Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer, you may recall, has a drone. He built it himself and spent some time flying it around the Indians’ spring training facility last year, which resulted in Major League Baseball grounding it.
Bauer was flying the drone recently and got it stuck in a tree. He had some trouble getting it down, as he captured in a series of tweets:
The Indians opened up a three-game series in Kansas City against the Royals on Monday night.
When he hasn’t been flying drones, Bauer has been solid on the mound for the Indians. Initially relegated to bullpen duty, the right-hander has been terrific in his return to the rotation. Overall, he has a 3.36 ERA with a 97/38 K/BB ratio in 107 innings.