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Indians split-squad team beats Brewers 7-4, behind Santana, Carrera

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Behind the power bats of Carlos Santana and Ezequiel Carrera, the Cleveland Indians beat the Milwaukee Brewers in a split-squad game 7-4 Sunday in Phoenix.

Santana and Carrera homered while Mike Aviles and Cord Phelps added RBI singles for the Tribe.

Carlos Carrasco started for the Indians and allowed four runs, three earned in one inning. Carrasco missed all of 2012, is coming back from Tommy John surgery.

Two pitchers competing for the four and five spots in the pitching rotation, Scott Kazmir and Trevor Bauer, pitched well, throwing two scoreless innings each.


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Indians place Carrasco on DL; activate Hannahan


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The Cleveland Indians have reinstated infielder Jack Hannahan from the Paternity List.

To make room on the 25-man roster, the team has placed RHP Carlos Carrasco on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation.

Hannahan, who possesses the second best fielding percentage among American League third baseman, was put on the Paternity List on Friday, August 5.

Carrasco felt discomfort in the right elbow area after pitching seven innings at Boston on Wednesday, August 3. The DL transaction is retroactive to Thursday, August 4th and voids the 6-day suspension imposed by Major League Baseball that he began serving that same day. However, he still faces discipline from MLB upon his activation from the disabled list.

On the season, Carrasco is 8-9 with a 4.55 ERA in 21 starts, 124.2 innings pitched, 130 hits, 63 ERA, with 40 walks and 85 strikeouts.


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Indians beat Pirates again, 5-1


Carlos Carrasco (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians, who are only 4-6 in their last 10 games, have been getting well the past two days at the expense of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Interleague play. They are 5-0 against the National League so far in 2011, with a 5-1 win on Saturday.

Cleveland starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco had a no-hitter going into the sixth inning, but eventually gave up a four hits in improving his record to 7-3 on the season and won his third straight start.

Indians offensive stars include outfielder Grady Sizemore who scored two runs and second baseman Orlando Cabrera who hit his third homer of the season.

Pirates starter Paul Maholm was the loser and drops to 3-8 in 2011.


compiled from Cleveland Indians & Pittsburgh Pirates news

Carrasco, Indians, shut out Yankees, 1-0


The Cleveland Indians have been in a slump which happens to all teams in pro sports.

On Monday, they receive a huge pitching performance by one of their young players, Carlos Carrasco who shut down the New York Yankees, 1-0 in Yankee Stadium.

Carrasco allowed five hits in seven innings. He was followed to the mound by Tony Sipp, Vinnie Pestano and Chris Perez to lead the Indians over the Yankees to avoid a series sweep and end a four-game losing streak.

Carlos Carrasco (file photo)

The win was only the second in the last 11 games for the young Indians who are suddenly in a pennant race with the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central Division.

Due to the recent slump, Indians manager Manny Acta changed his batting order which had several players hitting where they are not used to hitting.

Michael Brantley batted third for the first time in the major leagues. Asdrubal Cabrera hit cleanup for the first time in his career. Brantley produced a leadoff triple in the fourth inning and Cabrera scored him with a single to left against losing pitcher A.J. Burnett (6-5). That was the only lead that Cleveland could muster in the four-game series.

New York Yankees shortstop and captain Derek Jeter keeps inching towards the 3,000 hit mark. His first inning single puts him at 2,994. He left the game in the fifth inning because of a strained right calf.


compiled from Cleveland Indians & New York Yankees news


Texas tough on Indians as usual in 7-4 win

Nelson Cruz (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians past two seasons have had a tough time with the Texas Rangers.

The problem has carried over to 2011, at least for one game.

Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco couldn’t make his pitches and his defense faltered at key times in a 7-4 loss to the defending American League champions.

The Rangers have won 13 of 16 games against Cleveland.

Texas won the game with a three-run sixth inning.

The Tribe blew a 3-0 lead that they had built up against David Bush.

Carrasco pitched 6 innings, allowed eight hits, six runs, five earned with two walks and no strikeouts as his record fell to 4-3 on the season.

Michael Kirkman was the winner, pitching three innings, allowing a hit, an earned run with two walks and four strikeouts to go to 1-0 on the season.


compiled from Cleveland Indians & Texas Rangers news


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