Cleveland Indians' quick hitters on Corey Kluber, Zach Plesac, Chris Antonetti and more

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Cleveland Indians' quick hitters on Corey Kluber, Zach Plesac, Chris Antonetti and more
Cleveland Indians' quick hitters on Corey Kluber, Zach Plesac, Chris Antonetti and more

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- If Corey Kluber pitches for the Indians again this season, it will mean things have gone well for manager Terry Francona's club. Kluber, the two-time Cy Young winner, is still rehabbing from a strained left oblique muscle. He was injured during his rehab assignment after after suffering a broken ulna bone in his right forearm after getting hit by a line drive on May 1. Chris Antonetti, Indians president of baseball operations, said whether or not Kluber pitches again this season depends on two things -- the Indians making the postseason and then making a run deep into October. “He could fit in,” said Antonetti. "I think how far it goes obviously has an impact on that. Obviously

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