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Starters Continue to Whiff Opposing Hitters

This season has been a historic one for Indians starting pitchers. Through Thursday, Corey Kluber (230) Carlos Carrasco (196) Danny Salazar (186) and Trevor Bauer (167) have combined for the most strikeouts of any four starting pitchers in MLB.

Carrasco starts Friday against the Royals. There is a very good possibility that it could be the first time in Indians history that two pitchers on the same Indian’s staff record 200 or more strikeouts. Recent Cy Young Award winners Cliff Lee and C.C. Sabathia never did that.

Salazar starts Sunday. He’d need 14 punch outs to become the third pitcher on the team hit the strikeout century mark.

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Eddy Jansen, sports aficionado from the very beginning, has covered Cleveland area MLB, NFL and NBA events for the past 5 years. He served as play by play announcer for the Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets and Case Western Reserve Spartans, and was the host of "Sports Pulse" on 88.3 FM the Sting.

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