CLEVELAND - He was dominant, again, as if nothing had changed since he last took the mound.
CLEVELAND — He was dominant, again, as if nothing had changed since he last took the mound.
Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg wasn't bad, either.
But it was the Indians' Corey Kluber who was the most commanding pitcher yesterday as he threw eight scoreless innings in Cleveland’s 2-0 victory over Washington in front of 21,845 at Progressive Field. Kluber improved to 5-4 in winning his second straight outing in which he lasted eight innings while allowing one run or less.
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