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Fantasy Update

Apr 13, 2014
KFFL
Cleveland Indians SP Carlos Carrasco will be available out of the bullpen for several days ...
Apr 12, 2014
Rotoworld
Carlos Carrasco will have his next start pushed back until Saturday against the Blue Jays.
KFFL Apr 13, 2014

Indians | Carlos Carrasco available in relief

Cleveland Indians SP Carlos Carrasco will be available out of the bullpen for several days ...
Plain Dealer Apr 12, 2014

"Tired' Carlos Carrasco headed to bullpen: Cleveland Indians notes (video)

Carlos Carrasco says he got tired in the last two innings of Friday's start against Chicago. Piching coach Mickey Callaway doesn't know why he'd get tired.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 12, 2014

Indians report: Carlos Carrasco to skip next start

CHICAGO: Carlos Carrasco knows he must prove to the Indians why he deserved the fifth spot in the rotation.But as manager Terry Francona tries to help an overworked bullpen, a situation Carrasco helped create by going just 4⅔ innings in Friday’s loss to the Chicago White Sox, Carrasco will skip his next scheduled start.With an off day on Monday, Francona said Carrasco will be available to pitch out of the bullpen in the first two games of a three-game series in Detroit that begins Tuesday.Carrasco’s next start is slated for Saturday at home against the Toronto Blue Jays.The change will...
Plain Dealer Apr 12, 2014

RHP Carlos Carrasco off, again, in loss at Chicago: DMan's Report, Game 11 Friday

Indians pitchers walked nine in a 9-6 loss to the White Sox on Friday night in Chicago.
Rotoworld Apr 12, 2014

Carlos Carrasco has next start pushed back - Carlos Carrasco (S) Cleveland Indians

Carlos Carrasco will have his next start pushed back until Saturday against the Blue Jays.
Plain Dealer Apr 12, 2014

Cleveland Indians can't keep up behind an erratic Carlos Carrasco in 9-6 loss to White Sox

Carlos Carrasco offered the Indians' second straight abbreviated start as Chicago topped the Tribe, 8-5.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 7, 2014

Indians report: Carlos Carrasco getting his opportunity to put it together

CLEVELAND: Carlos Carrasco has yet to put it all together as a starting pitcher, but the Indians are going to give him his chance.Carrasco, 27, beat out Josh Tomlin — who had better spring training numbers, though that can’t always be trusted — for the final spot in the rotation this spring, much in part thanks to the impressive tools he’s flashed in previous outings.He just hasn’t yet combined all those physical tools, nor has he connected all of it with the mental side of his game. But the Indians seem intent on seeing if he can figure it out sooner rather than later.“I think at...
Twinkie Town Apr 6, 2014
Twins 7, Indians 3: Gardenhire Wins 1000th as Offense Leads

Twins 7, Indians 3: Gardenhire Wins 1000th as Offense Leads

Congrats to Ron Gardenhire on win number 1,000. Saturday afternoon's game kicked off with a bang, with Brian Dozier taking Carlos Carrasco deep on the second pitch of the contest. The Twins didn't look back, with Jason Kubel and Josmil Pinto picking up run-scoring singles to give Minnesota a 3-0 lead before Kyle Gibson even took the mound. Trevor Plouffe cracked his third double of the season to bring in Chris Colabello in the third, and then he scored when Yan Gomes couldn't handle an offering from Carrasco. Gibson went just five innings but he also surrendered just one run, allowing...
Plain Dealer Apr 6, 2014
Twins rough up Carlos Carrasco early to beat Cleveland Indians, 7-3

Twins rough up Carlos Carrasco early to beat Cleveland Indians, 7-3

The Twins scored three runs in the first inning and then cruised past the Indians on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field.
Columbus Dispatch Apr 6, 2014

Twins 7, Indians 3: Twins hammer Carrasco early

CLEVELAND (AP) — Carlos Carrasco started poorly, straightened himself out and wound up having a fairly decent season debut for the Indians. One bad inning cost him dearly.
Chronicle-Telegram Apr 6, 2014

Carlos Carrasco shelled early as Indians fall to Twins

CLEVELAND — The pomp and circumstance from the home opener was gone and so was the dramatic victory Saturday at Progressive Field. A day after rallying to win their first game at home in front of a sellout crowd, the Indians dropped a lackluster decision to the Twins, 7-3, with only 14,153 fans in attendance. Read More...The post Carlos Carrasco shelled early as Indians fall to Twins appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
News-Herald Apr 6, 2014
Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' dilemma is how much patience to show with Carlos Carrasco

Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' dilemma is how much patience to show with Carlos Carrasco

Ah, yes. The Carrasco conundrum. Sort of like the Indians' version of "Hello Newman," only with a better fastball. The Carlos Carrasco conundrum made its 2014 debut on the mound at Progressive Field on April 5 as the launching pad/punching bag in the Indians' 7-3 loss to Minnesota. Carrasco is the Indians' No.
News-Herald Apr 5, 2014
Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' dilemma is how much patience to show with Carlos Carrasco

Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Indians' dilemma is how much patience to show with Carlos Carrasco

Ah, yes. The Carrasco conundrum. Sort of like the Indians' version of "Hello Newman," only with a better fastball. The Carrasco conundrum made its 2014 debut on the mound at Progressive Field on April 5 as the launching pad/punching bag in the Indians' 7-3 loss to Minnesota. Carrasco is the Indians' No.

Twins 7, Indians 3 — Ryan Lewis' Final Thoughts from a frigid loss

Here are 10 final thoughts for the 10 fingers and toes many of you froze off today to root for the Indians, who lost 7-3 to the Twins.  1. First thought: It was cold, even in the first row of the press box. People call baseball games cold when it's 55. It felt like below-freezing for parts of the day, and it was windy. For those who braved that, bravo. You earned your stripes.  2. As for the game, it looked bleak—literally—two pitches in, after Brian Dozier took Carlos Carrasco deep for a solo shot. Truth be told, I was actually still in the media dining room finishing a quick...
News-Herald Apr 5, 2014
Cleveland Indians: Carlos Carrasco pitches poorly and well; Minnesota Twins win 7-3

Cleveland Indians: Carlos Carrasco pitches poorly and well; Minnesota Twins win 7-3

Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was Carlos Carrasco April 5 - a little good Carrasco and a little bad Carrasco. The bad was worse than the good, however, and it resulted in a 7-3 Tribe loss to the Minnesota Twins. Carrasco gave up three runs in the first inning, including a home run by Brian Dozier on Carrasco's second pitch of the game.

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