Austin Adams Flops in Debut

On July 12, rookie Austin Adams became the first Indians pitcher to allow three or more runs while record one or fewer outs since Sean DePaula in 1999 (four runs, one out). In the last 100 years, only three others accomplished the feat: Tom Kramer in 1991 (three runs, zero outs), Gene Bearden in 1947 (three runs, one out) and Doc Hamann in 1924 (six runs, zero outs).