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Trevor Bauer leaves ALCS Game 3 with bloody finger from drone accident

Indians starter Trevor Bauer lasted just 21 pitches Monday before being forced from Game 3 of the American League Championship Series. The cause had nothing to do with the Blue Jays’ bats, though, and everything to do with a bizarre, self-inflicted accident that occurred several days before. Bauer had sliced the pinkie finger on his […]
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