Indians promote McAllister for another start

 

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Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - The Cleveland Indians recalled pitcher Zach McAllister from Triple-A Columbus to start Saturday's game against Kansas City.

McAllister, who has made 12 starts for the Indians this season, was brought up from the minors for the third time this month.

The right-hander is 0-1 in two July starts with four runs given up in 12 1/3 innings. The Indians are 6-6 this season in games he has started.

Cleveland optioned righty Josh Tomlin to Columbus to make room on the roster.

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