DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Trevor Bauer didn't say much following his Game 2 loss, just that he never found his rhythm but it had nothing to do with his much-publicized (and treated) pinkie finger.
Bauer lasted just 3.2 innings against the Cubs, giving up two runs on 87 pitches.
He talked with Tony Zarrella following the loss, and said he felt fine. He had only had given up two runs when he was pulled from the game, but didn't seem to have a problem with getting pulled, saying he just pitches when the coaching staff tells him to pitch.
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