Cleveland Indians defeat Baltimore Orioles, 6-1

CLEVELAND -- About 10 years ago in this same place, Jaret Wright established himself as a future pitching star for the Cleveland Indians.

He overpowered hitters with a fastball in the mid to high 90s and a hard curveball, and showed enough grit to win three playoff games as a 21-year-old rookie.

His potential looked unlimited until a series of shoulder injuries derailed his career. Now a 10-year veteran, Wright has seen his velocity and command wither, but his competiti...

Wright not sharp

Jaret Wright, on the disabled list since April 11 because of right shoulder soreness, returned but didn't look sharp or healthy. He labored from the beginning, walking his first two hitters and making it through just three innings. With his command off and his velocity down, Wright allowed three earned runs on four hits and three walks. He later acknowledged the pain in his shoulder had returned, a development that likely will keep him off the mound for...