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Indians' Danny Salazar: Not ruled out for World Series
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Salazar (forearm) will throw simulated games over the weekend and has not been ruled out as a rotation option for the World Series, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.

This is huge news, as the Indians rotation has been decimated recently due to injuries, so getting Salazar back into the fold would be a big help for the AL champs. Naturally, nothing is certain yet, but it seems like the right-hander has turned a corner in his rehab and is close to contributing to the Indians' title push.

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Indians' Trevor Bauer: Says he'll be ready for World Series
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bauer (hand) said he'll be ready to pitch at full capacity in the World Series, Zack Meisel of Cleveland.com reports.

Bauer was forced to leave his start in Game 3 of the ALCS only four batters into the game after the wound on his finger reopened. The right-hander seems confident that the issue is behind him though, so as long as no complications arise, it appears that he'll be good to go to face the winner of the Cubs-Dodgers series.

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Indians' Corey Kluber: Will start Game 4
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Kluber will now start Game 4 of the ALCS on Tuesday, Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports reports.

Kluber was originally scheduled to start Game 5, but manager Terry Francona had hinted that could change if Trevor Bauer ran into trouble Monday. That indeed was the case, as Bauer only lasted four batters after aggravating a preexisting laceration on his throwing hand. Kluber will now pitch Tuesday on short rest for the first time in his career.

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Indians' Trevor Bauer: Forced out early Monday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Bauer was forced out of Monday's Game 3 after aggravating a preexisting laceration on his throwing hand, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports.

Bauer's start was originally pushed back to Game 3 after he cut his pinkie finger in a non-baseball-related activity. The Indians were unable to stop the blood flow from Bauer's hand, and he was ultimately forced to exit the game. He retired two batters and walked two batters before being replaced by Dan Otero.

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Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Expects to throw in six weeks
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carrasco (hand) shed his cast Monday and expects to begin throwing in about six weeks, Anthony Castrovince of MLB reports.

Carrasco is definitely out for the rest of the postseason no matter how far the Indians go, but this timetable should have the right-hander easily back in time for the start of spring training.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGJose Ramirez , 3B.312
HRMike Napoli , 1B34
RBIMike Napoli , 1B101
OBPCarlos Santana , DH.366
SLGCarlos Santana , DH.498
RFrancisco Lindor , SS99
SBRajai Davis , CF43
WCorey Kluber , SP18
ERACorey Kluber , SP3.14
WHIPCorey Kluber , SP1.06
KCorey Kluber , SP227
SVCody Allen , RP32

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