When I was a kid, I tried to tag first base with the ball in my hand and I got stepped on by a metal cleat and even then my finger didn't have as much dripping blood as Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer did.

Bauer was attempting to pitch in Game 3 of the American League Championship series after he cut his pinky finger on his pitching hand last week while trying to fix one of his drones.

The Indians were hopeful he would be able to pitch after they moved back his Game 2 start to Game 3, but after seeing this, you question that decision.

Major League Baseball won't let you put super glue or bandages or anything on the injury, only stitches and clearly that wasn't going to hold the blood off.


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