Indians' pitching coach Carl Willis: We are in an advantageous situation; the depth of our rotation, the quality of our rotation

There's no one like Tito; Sandy Alomar Jr. has been unbelievable, has done a tremendous job, but I don't think we could ever replace Tito
Cleveland Indians acting manager Sandy Alomar Jr, left, bench coach Mike Sarbaugh, center, and pitching coach Carl Willis watch from the dugout in the eighth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field.
Cleveland Indians acting manager Sandy Alomar Jr, left, bench coach Mike Sarbaugh, center, and pitching coach Carl Willis watch from the dugout in the eighth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field. Photo credit © David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Indians pitching coach Carl Willis joined Bull & Fox to talk about the success of the pitching staff this season, the structure for the rotation and bullpen going into the playoffs, how much they miss having Terry Francona in the dugout, the job Sandy Alomar Jr. has done in filling in as the manager and much more.