Shane Bieber

#57 SP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 195 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Fans seven in loss

      Shane Bieber allowed seven runs across 4.2 innings Tuesday in a loss to the Yankees in Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Round. He allowed nine hits and two walks while striking out seven.Bieber had not allowed more than three earned runs in any start during the regular season. The 25-year-old threw 62 of his 105 pitches for strikes but the Yankees were successful in driving up his pitch count, resulting in his shortest start in 2020. The right-hander's next chance at taking the mound would be if the Cleveland Indians can advance to the AL Division Series.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Receives nod for Game 1

      Shane Bieber will start Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports.The 25-year-old last pitched Wednesday and lined up perfectly to pitch the playoff opener, and it's hardly a surprise Cleveland wants its ace on the mound. Bieber made 12 starts in 2020 and finished the season with a 1.63 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 122:21 K:BB over 77.1 innings and is the frontrunner for the American League Cy Young Award.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Strikes out 10 in duel

      Shane Bieber threw five scoreless innings Wednesday, allowing two hits while striking out 10 during the Cleveland Indians' 3-2 win over the White Sox. He also walked three while getting a no-decision.The White Sox tacked on an unearned run in the second and both of their runs for the game were unearned. Bieber finishes his regular season with a sparkling 1.63 ERA across 77.1 innings pitched. The Cy Young frontrunner boasts a 6.22 K/BB ratio and 12.44 strikeouts per nine innings.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Start moved to Wednesday

      Shane Bieber will have his start pushed to Wednesday against the White Sox, Ryan Lewis of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.The Cleveland Indians made an adjustment in their starting rotation to ensure that both Bieber and Zach Plesac will be rested for the start of the postseason. Bieber will enter his last start of the regular season with a 1.74 ERA and 0.86 WHIP across 72.1 frames.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Earns eighth win

      Shane Bieber (8-1) allowed three earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out 10 across 7.2 innings to earn the win Thursday against the Tigers.Bieber mowed down the Tigers' lineup, playing a key role in the team ending an eight-game losing streak. He held Detroit scoreless until his final pitch when he allowed a three-run home run. Despite the disappointing end, Bieber punched out at least 10 batters for the fifth time in his last seven starts. He has also maintained a stellar 1.74 ERA with a 112:18 K:BB across 72.1 frames for the season. He'll take his next turn through the rotation Tuesday against the White Sox.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Outdueled by Maeda

      Shane Bieber (7-1) allowed three runs on five hits (two home runs) and two walks while striking out eight across seven innings but was handed his first loss of the season Friday against the Twins.Bieber came into Friday's matchup with a 2-0 record and 1.20 ERA against the Twins this season but was not able to contain them as effectively his third time out. The right-hander allowed a two-run homer to Byron Buxton in the second before being taken yard by Ryan Jeffers in the seventh to give the Twins a 3-0 lead. Despite suffering his first loss of the season, Bieber still leads all of major league baseball with nine quality starts, 102 strikeouts and a 1.53 ERA as he has cemented himself as one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball. He'll line up to face the Tigers on the road Thursday.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Remains unbeaten

      Shane Bieber (7-0) picked up the win Sunday against the Brewers, allowing one run on five hits and a walk across five innings. He fanned 10.Bieber's pitch count was the lone thing working against him Sunday, as he was pulled after throwing 103 pitches through five innings. The right-hander continues to be a strikeout machine, as he punched out 10 Brewers to bring his season total to a league-high 94. The 25-year-old is the clear favorite to win the American League Cy Young Award at this point, as he also paces the league in wins (seven) and ERA (1.25). He will look to stay sharp when he takes the hill Friday in Minnesota.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Stellar start sees no reward

      Shane Bieber pitched six scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and four walks while striking out nine versus the Royals on Monday. He did not factor in the decision.Bieber was fantastic and Cleveland's offense scraped together a run in the seventh inning to put him in line for the win. James Karinchak dashed those hopes in the eighth, allowing a pair of runs as Cleveland went on to lose the contest. It's just the second time in eight starts Bieber hasn't gotten a win. The right-hander has a 1.20 ERA, 0.82 WHIP and 84 strikeouts across 52.2 innings this year, to go with a perfect 6-0 record. His next start lines up for Sunday versus the Brewers.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Keeps perfect record intact

      Shane Bieber (6-0) earned the win against Minnesota on Tuesday, tossing six innings and allowing two runs on four hits and three walks while striking out 10.Bieber entered the contest having held opponents scoreless in two straight outings, but that streak ended in the second frame when he yielded a pair of runs. However, the right-hander bounced back to keep the Twins off the board through the remainder of his six innings while racking up double-digit strikeouts for the fifth time in seven starts this season. He induced a healthy 19 swinging strikes in the contest while limiting the Twins to only one extra-base hit. Bieber has been the most dominant pitcher in baseball this season, registering a 1.35 ERA, 0.81 WHIP and 75:9 K:BB through 46.2 innings. He'll look to extend his early-season excellence when he heads to Kansas City to face the Royals on Monday.

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      Indians' Shane Bieber: Brilliant again in fifth win

      Biber (5-0) picked up the win in Thursday's 2-0 victory over the Pirates after allowing six hits over six scoreless innings. He struck out 11 without walking a batter.The right-hander remains on a Cy Young trajectory. Shane Bieber has fanned double-digit batters in four of his six starts this year -- joining Cleveland legends Bob Feller and Sam McDowell as the only pitchers in franchise history to begin a season with that kind of strikeout binge -- to fuel a jaw-dropping 65:6 K:BB through 40.2 innings, and his 1.11 ERA leads the American League. He'll next take the mound Tuesday, at home against the Twins.