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Chicago Tribune Apr 23, 2017

White Sox's Jacob May soaks in first big-league hit after 0-for-26 start

Jacob May didn't feel like he had a monkey on his back during his 0-for-26 introduction to the big leagues. He felt like a gorilla was hitting him up for a piggyback ride. The 25-year-old White Sox center fielder's seventh-inning, pinch-hit single Saturday against the Indians' Carlos Carrasco finally...
CSN Chicago Apr 22, 2017

Jacob May gets 'Harambe' off his back with first career hit

Jacob May earned his first career hit on Saturday night when he singled up in the middle against Cleveland Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco, ending an
South Side Sox Apr 22, 2017
Indians 7, White Sox 0: Another three-hitter

Indians 7, White Sox 0: Another three-hitter

Carlos Carrasco extends Chicago’s scoreless innings streak to 23, but Jacob May got a hit Jacob May got a hit. It took him 31 plate appearances, this one coming because Melky Cabrera jammed his wrist against a railing after chasing in vain for a foul ball, one of two early exits among a series of unfortunate events for the White Sox tonight. Still, Jacob May got a hit. May grounded a 1-1 changeup between the second baseman and second base and into the outfield. He was retired immediately on a 5-4 fielder’s choice, and let out a scream of relief upon returning to the dugout. He didn’t...
Washington Times Apr 22, 2017

Carrasco dominates, Indians blank White Sox again

CHICAGO (AP) - Carlos Carrasco pitched eight innings of three-hit ball, helping the Cleveland Indians shut out the Chicago White Sox for the second straight night, 7-0 on Saturday. Carrasco (2-1) struck out eight and did not allow a runner to reach second base. Chicago hasn't scored in 23 innings, ...
Plain Dealer Apr 22, 2017
Cleveland Indians, Carlos Carrasco cruise past White Sox, 7-0, for fifth straight victory

Cleveland Indians, Carlos Carrasco cruise past White Sox, 7-0, for fifth straight victory

The Indians won their fifth straight game Saturday night as Carlos Carrasco and Zach McAllister combined on the pitching staff's second straight three-hit shutout. Edwin Encarnacion, Michael Brantley and Jose Ramirez homered.
Plain Dealer Apr 22, 2017
Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox starting lineups for Saturday night, Game 17

Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox starting lineups for Saturday night, Game 17

Carlos Carrasco will make his fourth start of the season Saturday night when he faces the White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. It will be Carrasco's second start of the season against Chicago. On April 11, he threw a seven-inning no-decision against them.

Tigers 4, Indians 1: 14 Walk-Off Thoughts on Carlos Carrasco, Yandy Diaz, the lineup

Here are 14 Walk-Off Thoughts after the Indians fell to the Detroit Tigers 4-1 on Easter Sunday 1. Carlos Carrasco was a bit wild but effective all the same, allowing two runs on four hits and five walks to go with five strikeouts in 6 2/3 innings. The lone damage against him came via an Alex Avila two-run home run that ended up being all the offense the Tigers needed. 2. Carrasco was held back some discomfort in his elbow this spring. He entered the regular season without being fully stretched out, which was one of the concerns for the club. Still, with the off-days, the Indians chose...
Plain Dealer Apr 16, 2017
Cleveland Indians' lackluster homestand ends with a whimper in 4-1 loss to Tigers

Cleveland Indians' lackluster homestand ends with a whimper in 4-1 loss to Tigers

Carlos Carrasco committed one mistake on Sunday afternoon, and it cost the Indians two runs, which proved insurmountable for Cleveland's offense. The Tigers left town with a series victory following a 4-1 triumph in the rubber match.

Indians fall to Detroit Tigers 4-1 on Easter Sunday

The Indians squandered an effectively wild outing by Carlos Carrasco in a 4-1 loss the Detroit Tigers at Progressive Field on Easter Sunday. It was the Indians’ third straight series loss since they opened the season by sweeping the Texas Rangers. They went 2-4 on this home stand, all against American League Central opponents. Carrasco (1-1) allowed two runs on four hits and five walks in 6 2/3 innings. He also struck out five. The decisive—and really, only—blow against Carrasco came in the second inning. Following Tyler Collins’ single, Alex Avila, one of the hottest hitters in...
Plain Dealer Apr 12, 2017

Five things we learned about the Cleveland Indians including Carlos Carrasco's fast start

Carlos Carrasco's abbreviated spring training did not bode well his plunge into the regular season, but Carrasco is 1-0 with a 2.13 ERA and has pitched more innings than other starter on the staff.
WKYC Apr 12, 2017
Carlos Carrasco regains confidence...

Carlos Carrasco regains confidence...

Starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco has regained his confidence with the Cleveland Indians.        
Plain Dealer Apr 11, 2017
Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox preview, pitching matchups

Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox preview, pitching matchups

The Indians will open their home season on Tuesday against the White Sox at 4:10 p.m. with Carlos Carrasco facing Chicago's James Shields.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 10, 2017

Indians Opening Day facts

Indians Opening Day facts ...Opponent: Chicago White SoxWhen: 4:10 p.m. TuesdayWhere: Progressive FieldTV: STO/WKYC (Channel 3)Pitching matchup: James Shields (1-0, 1.69) vs. Carlos Carrasco (1-0, 3.18)Weather forecast: High of 63 with possible thunderstormsBy the numbers: ■ Indians are 59-57 in home openers and are 11-12 at Progressive Field.■ Tuesday’s game will be the 22nd home opener against the White Sox. Only the Detroit Tigers (33 times) have been the opponent more often in home openers.■ The Indians have lost six of their past seven home openers, with the last victory...
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 5, 2017

Indians 4, Rangers 3: 26 Walk-Off Thoughts on Carlos Carrasco, Carlos Santana, the bullpen

Here are 26 Walk-Off Thoughts on the Indians’ 4-3 win against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night. 1. Of course Mike Napoli came up to bat representing the tying run in the ninth inning. Of course he missed a game-tying home run by a few feet. Of course that was going to happen in the season-opening series. 2. Indians manager Terry Francona said before the game that being in the opposite dugout of a Napoli swing will make you flinch a bit. Napoli standing at the plate with a runner on second down two runs, everyone in the stadium knows he’s swinging for the upper deck. It was one of...

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