The Cleveland Indians portion of the Major League Baseball season is 33 days and 22 games old. That’s nothing, a proverbial drop in the bucket. There will be regular season baseball until a home stand against the Chicago White Sox that ends on October 3rd.
The 2012 season may be in its infancy, but a lot has happened in 33 days. Bryce Harper is a certifiable baseball player, Albert Pujols is mashing his way to the MVP terrible, and Bobby Valentine is taking over in Boston where Bill Buckner left off.
Another thing that’s happened in the first 33 days of Indians baseball is the emergence of an ace on the pitching staff. Only, the ace I’m talking about isn’t the guy we all had in mind a month ago. It’s Derek Lowe. Continue reading The Cleveland Indians Unlikely Ace