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Sport Indians' Mike Clevinger to undergo knee surgery

18:05  14 february  2020
18:05  14 february  2020 Source:   mlbtraderumors.com

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Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger , who went 13-4 with a 2.71 ERA in 21 starts last season, will have surgery on his left knee Friday for a partially torn meniscus.. Clevinger avoided arbitration this offseason after reaching a .1 million deal with the Indians . The right-hander went 13-4 with a 2.71

According to team president Chris Antonetti, Cleveland Indians ' starting pitcher Mike Clevinger is considering surgery for the back injury that will cost him multiple months of the 2019 Antonetti said that a decision on whether or not Clevinger will undergo surgery will be made in the coming days.

Indians ace Mike Clevinger is slated to undergo surgery to repair a partial tear of the medial meniscus in his left knee, reports Zack Meisel of The Athletic (Twitter link). Clevinger has been on crutches after sustaining the injury while training earlier this week. A timetable for his return is not yet known.

a baseball player wearing a red hat: Indians starting pitcher Mike Clevinger being on the shelf for however long is a tough blow for the team.© John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports Indians starting pitcher Mike Clevinger being on the shelf for however long is a tough blow for the team.

While a meniscus tear typically isn’t a season-ender, it also seems highly unlikely that Clevinger would be ready to open the season in the Cleveland rotation. The extent of his rehab will be determined following the operation, but even a return on the short end of typical meniscus timelines would leave Clevinger with little (if any) time to ramp up for the season.

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Cleveland Indians placed RHP Mike Clevinger on the 10-day injured list retroactive to June 18, 2019. Left ankle sprain. Cleveland Indians optioned RHP Mike Clevinger to Columbus Clippers.

Cleveland Indians placed RHP Mike Clevinger on the 10-day injured list retroactive to June 18, 2019. Left ankle sprain. Made just three appearances in 2013 after undergoing Tommy John surgery following the 2012 season. Selected by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the fourth round of

The Indians, for the first time in several years, will head into the season as underdogs in the American League Central — and the loss of Clevinger for any portion of the season will only dampen their hopes. The team is deep in pitching options, but Clevinger and fellow righty Shane Bieber were the two best options at manager Terry Francona’s disposal. (Carlos Carrasco, of course, is immensely talented but more of a wild card following last year’s battle with leukemia.)

Bieber and Carrasco figure to front the rotation now, and the Indians will likely choose among Zach Plesac, Aaron Civale, Adam Plutko, Jefry Rodriguez, Logan Allen and Scott Moss to round out the final three spots in the rotation. Both Plesac (3.81 ERA in 115 2/3 innings) and Civale (2.34 ERA in 57 2/3 innings) looked sharp in their respective MLB debuts in 2019, although fielding-independent pitching metrics considered both to be more than a full run worse than his eared run average. Plutko has been up and down with the Indians over the past three seasons, posting a combined 5.08 ERA/5.61 FIP in 189 2/3 frames. Rodriguez posted similar results to the rest of that group (4.63 ERA/4.54 FIP in 46 2/3 innings).

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Indians ' Mike Clevinger : Avoids arbitration. Rotowire Jan 10, 2020. This was his first year as an arbitration-eligible player. After undergoing knee surgery in September, Naquin may open the year on the injured list, but he should return in April or May.

Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger , whose season seemed in jeopardy when he strained a muscle in his upper back on April 7, will return and start Monday Indians ace Corey Kluber underwent further imaging tests Thursday on his broken right arm, and the Indians are expected to provide an update

The 22-year-old Allen, meanwhile, is a well-regarded southpaw who came over in last summer’s three-team Trevor Bauer/Franmil Reyes/Yasiel Puig blockbuster. He’s light on big league experience but considered one of the organization’s more promising arms. Moss, too, was acquired in that swap. Unlike Allen, he’s yet to make his big league debut. He did post strong numbers in the upper minors in 2019, however, including a hearty 159 strikeouts in just 130 2/3 frames. Control is an issue for the 6-foot-6 lefty, but he’ll get a look as a potential option in the coming weeks.

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Nets' Kyrie Irving to have season-ending shoulder surgery .
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