Corey Kluber gave up four runs on five hits and two walks with four strikeouts over 6.1 inningsagainst the Red Sox on Wednesday.
Kluber allowed the most earned runs in a start since April 19, giving up four runs on Wednesday night. He is now sporting a 6-3 record with a 3.23 ERA and 1.22 WHIP through his first 13 starts while owning a 99:20 K:BB rate along the way. The Indians hurler is clearly on his way to a career- year and there is no reason to believe he can't hold up over the course of a full season as long as he continues to keep his walks down. Kluber will look to get back in the win column when he takes on the Royals on Tuesday. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden said this week that he intends to get Pierre Garçon’s numbers “back up” in 2015.
The Redskins are a mess, so this is clearly lip service. Garçon is a fine wide receiver, but to think that his numbers will rise with questions surrounding Washington's quarterback situation are a bit far fetched. The veteran wideout saw 45 less receptions and 594 fewer yards last year than he did in 2013, so to think that his numbers will increase next year is a bit preposterous. View him as a WR3 for now, but Garçon has the ability to be much more if the Redskins can develop some chemistry on offense. Analysis: David Kerr