Things went south for Cleveland over the past week, as the team dropped four of seven games and fell to 3-5 on the year. Losing four of seven games is far from the end of the world, but it is the manner in which Cleveland lost that is concerning long-term.
As many observed after a major overhaul of the lineup this offseason, the one massive weakness of this team remains the starting pitching. Eight games in, that weakness has reared its ugly head again and again.
So, about that starting rotation… Read More…
From Daily Kent Stater, April 11, 2013