Carlos Carrasco

#59 SP / Cleveland Indians / EXP: 10YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 212 lb Age: 32 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Out with non-baseball medical issue

      Carlos Carrasco was placed on the 10-day injured list with a non-baseball medical condition Wednesday.Carrasco and the Cleveland Indians have not released the exact details of the problem, but the team's statement indicated that he's been diagnosed with some sort of blood condition after feeling lethargic for several weeks. Carrasco will take some time away from baseball to figure out his treatment plan. It's not clear when he'll be able to return to action, but the Indians expect him back at some point this year. His replacement in the rotation has not yet been announced.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Struggles in loss

      Carlos Carrasco (4-6) tossed 6.1 innings in Thursday's loss to the White Sox, surrendering six runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out seven.The loss was Carrasco's third straight and first to the White Sox this year. The right-hander came into the contest with a 2-0 record over the White Sox after not allowing a run or walk over 12 innings, but Thursday was a different story. Carrasco struggled with efficiency, giving up 10 hits to tie his season high dating back to March 31. The 32-year-old racked up his pitch count in the second inning after allowing three consecutive hits, including a two-run double to Eloy Jimenez to give the White Sox a 2-0 lead. It was pretty much downhill from there. Carrasco now holds a 4.98 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 79:11 K:BB. He'll look to get back into the win column at home against Minnesota on Wednesday.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Gives up three runs in loss

      Carlos Carrasco (4-4) gave up three runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out four through five innings, taking the loss to the Athletics on Monday.Carrasco worked in and out of trouble constantly, allowing nine baserunners. The home runs continue to plague the right-hander, as he carries a 1.7 HR/9 this year and gave up two more solo home runs in this start. He has a 4-4 record with a 4.30 ERA through 10 starts this season. Carrasco will make his next start Saturday against the Rays.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Next start coming Monday

      Carlos Carrasco will make his next start Monday against the Athletics, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.The right-hander was originally lined up for a two-start week, but instead Adam Plutko will join the rotation Saturday while Carrasco gets an extra day of rest before getting the ball for Monday's series opener against Oakland. Carrasco has been stellar through three starts this month, compiling a 1.86 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 21:0 K:BB in 19.2 innings.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Earns fourth win

      Carlos Carrasco (4-3) shut out the White Sox over seven innings, allowing six hits and no walks while striking out six to pick up the win Tuesday.The 32-year-old won his second straight start over the White Sox, shutting them out in both games over a combined 12 innings. In Tuesday's game, the White Sox notched two hits in both the first and third innings, but Carrasco quickly ended the threat both times. He has lowered his ERA to 4.18 and his WHIP to 1.16, and currently lines up to face the Orioles at home Sunday.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Yields no runs in five frames

      Carlos Carrasco (3-3) allowed no runs on two hits with no walks and six strikeouts across five innings to earn a rain-shortened complete-game victory against the White Sox on Thursday.The veteran was cruising to a victory anyway, but Carrasco made it through five frames just fast enough for the game to become official before the rain arrived. After a couple rough outings that elevated his ERA close to 6.00, Carrasco probably could've used more scoreless innings under his belt, but the 32-year-old has still thrown three shutout appearances in his last five starts. He is 3-3 with a 4.91 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 56 strikeouts in 40.1 innings this season. He will have a chance to extend his scoreless innings streak against the White Sox in his next start against them Tuesday.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Gives up four homers in no-decision

      Carlos Carrasco allowed four runs on seven hits and zero walks across 7.2 innings during Saturday's 5-4 win over the Mariners. He struck out nine but did not factor in the decision.Carrasco did a fantastic job limiting baserunners Saturday but was hurt by the long ball, though thankfully all four homers he surrendered were solo shots. The 32-year-old had given up four home runs over 27.2 innings this season prior to Saturday. Carrasco will carry a 5.60 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 50:7 K:BB into Thursday's start versus the White Sox.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Strikes out eight in loss

      Carlos Carrasco (2-3) yielded four runs on six hits and two walks in 6.2 innings Sunday, taking the loss against Houston. He gave up a home run and struck out eight batters.Carrasco completed dominated the Astros through six innings, allowing just one hit and no runs. He then got drilled for four runs -- including a three-run homer -- in the seventh inning. He actually lowered his ERA to 5.86 in 27.2 innings on the year. He'll look to get back in the win column against Seattle on Sunday.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: On track for next start

      Carlos Carrasco was diagnosed with a bruised left knee after exiting his start Tuesday against the Marlins and is expected to make his next scheduled turn Sunday in Houston, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.Carrasco looked like he might have sustained a serious injury when he stumbled while attempting to reel in an off-target throw to first base in the fourth inning of Tuesday's start. Though the right-hander was able to stay in the game to finish out the inning, he limped to the dugout after completing the frame and was pulled from the contest. Fortunately, an MRI conducted after the game cleared him of any structural damage, so Carrasco should be good to go for the weekend if he's able to complete his usual between-starts bullpen session without incident.

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      Indians' Carlos Carrasco: Heading for MRI

      Carlos Carrasco will undergo an MRI on his left knee after leaving Tuesday's game against the Marlins, Mandy Bell of MLB.com reports.Carrasco exited Tuesday's game after he collided with a baserunner while covering first base in the fourth inning. The 32-year-old completed the inning, but apparently the knee tightened up between frames, leading to his removal. More information should be available Wednesday.