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Although Friday night’s Indians-Rays is given an over-under of eight runs (even money on the over), there’s reason to believe we could see many more scored by the time they're wrapped. After all, the Indians and Rays rank 10th and 12th, respectively, in MLB for runs over the last 14 days.

Corey Kluber (16-7, 2.91 ERA) takes the mound for the Indians, and while we usually think of the perennial Cy Young candidate as someone who limits runs, he has allowed 18 hits and eight earned runs over his last 11.2 innings. The Rays have been a pesky bunch all season, so look for them to continue onward in the same direction, as they own a collective .344wOBA against right-handed pitching over the last 14 days.

Tyler Glasnow (1-3, 4.18 ERA) will go for the Rays, and we should all say a prayer for the man before this one. 

Yes, he has been able to limit the hits and longball, but he’s also allowed 14 baserunners and seven earned runs in his last 11.2 innings of work. The glaring weakness for Glasnow is preventing stolen bases; in 79.2 innings this season, he has allowed 16 stolen bases in 20 attempts. Keep in mind, Glasnow has been relegated to bullpen duty for most of this season, and those 16 still have him tied for seventh-most in the league this season. The Indians lead the league with 105 stolen bases in 2018. 

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