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By Donald Lambro
The president writes off jobless Americans who have given up
Topic - Corey Kluber
The Colorado Rockies hoped to end a rough trip on a good note against the last-place Cleveland Indians.
Corey Kluber began the season as one of the question marks in Cleveland's rotation.
Corey Kluber had command of his pitches, worked the strike zone effectively and regularly got ahead in the count.
It wasn't facing his former team that brought out the worst in Ubaldo Jimenez. Unfortunately, it's pretty much been like that all season for the $50 million right-hander.
On a night most Toronto Blue Jays will want to forget, Steve Tolleson had a moment to remember.
An impressive offensive display by the Cleveland Indians overshadowed another solid start from Corey Kluber.
Three outs from their first three-game winning streak this season, the Cleveland Indians stumbled into a crushing loss.
One swing by Dayan Viciedo provided a dramatic turnaround for the Chicago White Sox.
As if the Cleveland Indians haven't had enough problems on this West Coast trip, All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis strained an abdominal muscle Tuesday night and left the game after grounding into a double play in his second at-bat.
Howie Kendrick doesn't care where he hits in the lineup, as long as he gets opportunities to drive in runs for the Angels.
Corey Kluber stayed stone-faced, maintaining the same stoic look in the clubhouse that he had for nine innings on the mound.
One by one, the Royals went to the plate and came back empty.
Corey Kluber's got a cloud hanging over him so far this season.
Corey Kluber was already struggling with his command when he was forced to take a nearly five-minute break for a replay challenge. The long delay sure didn't help his cause.
Cleveland's Corey Kluber had a strong final spring outing; Arizona's Wade Miley, not so good.
"It was nice," said Kluber, who couldn't remember the last time he pitched nine innings. "I really wasn't trying to make a bigger deal out of it than going out there and getting three more outs. Maybe that's why it worked out."
"It's pretty cool to be mentioned in the same sentence as Bob Feller," Kluber said. "It's a nice byproduct of having a good game. I wasn't keeping track. I just tried to stay in the flow of the game and keep it going."