CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Corey Kluber left Wednesday’s game in Miami after he was hit by a Brian Anderson line drive on his pitching arm.
The Cleveland Indians have confirmed Kluber’s ulna on his right forearm is fractured.
He’ll be reevaluated tomorrow at a Cleveland hospital, and a timetable for his return will then be established.
According to Statcast, the ball left the bat at 102,2 mph before striking the Indians ace. Kluber pursued the ball with his right arm dangling at his side, he then tried to scoop the ball with his glove towards first baseman Carlos Santana.