|Bats / Throws||Right / Right|
|Date of Birth||1/17/1991|
|Height, Weight||6'1", 200 lbs|
|From||North Hollywood, CA|
|Drafted||2011 - Rd 1 (3rd Overall) by ARZ|
|Fantasy Own %||80.1|
|1||Indians fan spotted playing online board game at ballpark during Game 5|
|2||Cleveland Indians can't close: ALDS edition|
|3||Yankees troll Indians on social media for blowing 2-0 series lead|
|4||Twitter reacts to Indians choking away ALDS|
|5||Aaron Judge sets MLB postseason series record for strikeouts|
Trevor Bauer fell to 1-1, allowing four runs - zero earned - on four hits and two walks in 1.2 innings, as the Cleveland Indians lost to the New York Yankees 7-3 on Monday. Bauer struck out three, ending the game with a 0.00 ERA and 1.08 WHIP on the season.
Bauer struggled on three days' rest and was chased in the second inning. But it was on the wet Yankee Stadium field where the Indians really flopped, committing a season-high four errors that marked a franchise record for a postseason game and led to six unearned runs.
Bauer will start Game 4 of the ALDS against the Yankees on Monday, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports.
Bauer will get the chance to close out the Bronx Bombers after they staved off elimination with a 1-0 win in Game 3 on Sunday. The 26-year-old will look to continue his success from Game 1 in Cleveland, when he twirled 6.2 innings of scoreless ball while striking out eight and giving up just two hits. He'll toe the bump opposite the Yankees' Luis Severino.
Trevor Bauer improved to 1-0, allowing two hits and one walk over 6.2 scoreless innings, as the Cleveland Indians defeated the New York Yankees 4-0 on Thursday. Bauer struck out eight, ending the game with a 0.00 ERA and 0.45 WHIP on the season.
Bauer was Francona's surprise pick to start Game 1 over ace Corey Kluber, and the eccentric right-hander, perhaps best known for slicing a pinkie open while repairing a drone during last year's postseason, delivered a performance that started October just right for the Indians. He took a no-hitter into the sixth.
Bauer will start Game 1 of the ALDS against either the Yankees or Twins.
Bauer will get the start after putting together a strong second half, compiling a healthy 3.01 ERA and 93 strikeouts in 83.2 innings since the All-Star break. By giving Bauer the ball in Game 1, the Indians strategically line up their ace, Corey Kluber, to pitch Game 2 -- and a potential Game 5 -- on normal rest.
Bauer struck out seven and allowed just one run on four hits in six innings en route to a victory over the White Sox on Friday.
The only blemish on an otherwise solid day was a fourth-inning home run off the bat of infielder Yolmer Sanchez. Bauer still displayed some control issues, as just 49 of his 80 offerings went for strikes, but it's promising to see that he managed to avoid walking anyone even when he worked into unfavorable counts. The 26-year-old will now set his sights on the postseason after producing a 4.19 ERA, a 10.0 K/9 and a 17-9 record during the regular season.