Another day another MLB injury is on the books. Indians pitcher Corey Kluber left his start on Wednesday night against the Marlins in the fifth inning with an injury.
Continue on to watch how the Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber suffers painful right arm break…
Avert your eyes Tribe fans.
Here’s the play of Corey Kluber taking a line drive off of his forearm resulting in a non-displaced fracture. pic.twitter.com/5gvGV21kxC
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CelebNSports247.com reports during the fifth inning against the Miami Marlins, Corey Kluber ended up leaving after he was forced to leave the game after being drilled in the right arm with a line drive.
We have to admit that the line drive drilled Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber‘s right arm break was so quick you could miss it.
Indians manager Terry Francona said:
It looked ugly.
What you can’t miss is Corey Kluber’s right arm just dangling like a limp noodle as he ran to get the ball. It appears that the Cleveland Indians pitcher may not have realized right away that his arm suffered a fracture.
Teammate Roberto Perez said:
It stinks, you know? He’s our ace. We’re going to miss him.
Miami Marlins Caleb Smith who struck out eight in seven innings to help Miami stop a four-game slide said:
I’m sorry to see that…He’s a great pitcher.