Those three runs were originally not charged to Kluber, but they were added to his total Tuesday. The difference may seem slim, but the trio of runs brought his total to 61 instead of 58 and his ERA shot up to 2.58 from 2.45 entering Tuesday's start. Kluber allowed one run in seven innings in Tuesday's 4-2 win to bring the mark back down to 2.54.
With the reversal, Aviles has now committed just one error in 33 outfield appearances this season.
Kluber suffered the loss that day regardless, but he has since bounced back with consecutive wins and is among the top five American League pitchers in almost every significant statistic.
Chris Abshire is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.