CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Indians recalled Zach Plesac of Triple-A Columbus on Tuesday. The 24-year-old had a start for the Clippers last week, but was due to return to Cleveland after the All-Star break.
Plesac has recorded a 4.00 ERA in eight starts this season. He has given up a total of 10 runs in the last two games and has never made it out of the fourth inning. He will try to recover from Detroit on Tuesday night at Progressive Field.
The 23-year-old Bradley struggled to adapt to life in the big leagues. He posted a strike average of .178, with one homerun and four RBI in 49 record appearances. He struck 20 times, which he knows he needs to improve.
"We wanted him to understand what we're doing when we're only playing in the big leagues," said manager Terry Francona. "We do not want to turn him into a 23-year-old DH, we do not think that's the healthiest thing for him, so go back, play first base, he's an Achilles tendon or something that does not come back." it will not hurt to get on his feet in Triple-A.
He struck his first home career against the twins on Saturday night, Bradley is known for his strength after beating Homer for Columbus 24 before joining the Indians, admitting that life in the big leagues is different.
"It looks a bit better up here," Bradley said Saturday. "Up here, they make adjustments much faster, you can go to the dugout and look at things between the innings, or right after an assassination So it's a constant game of adjustments. "
Bradley got his first taste of the Great Leagues and remains in the Indians' long-term plans, as he improves his strike-out numbers and moves the off-limits. Achieving speed pitches better, its power should be transferred to the big leagues.
"There's a sock in this racket, that's for sure," Francona said. "He'll be a good one Be a batsman. "