in Boston victory (1:06)
Nunez caps off 5-RBI night with 3-run homer (0:24)

Fister fires 1-hitter as Red Sox romp Indians 9-1

Doug Fister gave up a leadoff homer in the first inning to Francisco Lindor and then nothing else, finishing with a career-best one-hitter, and Eduardo Nunez had five RBIs as the Boston Red Sox rolled to a 9-1 win over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 9, Indians 1: Doug Fister threw a complete-game one-hitter in his best start as a member of the Red Sox. Fister gave up a leadoff homer, then didn't allow a hit to the next 28 batters. It was his eighth career complete game and the first in which he allowed one hit. Eduardo Nunez, another midseason pick-up, hit his fifth homer in 100 plate appearances with the Red Sox after going deep four times in 318 plate appearances with the Giants.

Bradley takes Carrasco deep (0:25)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Tough day on the injury front, as two of the top 30 starting pitchers of the past month, Danny Salazar (No. 29 on the Player Rater) and Alex Wood (No. 25), the No. 16 overall player during that same time frame, Joey Gallo, and the No. 30 player for the season, Cody Bellinger, all landed in the DL. Of those, Salazar's is of greatest concern, as it's his third DL stint in the past 13 months and second for an elbow issue. I can't say I'd plan on him contributing to fantasy teams the rest of the way.

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Umpire treated for concussion-like symptoms

Veteran umpire Hunter Wendelstedt will miss at least two games while being treated for concussion-like symptoms after being hit flush on his mask by Boston reliever Joe Kelly on Monday.

Miller leaves after quick appearance (0:19)
Indians take series opener in walk-off fashion (0:58)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Miller: "I wasn't doing us any favors" by staying in the game. Said he felt fine until the pitch that walked Mookie Betts. Felt same thing on first pitch to Andrew Benintendi. "I hope it's not something that holds me back," said Miller, who will be reevaluated Tuesday. "Hopefully it's just a blip in the whole scheme of things."

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Indians 'back to drawing board' on Miller's knee

Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller was pulled from Monday's game after aggravating the right knee injury that landed him on the disabled list for two weeks.

Indians walk off on Red Sox error (0:34)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Indians 5, Red Sox 4: Brandon Guyer scored from second base on a bunt, and the Indians walked off the Red Sox in the opener of a four-game series. Boston coughed up a one-run lead in the eighth inning when Cleveland rallied to tie the game. Guyer opened the ninth with a double. Roberto Perez dropped down a bunt that was fielded by first baseman Brock Holt, who hesitated before throwing wide of third base, enabling Guyer to score.

Ramirez smacks two-run dinger to left (0:24)
Umpire gets hit in mask on warmup pitch (0:26)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Miller left the game with reaggravated patella tendinitis in his right knee; Carlos Santana exited with lower back tightness. Both updates provided by Indians.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Seven pitches into the seventh inning, Andrew Miller is finished. Leaving the game with an apparent injury after brief meeting with Indians manager Terry Francona and a trainer. Miller waited for a while before the inning began while umpire Alan Porter suited up to take over behind the plate, then walked Mookie Betts before going to a 1-0 count on Andrew Benintendi. No clear indication of nature of injury.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Home-plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt is leaving the game one batter after taking a Joe Kelly warmup pitch deflected off catcher Christian Vazquez's glove and hit him in the head. Wendelstedt stayed in the game initially. Being replaced by second-base ump Alan Porter to begin the top of the seventh.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25713th
On Base Percentage.3339th
Slugging Percentage.43413th
Earned Run Average3.653rd
Quality Starts62Tied-8th

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