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Key members of Indians bullpen hurt; Closer Perez (shoulder), longman Hermann (ligament)

One of the Cleveland Indians strengths in 2012 was their bullpen.

They feel that it’ll stay that way in 2013, but there are a couple of key personnel that have come up hurt as Spring Training camp continues.

All-Star closer Chris Perez could miss a month due to a strained right throwing shoulder.

Long reliever Frank Hermann suffered a sprained ligament in his throwing elbow on Monday. It is not known how long he will be out of action.

Perez saved 39 games last season and Hermann has a career record of 4.26 ERA with 72 strikeouts.

 

Info & logo courtesy of Cleveland Indians & MLBpressbox.com

MLB’s best backend-bullpen combo is in Cleveland

 

The Cleveland Indians are a young and exciting team.

But the backend of their bullpen has a couple of 27-year-old right-handers who given teams fits in the eighth and ninth innings.

Chris Perez (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Closer Chris Perez (0-1, 2.59 ERA, 24-of-25 save opportunities) and setup man Vinnie Pestano (3-0, 1.85 ERA, 39 strikeouts in 35 innings) are putting together quite a reputation as the major leagues best late-inning duo.

Perez, who came over from the St. Louis Cardinals in a 2009 trade, is a 2-time All-Star, has a career record of 10-15, with an ERA of 3.06 and 92 saves.

Pestano is 4-2 in his MLB career with an ERA of 2.21 with 131 strikeouts.

Vinnie Pestano (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

 

Info compiled from MLB & Cleveland Indians news & statistics

 

Rangers put seven on AL team, Indians two; Reds have three selected for NL

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds was selected by the fans as the National League starter at first base. Teammates, rightfielder Jay Bruce and closer Aroldis Chapman were picked also.

The Cleveland Indians will be represented on the American League team by closer Chris Perez and shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera.

The Texas Rangers had seven players selected to the American League team.

Their best player, Josh Hamilton drew a record total of more than 11 million votes.

 

Info compiled from MLB, Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds & Cleveland Indians

Indians lose 16-inning, 5-hour marathon Opening Day game to Toronto

 

(courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

Thursday’s Opening Day game epitomized many things.

Toronto utility player Omar Vizquel, a former Cleveland Indians star, played in left field and at first base, two positions he rarely ever plays.

But after all, if Indians closer Chris Perez had closed out a 4-1 lead 2 1/2 hours earlier, there would never have been a 5-hour, 14-minute, 16-inning affair nor would Vizquel have played those two positions.

The Indians lost 7-4 to the Blue Jays which is now the longest game in Opening Day history in Major League Baseball.

With about 5,000 fans left in stands at Progressive Field, Toronto won the game in the 16th on a three-run homer by J.P. Arencibia.

The Tribe wasted a great pitching performance by improving right-hander, Justin Masterson, who was cruising along with a 4-1 lead in eight innings and 10 strikeouts.

 

 

Tomlin pitches strong but Indians get shutout by Cubs 2-0; good news on closer Perez

 

Josh Tomlin (photo by Robert Binder of Getty Images, courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The Cleveland Indians received a strong start from Josh Tomlin on Wednesday, allowing two runs and nine hits in 5.2 innings of pitching.

However, the Indians wasted his outing losing to the Chicago Cubs 2-0.

The Tribe only had five hits, two from Jason Kipsnis.

Good news on the Chris Perez progress. The Cleveland closer will be making his first appearance today (Thursday) against Colorado. He’s been out of action since February 23 when an injury to the left oblique muscle occured.

 

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Indians, Radio & TV news

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