Bauer has ankle contusion, shouldn't miss start
5 monthes ago - By MLB News
The Indians received good news about Trevor Bauer's injured right ankle. X-rays were negative and Bauer, who is dealing with a bruise, will likely be able to make his next scheduled start Friday against the Orioles, manager Terry Francona said before Sunday's finale with the White Sox.
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