Danny Salazar officially added to Indians' World Series roster
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar is officially on the roster for the World Series.
Salazar will replace Cody Anderson on the active roster. He hasn't pitched since September 9 because of a strained right flexor muscle, but could be in line for a Game 4 start. Ryan Merritt and a short-rested Corey Kluber are also potential options.
Salazar posted a 3.87 ERA with a career-worst 3.86 SIERA in 25 regular season starts. His 26.7 percent strikeout rate was above his career average, but he also posted a career-worst 10.8 percent walk rate.
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