Aaron Civale

#43 SP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Goes six scoreless against Yankees

    Aaron Civale (11-4) threw six shutout innings Saturday against the Yankees, allowing four hits and one walk while striking out four to earn the victory.Civale quickly put last Sunday's rocky outing in the rearview mirror, limiting New York to just one extra-base hit, a DJ LeMahieu double to lead off the game. Civale has now spun two quality starts in three outings since returning from the injured list in early September, although Saturday's performance marked his first win during that stretch. He lines up for a home start next week against the White Sox.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Hammered for seven runs

    Aaron Civale (10-4) allowed seven runs on seven hits and two walks over three innings Sunday, striking out three and taking a loss against the Brewers.A big chunk of the damage against Civale came via the long ball with Kolten Wong, Avisail Garcia and Manny Pina all knocking home runs off the Cleveland starter. He had allowed just six runs over his previous four starts combined and raised his season ERA to 3.76. The 26-year-old righty is 0-2 since returning from his lengthy stint on the injured list with a sprained finger. Civale is projected to face the Yankees on the road next weekend.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Takes loss in return

    Aaron Civale (10-3) was charged with the loss Tuesday against the Twins after allowing one run on three hits and a walk while striking out six over 4.2 innings.Civale was making his first major-league start since June 21 after a two-and-a-half month absence due to a sprained finger. The right-hander tossed 78 pitches, including 52 for strikes. His only blemish on the night came from an RBI single by Andrelton Simmons in the fifth inning. During his three rehab starts, the 26-year-old compiled a solid 0.79 ERA and 0.71 WHIP over 11.1 innings. He'll look to get stretched out further during his next projected start Sunday against Milwaukee.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Reinstated prior to start

    Aaron Civale (finger) was reinstated from the 60-day injured list ahead of Tuesday's start against Minnesota, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.Civale will make his first major-league appearance since June 21 after he missed two-and-a-half months due to a sprained finger. The right-hander recently made three rehab starts and posted a 0.79 ERA and 0.71 WHIP in 11.1 innings. He tossed 71 pitches across five innings in his most recent rehab appearance, so he should be able to handle a fairly significant workload Tuesday.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Expected back Tuesday

    Aaron Civale (finger) is expected to return Tuesday against the Twins, Paul Hoynes of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.A sprained finger has kept Civale out of action since late June. He's looked good in three rehab appearances, allowing just a single earned run on five hits and three walks across 11.1 innings while striking out 12 batters. He reached 71 pitches in his most recent outing, so he might not be able to push towards 100 pitches in his return, but Civale should still be able to handle a substantial workload.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Set to join big-league rotation

    Aaron Civale (finger) will make his next start in the big-league rotation, likely Monday against the Twins, Paul Hoynes of Cleveland.com reports.He came out of his last rehab start Wednesday very well after throwing 71 pitches, so Civale shouldn't face notable restrictions in his long-awaited return to Cleveland's rotation. While he lines up to start Monday, that hasn't been confirmed, but even if he started Tuesday, he could still have a two-start week, with the latter coming next weekend at home against the Brewers. Civale has a 0.79 ERA, 0.71 WHIP and 12 strikeouts in 11.1 innings through three rehab starts.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Third rehab start on tap

    Aaron Civale (finger) is scheduled to make his third rehab start at Double-A Akron on Wednesday.Civale has looked sharp in both of his first two rehab outings and most recently pitched for High-A Lake County last Friday, when he struck out four over 4.1 shutout innings. After building up his pitch count to 58 in that outing, Civale should get stretched out to the 65-to-75-pitch range Wednesday in what will most likely mark his final rehab start. Civale has been on Cleveland's injured list since late June with a sprained right middle finger, with the injury disrupting what had been a solid campaign for the 26-year-old. Over 97.2 innings with the big club, Civale posted a 10-2 record, 3.32 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 76:23 K:BB.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Shifts rehab to Double-A

    Aaron Civale (finger) will start for Double-A Akron on Sunday.Civale has worked through a throwing program for the last two weeks and pitched a sim game with High-A Lake County last week. The right-hander will likely need multiple starts as he works his way back from a finger sprain.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Sim game on tap

    Aaron Civale (finger) is scheduled to throw a two-inning simulated game Tuesday with High-A Lake County, Paul Hoynes of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.The right-hander has been throwing off a mound for the past few weeks and will advance to facing live hitters Tuesday. Assuming all goes well with Lake County, Civale could subsequently begin a rehab assignment, which is likely to last multiple starts, as he nears his return from a nearly two-month absence.

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    Indians' Aaron Civale: Working through throwing program

    Aaron Civale (finger) has been throwing off a mound for more than two weeks, Paul Hoynes of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.Civale is one of two rotation members currently residing on the 60-day injured list, with Shane Bieber (shoulder) joining him. At this stage, Civale remains further along in his rehab than Bieber, who advanced to throwing off flat ground from 90 feet Friday. Civale could soon be ready to face hitters in live batting practice before heading out on a minor-league rehab assignment, but regardless of how he progresses in his throwing program, he won't be eligible to return from the IL for at least another two weeks. Civale's open-ended return timeline could make it difficult for fantasy managers to justify stashing him in leagues with limited IL or reserve spots.

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