7:34 AM EDT, Sun May 29, 2016
News-Herald 7 hours ago
Indians minors roundup for May 28: Cody Anderson fans six in four innings for Triple-A Columbus

Indians minors roundup for May 28: Cody Anderson fans six in four innings for Triple-A Columbus

• Cody Anderson struck out six in four innings, and host Triple-A Columbus (27-21) blanked Durham, 3-0. Second baseman Ronny Rodriguez drove in two runs for the Clippers.• Carlos Carrasco made a rehab appearance in the Double-A RubberDucks' victory over Harrisburg.
News-Herald 9 hours ago

Cleveland Indians' Carlos Carrasco allows two runs in rehab start with Akron Rubberducks

AKRON >> It didn't take long for Carlos Carrasco to pass one test during his first rehab start May 28 at Canal Park.It was the first appearance for the Indians' starter since he injured his left hamstring April 24 against the Tigers.Carrasco suffered the injury while covering first base, and from his reaction -- he screamed as he fell to the ground, and needed help off the field ­ -- the injury appeared serious.
Plain Dealer May 27, 2016

Cleveland Indians' Carlos Carrasco, Michael Brantley on different rehab paths

Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco will start his rehab assignment Saturday when he's scheduled to throw 60 pitches or four innings for Class AA Akron. Outfielder Michael Brantley is just starting to swing the bat again.
Chronicle-Telegram May 27, 2016

Indians notes: News good on Carlos Carrasco, Michael Brantley

CLEVELAND — There is positive news on the injury front for the Indians and two of their key players. Manager Terry Francona announced Friday that starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco (left hamstring strain) would begin a minor league rehab assignment with Double-A Akron today. Francona also said left fielder Michael Brantley (right shoulder inflammation) began a Read More... The post Indians notes: News good on Carlos Carrasco, Michael Brantley appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.
Newark Star-Ledger May 27, 2016

WATCH: Mets fans boo Dodgers' Chase Utley during 1st at-bat

Welcome back to New York, Chase Utley.
Plain Dealer May 27, 2016

Cleveland Indians minor-league affiliate seeking suggestions for new team name

High-A Lynchburg will drop its Hillcats moniker after this season. This week, the organization opened up the brainstorming process to the public with a "Name the Team" campaign.
Plain Dealer May 25, 2016

Cleveland Indians avoiding usual spring swoon, eyeing top spot in AL Central: Zack Meisel's musings

Perhaps the most impressive part of the Indians' start is who has watched it from afar. Michael Brantley has stepped into the batter's box only 43 times in 45 games. Carlos Carrasco hasn't dug his cleats into the dirt on a major-league mound in more than a month.
Akron Beacon Journal May 16, 2016

Indians offense sets season highs in 15-6 win against Cincinnati Reds

Like pinching a water hose and then letting go, the Indians’ offense hadn’t put together much of a rhythm lately. Then on Monday, the hits and runs came flowing in a 15-6 win against the Cincinnati Reds. The Indians’ 15 runs and 19 hits were both season highs. They also helped erase a four-run deficit in the third inning, as Cody Anderson’s home run issues continued. All nine Indians starters recorded a hit and scored a run. Seven starters ended the night with multi-hit games. Trailing 4-0 in the third, the Indians tied it in one inning against Reds starter John Lamb. Marlon...
Plain Dealer May 16, 2016
One main test remains before Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco can embark on a minor-league rehab assignment

One main test remains before Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco can embark on a minor-league rehab assignment

Before he can begin a rehab assignment, however, Carrasco has one other chore to tackle: pitcher's fielding practice.
Chronicle-Telegram May 16, 2016

Indians notes: Carlos Carrasco takes step toward return

CLEVELAND — Carlos Carrasco, out with a left hamstring strain, took another step toward returning to the mound, throwing a side session prior to Monday’s series opener with Cincinnati. Manager Terry Francona said the right-hander would rest for two days before throwing another side session or a simulated game at Class A Lake County on Read More... The post Indians notes: Carlos Carrasco takes step toward return appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.
Plain Dealer May 5, 2016

Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was relieved to learn he'd only miss 4 to 6 weeks

Carrasco has been throwing for the last week. He can play catch without any trouble. He started light jogging earlier this week.

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