Reds' Bauer: 'I don't really miss a whole lot about Cleveland'
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Even though Trevor Bauer only moved to another part of Ohio, it's apparently been a world of difference for the mercurial right-hander.

Bauer said Sunday that he's much happier with the Cincinnati Reds than he was with the Cleveland Indians.

"The information is great here, the coaching staff is great here," Bauer said. "I'm a lot happier here than I was. Sometimes you don't realize how unhappy you are in a situation until you're out of it. ... I miss some of my teammates and stuff, but overall I don't really miss a whole lot about Cleveland."

While it appears Bauer's introduction to Cincinnati and the Reds organization has gone smoothly since he was acquired in a three-team trade at the end of July, his results on the field have been shaky.

In five starts with Cincinnati, Bauer has gone 1-3 with a 7.62 ERA. That includes a disastrous outing on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Pirates that saw him allow eight runs (seven earned) on eight hits across three innings of work.

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