Indians Vs. Angels Preview: Cleveland Looks To Rebound Against Haren

The Cleveland Indians (40-39) hope that Tuesday's game at Progressive Field will be nothing like Monday night's.

On Monday in the first game of the series, Jared Weaver dominated the Tribe -- he gave up five hits in seven innings en route to a 3-0 win for the Los Angeles Angels (45-35).

Game 2 will see Dan Haren take the mound for the Angels. He already has a win in Cleveland this season. On April 28, he yielded one run and struck out seven in eight innings of a 2-1 victory. Haren has not been great lately, however. The right-hander has a 7.94 ERA in his last four starts, despite a 3-1 record. In his last start, he gave up six runs in six innings but was still credited with a win, as Los Angeles beat the Blue Jays 9-7.

Zach McCallister will pitch for the Indians. His record is 2-1 and the team is 4-1 in his starts. Last Thursday, he gave up two runs in five innings in a 7-2 win in Baltimore.

The first pitch will be thrown at 7:05 p.m. ET. It can be seen on SportsTime Ohio.

For more on the Cleveland Indians, head over to Let's Go Tribe. More on the Los Angeles Angels can be found over at Halos Heaven and more news and analysis on the world of baseball can be found at Baseball Nation.

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