After weeks of being broken and bloodied, the Indians' pitching staff may have reinforcements in the World Series.
Starter Danny Salazar, who hasn't pitched since Sept. 9 because of tightness in his right forearm, has thrown well in recent bullpen sessions and might be able to pitch for the first time in this postseason.
Manager Terry Francona said Friday that Salazar has "let it go" during some recent workouts and has not been restricted to throwing only fastballs and changeups.
"I think he's ready to pitch," Francona said as the AL champions awaited their Series opponent.
Salazar will throw a three-inning simulated game Saturday and the...