ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.: Carlos Carrasco came within one strike of throwing the Cleveland Indians’ first no-hitter since 1981 on Wednesday night, giving up an RBI single to Joey Butler over leaping second baseman Jason Kipnis’ glove in an 8-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.For the third straight night, the Indians took a perfect game into the sixth inning against the Rays. This time, Carrasco retired the first 19 batters before walking Butler with one out in the seventh.Washington’s Max Scherzer lost his perfect game with one strike to go on June 20 but finished with a no-hitter, the...
Plain Dealer 10 hours ago
The Indians have won the first two games of this four-game set against the Rays. The Indians have scored six or more runs in the first two games. It's just the second time this season they've done that consecutively.
The Ledger 8 hours ago
Carlos Carrasco came within one strike of throwing the Cleveland Indians' first no-hitter since 1981 on Wednesday night, giving up an RBI single to Joey Butler over leaping second baseman Jason Kipnis' glove in an 8-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Carlos Carrasco retired 19 straight batters and struck out 13 on Wednesday night, but with two out in the ninth he lost his no-hitter on a two-strike single by Joey Butler.
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago
Carlos Carrasco lost his bid for a no-hitter with two out in the ninth inning Wednesday night at Tropicana Field. Joey Butler ruined it with a clean single to right field.
Tribe Matters | Akron Beacon Journal 10 hours ago
Carlos Carrasco was one strike away. With two outs in the ninth and two strikes in the count, Tampa Bay’s Joey Butler singled to right field just over a leaping Jason Kipnis’ glove. That was the Rays’ first hit of the game, as Carrasco was electric in an 8-1 Indians win. He struck out 13, walked...