PHOENIX, Ariz: Corey Kluber made his final tuneup before his Opening Day start in the Indians 13-12 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday.



Kluber allowed five runs on six hits and struck out six in five innings pitched.



Hes strong. Hes in good shape. His arm feels good, Indians manager Terry Francona said. Hes ready to go make a lot of starts. Obviously you hope a guy comes out of the shoot. Sometimes it takes guys some time regardless of who you are to kind of get on a roll. Itd be fun to see it on Opening Day but regardless hes going to be good.



Bryan Shaw allowed a three-run home run to former Indians first baseman Jesus Aguilar, who has been having a dynamite spring. Shaw has been hit hard the previous two springs as well.



Theyre all working on stuff, Francona said. I just think B, hes been pretty consistent. Spring training not very good and during the season hes real good. As long as he looks healthy, which he does, hell be all right.



Daniel Robertson drove in three runs but came up grabbing his hamstring. The Indians will evaluate Robertson in the coming days. Yan Gomes and Michael Brantley each went 2-for-3 with a double.