Corey Kluber has been one of the most popular Indians on the roster over a good part of the last decade, but now he will wear the uniform of the Texas Rangers, who acquired Kluber from the Tribe early Sunday afternoon.
Kluber will be remembered for coming up as a big regular season pitcher who at times was dominant, winning a pair of Cy Young awards for the Indians in 2014 and 2017. He was also a huge part of the Indians World Series run in 2016, but sadly will be remembered for his game seven outing against the Cubs in which he just didn’t have his best stuff in an eventual heart-breaking loss for the Indians.
His final season with the Indians saw him only start seven games, and it became more about his injury when he was hit in Miami in the hand by a line drive, and while he came close, he was never able to make it back to the mound for the Indians in a year in which they fell short of making the playoffs.
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