He was dominant, again, as if nothing had changed since he last took the mound. And Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg wasn't bad, either, in his first game back from the 15-day disabled list. But it was the Indians' Corey Kluber who was the most dominant pitcher Sunday as he pitched eight scoreless innings en route to the Tribe's 2-0 victory over Washington. Kluber improved to 5-4, winning his second straight. Three times, Kluber pitched out of jams in which he had at least two on base and no outs. In the fourth inning, he had Washington runners on first and third, and he proceeded to strike out three straight.
Corey Kluber outduels Stephen Strasburg as Indians blank Nationals, 2-0
Cleveland Plain Dealer | Jun 16