|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||30.00||1.00||3.00||0.00||4.80||1.53||23.00||15.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs LHB|| 73.0||0||0|| 4.44||0||38||77|
|vs RHB|| 80.0||0||0|| 3.94||0||22||66|
|12/24/2014||Jon Lester, SP CHC|
Starlin Castro, SS CHC
|Trevor Bauer, SP CLE|
Addison Russell, SS CHC
Jose Ramirez, SS CLE
|12/24/2014||Joc Pederson, LF LAD|
Trevor Bauer, SP CLE
|Gerrit Cole, SP PIT|
|12/22/2014||Francisco Lindor, SS CLE|
Danny Duffy, SP KC
|Raul Mondesi, SS KC|
Kohl Stewart, SP MIN
Trevor Bauer, SP CLE
|Last 10 Games|
Manager: Trevor Bauer must listen to pitching coach in offseason
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(9/25/14) Terry Francona has a request for inconsistent Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer heading into the offseason: Listen to and learn from pitching coach Mickey Callaway.
Bauer completed a mediocre year Wednesday night by losing it in the fourth inning and blowing a 3-0 lead to Kansas City. He finishes with a 5-8 record, 4.18 ERA and just one quality start in his last five outings.
"I thought there was a ton of development," Francona told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I think there's a lot left in the tank. I don't think we've even come close to what he can be. He's a pretty thoughtful kid ... He's going to be very cognizant and aware of everything he wants to do (during the offseason). I just hope that he allows Mickey to really ... Mickey is so conscious of wanting to help so bad."
Francona criticized Bauer earlier in the year for his pitch selection in the first inning, when he consistently struggled. The manager did not like the often-stubborn Bauer's philosophy of testing out a wide array of pitches to start the game in an attempt to figure out which was working best. Francona told the media that Bauer should establish two or three pitches in the first inning before expanding his repertoire. Bauer began performing better in the first inning thereafter.
Trevor Bauer run into trouble in the fifth
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(9/24/14) Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer had some trouble during his Wednesday start against the Royals.
Bauer allowed four runs on eight hits over 4 1/3 innings. He struck out two and walked three during the outing. Bauer performed well early, getting through the first three innings unscathed. He ran into trouble in the fourth. With a runner on second, Billy Butler managed an RBI single to left. The fifth inning would prove to be worse. After two singles, Bauer gave up a run-scoring hit against Eric Hosmer. Butler then doubled, bringing in two additional runs. Bauer intentionally walked the next hitter, and was pulled from the game.
Bauer received a no-decision for his efforts.
Trevor Bauer turns in a quality start Friday
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(9/19/14) Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer turned in a quality start Friday against the Twins.
Bauer allowed three runs on four hits over six innings. He struck out six and did not issue any walks during the outing. Home runs proved to be an issue for Bauer. Oswaldo Arcia took him deep to start the third inning, accounting for the first earned run. In the fourth, Kennys Vargas belted a solo shot as well. Bauer came out to start the seventh, but was pulled after giving up two singles. One run would score after he left the game. That run would be charged to Bauer.
The Twins managed a comeback, giving Bauer a no-decision. He’ll take on the Royals in his next start.
Trevor Bauer effective in five-inning stint
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(9/14/14) Indians starter Trevor Bauer was pulled after an effective five innings Sunday against the Tigers. Bauer allowed two runs (one earned) on six hits. He struck out three, walked one and allowed a fourth-inning solo homer to J.D. Martinez.
Bauer did not figure in the decision. Sporting a 4.04 ERA, he'll face the Twins on the road Friday.
|2014 summary: Trevor Bauer began the season in the minors, but the demotion of Danny Salazar provided him with a chance to join the Indians' rotation in May. Once there, he didn't relinquish his spot. No one will mistake Bauer for a control pitcher, but he tamped down his walk rate to a respectable level, particularly over his first 15 starts (including an early April spot start). During that period, Bauer walked 31 batters over 89 innings, but he reverted to old patterns over his final 11 starts, walking 29 batters in 64 innings. Though Bauer threw his fastball nearly 2 mph harder than he did in previous major league stints, it was the increased horizontal movement in his curveball that was instrumental in an 8.4 K/9 ratio. Bauer finished with a 5-8 record and 4.18 ERA.|
Playing time status: Though Bauer has his work cut out for him, he showed enough progress to likely merit a rotation spot to start the season. Barring regression or injury, he should be a mainstay as one of the Indians' starters.
2015 outlook: The makings of a breakout are there. If Bauer can get his control back on track while maintaining or improving on his 2014 strikeout rate, he could have some staying power in standard mixed leagues. That potential makes Bauer someone to consider in the later rounds.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/3/15||@ CIN||3:05 pm|| |
|3/5/15||@ CIN||3:05 pm|| |
|3/6/15||KC||3:05 pm|| |
|3/7/15||LAD||3:05 pm|| |
|3/8/15||@ TEX||4:05 pm|| |
|3/9/15||@ SEA||4:05 pm|| |
|3/10/15||CHC||4:05 pm|| |
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