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After some serious bumps in the road, former Phillies prospect Carlos Carrasco is headed back to full health and is focused on a successful future in the big leagues.
As a highly rated prospect in the Phillies’ organization, Carrasco once battled for an opening day roster spot with the Phils. During spring training 2009, the right-hander appeared in six games, posting a 2-2 record with a 5.95 ERA. The statistics weren’t overly impressive, but the “stuff” was there, just as it had been six months prior when he posted a 1.72 ERA over six starts as a 21-year-old in Triple-A. Philies brass, as well as scouts throughout baseball, saw great potential in the Venezuelan hurler and he became a sought-after commodity.
By mid-season that year, Carrasco would become the key prospect dealt in a package that allowed the Phillies to acquire Indians ace Cliff Lee. By the end of that season, at age 22, Carrasco had made his big league debut for the Indians, while Lee led a charge to the World Ser...
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I love Twitter. I can honestly say it has changed my life. Its my one-stop shop for news, sports, and comedy. The beauty of Twitter is also that you can interact with others who are reading about the same subjects as you are if you so shall please. I think back to late May/early June when my Twitter timeline was FLOODED with Tribe fans asking me how the team could not be bringing...
Having taken some time off from the microblogging platform Twitter, citing personal attacks to him and his family, Cleveland Indians team president Mark Shapiro has returned to reconnect with fans.
Want to reconnect with all of you Tribe fans. Sorry for my absence, been a rough time for all & I stepped back to focus on leading the org
— Mark Shapiro (@MarkShapiro) September...
Travis Hafner is back as the Cleveland Indians' designated hitter.
Cleveland activated Hafner from the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday, and manager Manny Acta put him in the No. 6 slot in the starting lineup against the Minnesota Twins.
Hafner had been sidelined since Aug. 6 with lower black inflammation, the latest in a series of ailments that have plagued the 35-year-old...
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The Indians may be well out of the postseason hunt, but it doesn’t appear that they have stopped trying. Third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall came through with a walk-off single against Detroit on Sunday and his teammates were just as excited about it as a playoff contender would be. In fact, they may have been too excited.
As you can see at about...
Cleveland Indians designated hitter Lonnie Chisenhall hit a game winning walk-off RBI single to beat the Detroit Tigers 7-6 on Sunday at Progressive Field. However, some of his teammates may have gotten a little carried away while celebrating the victory as they congratulated Chisenhall by grabbing his butt.
Guys, can you keep your hands above the waist, please? Think about...
It was reported yesterday that designated hitter Travis
Hafner could rejoin the Cleveland Indians lineup this week. When Wednesday’s lineup was announced it became
clear that not only would Hafner be available, but he was actually starting and
batting sixth for the Tribe:
Sept 19 #Indians lineup: Choo RF
Cleveland Indians left-hander Rafael Perez has suffered a
setback while rehabbing a left shoulder injury and will be shut down for the
remainder of the season, reports Jordan Bastian of MLB.com:
LHP Rafael Perez (left lat) suffered setback with his shoulder. Acta said lefty will not pitch again this season.
— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) September 18, 2012
Roster Update: Travis Hafner has been activated from the disabled list and is in the lineup for tonight's game.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Darin Mastroianni scored the go-ahead run from second base on an infield hit in a two-run 12th inning and the Minnesota Twins beat Cleveland 6-4 on Tuesday night, tying the Indians for fourth place in the AL Central.
Mastroianni singled with two outs and stole second off Scott Maine (1-1), the team-record 10th pitcher used by Cleveland. Alexi Casilla then poked...
Player of the Game
With a meaningless home run after the game had already been lost, Carlos Santana won tonight's Player of the Game. He scored two of the Indians five runs and finished with a POG score of 3.45.
Rehab Update: The Indians announced today that Travis Hafner could return to the lineup as early as this week. He should immediately go back to his normal...
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Josh Willingham had four hits and four RBIs, Liam Hendriks finally got his first career win and the Minnesota Twins beat Cleveland 6-4 Wednesday night, dropping the Indians into last place in the AL Central.
Willingham belted a tiebreaking two-run homer off Zach McAllister (5-8) in the fifth inning, giving Minnesota a 4-2 lead. He also had three singles.
Darin Mastroianni scored the go-ahead run from second base on an infield hit in a two-run 12th inning and the Minnesota Twins beat Cleveland 6-4 on Tuesday night, tying the Indians for fourth place in the AL Central.
Mastroianni singled with two outs and stole second off Scott Maine (1-1), the team-record 10th pitcher used by Cleveland. Alexi Casilla then poked a ball between first...
By MATT BEARDMORE,
STATS WriterThe Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians are well out of the AL Central race, but they'll both have a major impact on which team finishes first.Their matchup this week could help determine if Minnesota or Cleveland ends up last.The Twins will try to snap a three-game skid when they go for a fourth consecutive victory over the Indians on Tuesday...
The Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians are well out of the AL Central race, but they'll both have a major impact on which team finishes first.
Their matchup this week could help determine if Minnesota or Cleveland ends up last.
The Twins will try to snap a three-game skid when they go for a fourth consecutive victory over the Indians on Tuesday night.
Long out of the playoff...