We went one-on-one with Indians Pitching Coach Mickey Callaway.
Callaway says he's happy to have Danny Salazar back and all of his pitchers are ready to have an impact on the World Series.
"[Salazar] is a little boost in the bullpen," Callaway said. "They're not worried about what just happened, they're worried about the next pitch."
Coach Callaway said he's happy how they navigated through the ALCS with all of the injuries to the starting rotation.
"We just kind of adjusted and focused on the next day, next out, the next pitch," added Callaway.
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