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59 Carlos Carrasco SP
Height/Weight: 6-3/212 | Birthdate: 3/21/1987 | Birthplace: Barquisimeto, Lara, Venezuela | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Cleveland | College: No College | MLB Experience: 6 | Salary: $490,000 | Owned/Started%: 97/82 | Average Draft Position: 62.46
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Indians' Francona says there is no concerns with Carlos Carrasco


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/22/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco checked out fine Wednesday after being limited to 60 pitches Tuesday against the White Sox because he was experiencing general tightness in the cold weather, per MLB.com.

"It was maybe the first three or four [pitches] every inning," manager Terry Francona said. "He was just tight. It was kind of ambiguous.

"He came in [Wednesday] morning and said he felt really good. [Pitching coach] Mickey [Callaway] and me will go out and watch him throw, but I don't think that [trainer] James [Quinlan] thinks there's anything. Maybe I overreacted. If that's the case, that's one thing I won't apologize for."

Carrasco is scheduled to make his next start Sunday against the Tigers.


Indians starter Carlos Carrasco fans eight on Tuesday in victory


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(4/21/2015) Indians starter Carlos Carrasco (2-1) struck out eight batters in five innings on Tuesday and took the win against the White Sox.

The lone run he allowed was a first-inning solo shot from Jose Abreu.

"I felt a little bit tight, so they took me out," Carrasco said. "I missed a week or something like that, so they wanted to take care of it and they did the right move."

"I thought he pitched really well," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "I thought he used his off speed especially well tonight."

Carrasco returns to the hill on Sunday in Detroit.


Carlos Carrasco, Trevor Bauer trading spots in Indians' rotation


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/19/2015) The Indians are shuffling places in their starting rotation. Carlos Carrasco and Trevor Bauer will swap places, per MLB.com

Bauer is now going to start on Monday and Carrasco will get the ball for Tuesday's game. 


Indians P Carlos Carrasco throws bullpen session, set to start Monday


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/17/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco tossed a 35-pitch bullpen session Friday and pitching coach Mickey Callaway said the right hander looked good but his jaw is still sore, reports MLB.com.

Carrasco was hit in the jaw with a line drive April 14 and left the game.

Carrasco's scheduled start for Sunday will be pushed back to Monday against the White Sox.

Indians' Carlos Carrasco: I blacked out after taking line drive to the jaw


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/16/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco doesn't recall being hit by Melky Cabrera's line drive Tuesday night -- an injury that sent him to the hospital for X-rays and a CT scan, according tothe Associated Press.

"I remember James came to me and started talking," Carrasco said. "That's the part I remember. When I got hit, I saw everything blurry and I blacked out."

Carrasco, who signed a $22 million, four-year contract last week, told reporters he watched the replay of the incident once on Wednesday, and has no plans to watch it again.

"It's part of the game," Carrasco said Wednesday. "I got a scare, but everything came out OK."

Carrasco is dealing with soreness in both sides of his jaw. He will have his start pushed to Monday against the White Sox instead of Sunday against the Twins after the incident.

"It's already behind me. I'm getting ready for my next start," Carrasco said.


Indians SP Carlos Carrasco (jaw) pushed back a day in rotation


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/15/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco will start Monday against the White Sox instead of Sunday against the Twins after getting struck in the jaw Tuesday by a line drive, the team announced Wednesday. The Indians added Carrasco's jaw is sore on both sides.

"For everything that happened, I think it's miraculous," Francona said of Carrasco's condition, per MLB.com. "His jaw is sore on both sides, but he's in a good place.

"I do think there's a little swelling, but I'm glad there's not [anything more]. I think he thinks he's going to be just fine, which is more important than anything."

The Indians have not indicated who will start Sunday. 

Carrasco was struck in the face by a line drive off the bat of Melky Cabrera in the first inning of Tuesday's game. He was lying face down in the dirt and motionless on the edge of the mound. Carrasco was on the ground for several minutes before he eventually was carted off the field.

Francona told reporters Tuesday that Carrasco was initially not very responsive when he was being evaluated, per the Associated Press. Carrasco was taken to the hospital, where X-rays came back negative. 


Indians' Carrasco carted off after taking a line drive to the face


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was carted off the field after taking a line drive in the head off the bat of Melky Cabrera in the first inning, per the team's official website. Cabrera's line drive deflected off his wrist before it hit him near the jaw area.

Carrasco was helped off the ground and placed on the cart for further examination. Zach McAllister took over for Carrasco with no outs in the opening frame. He underwent X-rays and CT scans at the the Lutheran Medical Center, which revealed a bruised jaw and no symptoms of a concussion or a head injury.

