A drone dropped into the
Cleveland Manager Terry Francona, who has had to juggle his rotation for weeks because of injuries, managed to keep a sense of humor about the latest — and by far the strangest — setback.
"'It's kind of self-explanatory," Francona quipped at the start of his news conference. "Probably everybody in here probably at some point or another had a drone-related problem."
All kidding aside, the Indians are dealing with yet another pitching issue after they lost starters
Bauer, a quirky right-hander who pitched Game 1 of the ALDS against Boston, needed several stitches to close the cut on top of his right pinkie after he was sliced while repairing a propeller.
Boston said the procedure, a partial medial meniscectomy and chondroplasty, was successful and he is expected to be ready for spring training.