It didn’t look good for Arizona early. The offense sputtered against Tomlin and the Indians in the first two innings. Meanwhile, the Tribe tagged Miller for three earned runs while running him up to 40 pitches through only two frames. Then Miller settled in, and so did the offense.
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Small sample sizes are at work here, as is the notion that Bradley will remain a reliever long enough for it to matter, but it’s nice to see the bullpen heading in the right direction.
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