Toronto, Ontario - When the Indians announced Friday that Josh Tomlin would be starting Game 2 of the ALCS instead of Trevor Bauer due to a finger injury, many speculated if it had anything to do with Bauer's love of drones.
Now, the pitcher has confirmed that it was, indeed, a drone that hurt his right pinky-- and he even brought the culprit with him to Toronto.
"Yeah, I brought my friend to answer any questions about what happened that I can't answer," he said during a press conference.
Bauer's finger has recovered, and he will start Game 3 of the ALCS in Toronto on Monday.
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