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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Shane Bieber didn't fool anyone in this game: He allowed 11 balls in play and seven of them were tracked at 100 mph or faster, according to Statcast. His average exit velocity allowed was 98.5 mph, the worst mark of his career (via ESPN Stats & Info).

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The Indians activated shortstop Francisco Lindor from the 10-day injured list and designated Hanley Ramirez for assignment. Lindor has not played this season because of injuries to his right calf and left ankle.

BBTN: Pitching Rushmore, Trade Mookie?, Mendoza

Buster & Karl Ravech debate their Mt. Rushmore of pitchers, discuss the possibility of Mookie Betts getting traded and much more (6:53). Plus, Jess Mendoza looks ahead to the weekend (32:03) and Wayne Coffey discusses his new book chronicling the '69 Mets (47:27).