Corey Kluber RUMORS & NEWS

  • Indians ace Corey Kluber wins 2017 AL Cy Young award

    CBS Sports "Wednesday night, MLB and the Baseball Writers Association of American announced Cleveland Indians right-hander Corey Kluber has won the 2017 American League Cy Young Award. Red Sox lefty Chris Sale finished second in the voting and Yankees righty Luis Severino finished third. This is the second..." November 15

  • The Corey Kluber trade was minor in 2010, but it changed the Indians franchise

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "It's hard to imagine a more timely teaching moment than the one Indians executives Chris Antonetti and Mike Chernoff shared with a roomful of winter development players at Progressive Field recently. The Streak was a nightly wonder. Former prospects now making history in the big-league..." October 04

  • Farrell: 'Fairly obvious' Kluber was sending a message with pitch to Nunez

    NBC Sports Boston "The Indians might have come to the plate in the eighth inning still trailing 1-0 on Wednesday night were it not for Corey Kluber's apparent ego. Kluber, an amazing pitcher, had none on and two out in the eighth when Brock Holt drew a walk in an excellent at-bat, after Kluber held a 1-2..." August 25

  • Eduardo Nunez thinks it 'wasn't professional' if Corey Kluber hit him intentionally

    WEEI Boston "When Corey Kluber drilled Eduardo Nunez with a fastball on Wednesday night, it sure looked intentional. If it was, Nunez has a problem with it. Kluber hit Nunez after the Red Sox second baseman had taken a vicious hack at a 2-0 pitch, falling over in the batter's box. Mookie Betts then made..." August 25

  • Corey Kluber Suffers Ankle Injury vs. Royals

    Bleacher Report "Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber is dealing with injury issues again after leaving Friday's start against the Kansas City Royals with a sprained right ankle, according to Cleveland.com's Paul Hoynes. Hoynes later noted Kluber did not suffer a high ankle sprain and could potentially make..." August 19

  • Indians' Kluber hoping to pitch Sunday after Friday scratch

    ESPN "Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber, who was scratched from Friday's start because of lingering neck discomfort, is hopeful to return to the mound Sunday. Kluber said his neck felt better after playing catch Thursday at Progressive Field during the Indians' off day. Trevor Bauer is starting..." July 21