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South Side Sox Aug 18, 2016
He also hit a big-league blast off Carlos Carrasco, but the selectivity is the novel part It’s never good to stake a prospect’s chances of sticking on exceptionalism, but we had to dare to dream with Tim Anderson. We knew his plate discipline was a problem, with the kind of walk-to-strikeout chasm that kills careers. But we knew his plate coverage and bat-to-ball skills were a plus. We also knew that offensive and/or defensive setbacks at a new level didn’t rattle him, and he showed an uncanny aptitude to make his brand of baseball work after weathering initial struggles. It’s a...
South Side Sox Aug 17, 2016
Ninth-inning blast snaps Chicago’s seven-game losing streak to Cleveland This game would’ve been enjoyable even if the White Sox lost it. That outcome looked likely when they entered the ninth inning against Cody Allen trailing 7-5. Then Allen couldn’t find a putaway pitch, Adam Eaton hit a grand slam, and David Robertson closed it out for a very rewarding evening. The Sox offense strung together a number of high-quality plate appearances in the ninth, at least after Justin Morneau struck out swinging over a slider to start the inning. Todd Frazier fell behind 1-2, but laid off a...
Plain Dealer Aug 13, 2016
Carlos Carrasco visited Rainbow Babies and Chldren's Hospital on Friday morning before he started against the Angels on Friday night. The young patients he met told him they'd be watching him on TV and wanted him to have a "special game.'
Plain Dealer Aug 11, 2016
The Indians and Angels meet for the second time this season. The Tribe took two out of three from the Angels in June.
Plain Dealer Aug 11, 2016
On the short trip, Carrasco went patriotic with his outfit. He sported red-and-white-striped pants, a blue blazer, white gloves and a red, white and blue bow tie and top hat.
Plain Dealer Aug 9, 2016
Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco, In his first start as a U.S. citizen, pitched well against the New York Yankees in a losing cause Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
Plain Dealer Aug 8, 2016
No one is quite sure why Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco made multiple throws to first base in the second inning of Sunday's loss to the Yankees.
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 5, 2016
Josh Tomlin was hit hard, the fourth Indians pitcher this week to be roughed up, and the Indians fell to the New York Yankees 13-7 Friday night. Tomlin was hit for seven earned runs on nine hits in 4 2/3 innings, joining Danny Salazar, Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer as Indians starting pitchers to to struggle. Shawn Morimando, promoted as bullpen protection, allowed four runs in an inning of work. After a season of terrific performances, this week has been one to forget for the Indians’ pitching staff. The Detroit Tigers also defeated the New York Mets 4-3, cutting the Indians’...
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 2, 2016
CLEVELAND: The Indians brought some fireworks with a thunderous inning, but it wasn’t enough in a 10-6 loss to the Minnesota Twins Tuesday night. The Twins (42-64) had little trouble with the Indians’ starting pitcher for the second night in a row, jumping out to an 8-0 lead with dual four-run innings against Carlos Carrasco (7-5, 3.12 ERA). Brian Dozier started their rally with a two-run home run in the third. Max Kepler, who slugged three home runs in Monday night’s game, added another two-run shot to make it 4-0. With two on in the fourth, Dozier grounded out but scored Jorge...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Aug 2, 2016
The Twins’ task gets tougher tonight with Carlos Carrasco on the mound. Carrasco’s 2.45 ERA would lead the American League if he had enough innings to qualify
Plain Dealer Jul 28, 2016
Stephen Strasburg threw seven scoreless innings and the Nationals did more than enough damage against Carlos Carrasco to beat the Indians on Wednesday afternoon to split the two-game series.