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Indians Probable Pitchers

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Athletics @ Indians
At Progressive Field
RHP
6-2, 2.40 ERA, 61 SO
Montas is emerging as the A's top pitcher, coming off a career-best performance of 8 2/3 innings and 10 strikeouts in a win over the Tigers. He allowed just two earned runs over six innings in a start against Cleveland at the Oakland Coliseum earlier this month.
RHP
1-4, 4.08 ERA, 23 SO
Rodriguez gave up a season-high four runs last time out against the Orioles but was able to throw more breaking balls than he did all season. In his last four starts, the righty has thrown at least six innings, the longest streak in his career.
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Rays @ Indians
At Progressive Field
TV: SportsTime Ohio, Fox Sports Sun
TBD
RHP
1-0, 1.50 ERA, 4 SO
After beginning the year on Triple-A Columbus' injured list with a strained right forearm, Plutko made as strong a season debut as he could have hoped for last time out, allowing just one hit -- a solo homer -- through six innings.
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Rays @ Indians
At Progressive Field
TV: Fox Sports Sun, SportsTime Ohio
TBD
RHP
3-2, 3.22 ERA, 69 SO
It'll be hard for Bieber to top his performance from last Sunday. The 23-year-old became the fourth-youngest pitcher since at least 1908 to record 15 strikeouts without a walk in a complete-game shutout against the Orioles.
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Rays @ Indians
At Progressive Field
TV: SportsTime Ohio, Fox Sports Sun
TBD
RHP
4-4, 4.30 ERA, 66 SO
Last time out, Carrasco had his streak of 13 consecutive scoreless innings snapped, as he gave up three runs in five innings. The righty will look to get deeper into Saturday's game after having thrown 100 pitches in just five frames on Monday.
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Rays @ Indians
At Progressive Field
TV: SportsTime Ohio, Fox Sports Sun