And no, their discussions aren’t about the irony occasioned by Lind talking about how happy the Blue Jays would be to be rid of Colby Rasmus after he, himself was traded. That’s a different thing altogether that goes to more cosmic issues.
No, according to Derrick Goold of the Post-Dispatch, they’re talking about how Lind might fit on the Cards.
Lind, who is nursing a bad back at the moment which isn’t thought to be serious, is hitting .285/.365/.500 on the year and is mashing righties. The Cards could use a lefty. And, really, any bat at all, as their offense has struggled of late.
No word on what Colby Rasmus thinks of all of this.
CLEVELAND (AP) Indians ace Corey Kluber had the hard cast protecting his broken right arm removed and the two-time Cy Young winner is healing as hoped.
Kluber underwent imaging texts Thursday, which showed that his ulna is mending properly. Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Kluber can begin range of motion and that he will be re-examined in two weeks.
The right-hander broke his arm when he was struck flush by a line drive hit by Miami’s Brian Anderson on May 1. At the time, the Indians said surgery wasn’t needed, and Francona said the medical staff told him Kluber was having “expected healing.”
Kluber has been fitted with a protective brace. He said it was a relief to have the cast off and is excited that he “can do a lot more now.”
The 33-year-old ran sprints in the outfield before the series opener against Tampa Bay.
Kluber won 20 games last season and at least 18 in each of the past three seasons. He is 2-3 with a 5.80 ERA in seven starts this year.
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