By Mike Coutee
3. Kluber Does His Part
All-Star Corey Kluber took the mound for the Tribe where he pitched a great game but what was bad about it was he took the loss, thanks to no run support from his offense.
After Tuesday’s start, his record dropped to 7-3 of the season.
Kluber final line was pitching eight strong innings, giving up five hits and striking out 10. Coming off the disabled list on June 1st, Kluber is now 4-1 with a 1.24 ERA in 51 innings pitched.
With his start, this marks the fifth straight games he struck out 10 or more batters which set a new club record passing Bob Feller.
Also, Kluber is set to pitch again this Sunday night against the Detroit Tigers which will air on ESPN.
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