Trevor Bauer's ALCS Start Pushed Back After He Hurt His Hand Fixing A Drone

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Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer had been scheduled to pitch in Game 2 of the ALCS against the Blue Jays, but his start has been pushed back to Game 3 after he injured his hand, reportedly messing with a drone.

The right-hander needed stitches after he cut his right pinkie finger while fixing the drone, according to team president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti:


Josh Tomlin will start Game 2.

Indians manager Terry Francona took the news in stride:


Hey, it happens—more frequently to Trevor than others.