Cleveland Indians’ manager Terry Francona speaks out about several players

Sep 2, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona (17) during the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

With about a month left in the major league regular season, the Cleveland Indians are currently sitting seven in a half games out of first place behind the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central.

Manager Terry Francona was spoken too the other day and made comments about several players during an interview. Guys like Josh Tomlin, Ryan Raburn and Corey Kluber were topics during this interview.

Josh Tomlin, a pitcher who gives them depth in the bullpen could be getting a major league start sometime soon.

“There might be an opportunity for him to start. He’s been pounding the strike zone [in rehab starts}. His lsat outing was really good. But even though he can pitch when it counts now, he’ll still be feeling his way through things. I think next year, you’ll see what he can really do.” Francona said about Tomlin.

Topics: Cleveland Indians, Corey Kluber, Josh Tomlin, Ryan Raburn, Terry Francona

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