Manager Terry Francona delivered the news Wednesday, as well as the remaining three pitchers in the Indians' four-man rotation.
In his lone career postseason start in the ALDS against the Boston Red Sox, Kluber was stellar, pitching seven innings of shutout ball, striking out seven while surrendering three hits.
This is also Bauer's first postseason, and his only start didn't go as well. Over 4 2/3 innings he gave up three runs on six hits, including two home runs to the Red Sox.
Tomlin spun five innings of four-hit ball in the ALDS, while Clevinger wasn't used in the first round.