Jays manager says he debated before going to umpire over Bauer’s bloody finger

    TORONTO – Jays manager John Gibbons says he mulled over what to do when he saw blood dripping from Indians starter Trevor Bauer’s injured finger in the first inning Monday night.

    Bauer, who was pitching with 10 stitches in the pinky finger of his pitching hand after cutting himself while working on a drone, had two walks, a strikeout and a flyout in 21 pitches. Toronto, down 2-0 in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series, needed a win.

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