"A line drive in that vicinity [near the head] is a scary moment," McAllister said, per the Northeast Ohio Media Group. "It really slows down on you. The ball is in slow motion. You can't make the play or get out of the way quick enough."

Carrasco is scheduled to start Sunday at Minnesota, but that remains to be seen. He'll likely be evaluated before the Indians make a decision on his status for Sunday's start.

"We have to check him in the morning and see how he's doing," manager Terry Francona said. "In the big picture, we dodged a really big bullet."


Indians' Carlos Carrasco strikes out 10, wins season debut


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco allowed just three hits and one walk in 6 1/3 scoreless innings while striking out 10 in his team's 2-0 victory over the Astros in Houston Wednesday.

Carrasco racked up double-digit strikeouts in three of his six September starts last season, and picked up right where he left off in his season debut Wednesday, limiting the Astros to a double, two singles and one walk. His next start will likely come Wednesday against the White Sox.


Indians' Carlos Carrasco underwent non-invasive heart surgery in 2014


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/8/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco underwent a non-invasive heart procedure last October, something the team didn't know about until after he signed his four-year extension, according to FOXSports.com.

Carrasco also dealt with palpitations during spring training, requiring more medication to regulate his heartbeat. Carrasco said he first felt it after the season ended and was really scared to go under the knife.

"I think it's safe to say that we were comfortable that he was getting the right medical treatment and he'd be fine," Indians manager Terry Francona to the Akron Beacon-Journal. "It's not like a sprained wrist, though. It's not something you mess around with. But I think everybody was comfortable knowing how it was taken care of and what he has to do. So it's not really an issue."


Indians finalize deal for pitcher Carlos Carrasco


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2015) The Indians have completed their new contract for pitcher Carlos Carrasco, the team announced Tuesday. Carrasco signed a four-year deal through 2018 with two club options included. 

The deal is believed to be worth roughly $22 million over the life of the contract, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman. Carrasco posted a 2.55 ERA with an 8-7 record and 140 strikeouts over 134 innings in 2014.


Indians agree to terms on extension with Carlos Carrasco


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(4/5/2015) The Indians have agreed to terms on a contract extension with pitcher Carlos Carrasco.

According to CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman, the deal includes a three-year extension starting in 2016, with two club option years. The guaranteed money will be about $22 million. 


Report: Indians working on a deal with P Carlos Carrasco


by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com
(4/4/2015) The Indians are working on a deal with pitcher Carlos Carrasco, according to FoxSports.com.

Carrasco, 28, started two games for the Indians this spring, posting an ERA of 2.70 with four strikeouts and two walks. In 2014, the right-hander finished with an ERA of 2.55 in 134 innings pitched with 140 strikeouts and only 29 walks.


Indians P Carlos Carrasco rocked in loss to Brewers


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/3/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco struggled through 2 1/3 innings of work in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Brewers. 

Carrasco accounted for five earned runs in the game. He gave up two in the top of the second with the Brewers scoring their remaining four in the top of the third. Carrasco was pulled with the Indians down 5-3 with one out in the top of the third. 

Carrasco struck out two batters, walked two and gave up six hits. He surrendered one home run. He concludes his spring with an ERA of 7.00. 

Via MLB.com, Carrasco said his poor game was a result of some mechanical issues

"Today in the game, I kind of fell a little bit behind the hitters," Carrasco said. "I felt a little bit tired, but I'm ready. It was more probably my mechanics today. I was a little bit on the side instead of up, but I feel fine.

"I'm really happy [with my spring]. Whatever happened today, I'll just learn from that."


Indians line up rotation, Zach McAllister to pitch home opener


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/1/2015) Indians manager Terry Francona has set the rotation for the first week of the season, with Zach McAllister slated to serve as the No. 4 starter and pitch the team's home opener next Friday against the Tigers, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Corey Kluber draws the Opening Day assignment Monday against the Astros after winning the AL Cy Young award in 2014. He'll be followed by Carlos Carrasco Tuesday and Trevor Bauer Wednesday. McAllister will then face the Tigers Friday, with T.J. House taking the mound Saturday and Kluber pitching Sunday.


Carlos Carrasco slated to pitch for Indians on Friday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/31/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco is scheduled to pitch on Friday, according to FOX Sports Ohio. Carrasco is out out of town for the birth of his child, and is expected to rejoin the club Tuesday night.

Carrasco scratched to attend birth of child; House to start Sunday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/28/2015) Indians rotation hopeful T.J. House is scheduled to start on Sunday against the White Sox, according to MLB.com. House will replace Carlos Carrasco, who was scratched for personal reasons. Carrasco is out out of town for the birth of his child, per MLB.com.

