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"Cleveland Indians starter Trevor Bauer says he has no concerns about a stitched up pinkie or the Chicago Cubs as the righthander prepares to take to the hill for Game Two of the World Series on Wednesday. Bauer, whose work in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) was cut short when he was attacked", sports.yahoo.com
"Read 'Bauer takes mound hoping to give Indians a 2-0 lead on Cubs' on Yahoo Sports Canada. There is no bleeding to stop for Trevor Bauer. The Indians lead the Chicago Cubs 1-0 in the World Series after Cleveland took a 6-0 victory in Game 1 Tuesday at Progressive Field, and Bauer just aims to hold serve in Game 2 on Wednesday. Rain might be another story, as Bauer takes the lead leg of the Indians' playoffs-long race to hand the ball to a dominant bullpen.", ca.sports.yahoo.com
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"CLEVELAND (AP) — A drone dropped into the AL Championship Series before the first pitch was even thrown. Indians starter Trevor Bauer cut open his right pinkie while fixing one of the hovering objects he likes to build and fly. Bauer won't start Game 2 of the AL Championship Series against Toronto, again diverting the Indians' pitching plans for the playoffs. Cleveland manager Terry Francona, who has had to juggle his rotation for weeks because of injuries, managed to keep a sense of humor about the latest — and by far the strangest — setback. Bauer, a quirky right-hander who pitched Game 1 of the ALDS against Boston, needed several stitches to close the cut on top of his right pinkie after he was sliced while repairing a propeller. Francona said Dr. Thomas Graham, one of the country's top hand specialists, told him Bauer should be able to pitch in Game 3 when the best-of-seven series resumes at Rogers Centre. Bauer's penchant for drones is", www.timesunion.com
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