Tribe: Now that the scoreless streak's over, what to do about those bats?

Aaron Laffey gave up the run that ruined the Tribe's scoreless streak.
It had to come to an end eventually, but hot damn was it fun while it lasted. In completing a streak over the Oakland Elephants yesterday, Aaron Laffey also gave up a run -- of the unearned variety, on an error of his making -- which ended the Indians starting pitchers’ scoreless streak at an astounding and historic 44.1 innings. (They still haven’t given up an earned run in the last six games – that’s 50.1 innings.) The last time a group of starting hurlers completed such a feat? The 1974 Baltimore Orioles. Yeah, the Tribe has been that damn good. So good, in fact, that Aaron Laffey, sporting a nifty 1.53 ERA, will be sent back down to Buffalo when Jake Westbrook is back in the rotation. That’s depth. ...
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