By LG

Roberto HernandezThe Cleveland Indians Infielders weren’t very kind to Roberto Hernandez last night, a host of errors helped the Angels to score 5 runs in the second inning. It was some of the ugliest baseball the Indians have played all season, it was almost as the Cleveland Indians were replaced by a little league team. They were making bad throws that were so far off target the Angels could run at will and score too. It had to be the most embarrassing baseball Manny Acta’s team has seen in years.

Hernandez pitched a good first inning, he couldn’t repeat that in the second inning. Tribe fans were hoping for a better showing from the former Fausto Carmona, instead they got more of the same. Many were left to wonder if Roberto Hernandez would be back in a Indians uniform next season. Hernandez gave up 10 hits and 8 runs in his return to the big leagues (5E.R.) as the Indians infielders made a host of errors in the second inning.

Now that Hernandez has aged 3 years in one-off season you have to wonder if his age has something to do with his performance. The Indians are done for the 2012 season, they are now 10 games below .500 and 11 games back in the A.L. Central….

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  1. bcharron

    That was the absolute single worst inning of baseball I have ever seem played by professionals.
    But Hernandez actually didn’t pitch THAT bad. If the defense did its job, he gets out of that inning only giving up 1 or 2 runs. Throwing a lot less pitches. And definitely not as fatigued. Changes the entire complexion of the game.
    Oh well, their season ended in the 7 day disaster following the victory over Detroit/Verlander.

    Go Browns!

     

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