Indians SP Carlos Carrasco dominant in minor-league spring start


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/25/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco was dominant during his minor-league start Wednesday. The right-hander struck out 10 in 5 2/3 scoreless innings, while allowing one hit and no walks, per MLB.com.

Carrasco was regularly pitching in the mid-90s and topped out at 97 mph. Carrasco has a 2.70 ERA through two spring starts.

"I felt great," Carrasco said. "I found what I've been looking for -- the same tempo as last year and the same mentality as last year and the location. That's the most important thing. My location for everything -- my fastball, curveball, slider, changeup -- that was great."


Indians SP Carlos Carrasco allows one run vs. Mariners


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/20/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco surrendered one earned run on six hits and two walks in 3 2/3 innings while striking out two in Thursday's spring start against the Mariners.

Carrasco was scratched from his previously scheduled start Saturday due to illness but was able to throw Monday before returning to action Thursday. His start Thursday was just his second of the spring after giving up one earned run in three innings in his Cactus League debut.

"He had pretty much almost 10 days off," Indians manager Terry Francona said, per MLB.com. "All things considered, I thought there was a little rust. I thought, as he got into that fourth, he was starting to get on the side of it a little bit [with his mechanics], which is to be expected. But I thought overall he was OK."

Carrasco is expected to serve as the team's No. 2 option in the rotation this season.


Indians' Carlos Carrasco (illness) to throw Monday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/16/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco will throw off a mound Monday and is set to make his next start Thursday, MLB.com reports.

Carrasco was scratched from Saturday's scheduled start due to illness. He's made just one appearance this spring, giving up one earned run in three innings.


Carlos Carrasco scratched from Indians' start with illness


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(3/14/2015) Carlos Carrasco was scratched from Saturday's start for the Indians. The team announced that the righthander is suffering from an illness. 

Bruce Chen will start in Carrasco's place. 

Carrasco has allowed one run and two hits in three innings this spring. 


Indians P Carlos Carrasco gives up run in win over Mariners


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(3/9/2015) Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco surrendered one run in three innings during Cleveland's 4-3 win over the Mariners on Monday. 

Carrasco allowed two hits and struck out two batters. 

"I feel aggressive and I attack the hitter, and that's what I learned last year," Carrasco said, per MLB.com. "I learned that from [Corey] Kluber last year. Every time he pitched, I watched everything he did. That's something I wanted to bring to Spring Training, and I found out today that it's there."

In 2014, Carrasco posted a 2.55 ERA and had a 140/29 K/BB ratio in 134 innings.


Indians SP Carlos Carrasco throws in 'B' game Thursday


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/5/2015) Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco threw two innings in a "B" game against the Reds on Thursday morning. Pitching coach Mickey Callaway was pleased with what he saw from the right-handed pitcher.

"He had a good tempo. He wasn't overdoing it," Callaway said, per MLB.com. "The thing that worried me coming into spring was we talked about intent and letting it go and pitching like you're out of the 'pen. Well, we don't want him doing that right now. We don't want him averaging 97 yet. He did a really good job of controlling his effort level."


Indians expect more of 'confident' Carlos Carrasco in 2015


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/20/2015) Indians manager Terry Francona spoke highly of Carlos Carrasco's confidence late last season, and is expecting the right-hander to solidify his rotation in 2015, per the Associated Press.

"Last year, we were curious," Francona said. "The way he pitched, he deserves for us to be all-in.

"There is not one ounce of difference in his stuff," Francona said. "The difference was in his confidence. You never know when they are going to get it. That's why you don't want to be the organization that gives up too soon on talent like that."

Carrasco started 2014 as a starter but was demoted to the bullpen after four rough outings in late April. The 27-year-old regained his role as a starter in August, registering a 1.30 in his final 10 starts of the year.He's slated to open the season in the team's rotation.


Indians, Carlos Carrasco avoid arbitration


by Jeff Borzello | College Basketball Writer
(1/15/2015) The Indians have avoided arbitration with pitcher Carlos Carrasco, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.

Carrasco is set to make $2,337,500 million next season. The 27-year-old enjoyed a breakout year, posting a 2.55 ERA over 134 innings. Carrasco was particularly excellent in the second half, posting a 1.72 ERA over 78 2/3 innings. He's slated to open the season in the team's rotation.


Four of the five spots in Indians' rotation already decided


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/16/2014) Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said Tuesday that Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Trevor Bauer and Gavin Floyd have secured spots in the rotation for 2015.

He added Zach McAllister, Josh Tomlin, Danny Salazar and T.J. House will be competing for the final spot in the rotation this spring.