I’m back again to close out your week by talking about pitch comps. I’ve talked about pitch comps a lot lately, looking at Henderson Alvarez, and Mariano Rivera, and Cole Hamels, and so on. Pitch comps love Marcus Stroman. Not coincidentally, I also love Marcus Stroman, but this is going to be about a different […]
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) The Indians are counting on Carlos Carrasco to solidify their young pitching staff.
And manager Terry Francona says it's about confidence for the pitcher, who finished last season strongly after losing his spot in the rotation early on.
Francona said Thursday at the start of spring training that the way Carrasco pitched, he deserves Cleveland to be all-in on...
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By this point you might feel like you know enough about the Carlos Carrasco story. Carrasco is coming off what looks like a breakthrough season. It was also his age-27 season, and previously, he was mostly regarded as a bust. He first showed up in the Baseball America top-100 before 2007, when the No. 1 […]
The Cleveland Indians have a pretty good track record of avoiding arbitration and coming to agreements. They won’t have any problem continuing that reputation as they’ve reportedly come to deals with Marc Rzepczynski, Carlos Carrasco and Lonnie Chisenhall for one-year deals.
.@Indians, LHP Marc Rzepczynski ($2.4M) and RHP Carlos Carrasco ($2.3M) avoid arbitration with 1-year...
The Indians have avoided salary arbitration with pitcher Carlos Carrasco.
According to Jon Heyman of CBSsports.com, the one-year deal is worth $2,337,500. Had it reached arbitration, MLBTradeRumors.com estimated Carrasco would have made $1.4 million.This was the first year that the right-hander, who was second on the team in wins with eight, was eligible for arbitration.
The 2014 season was hardly what Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco would have expected.
For six years, the Indians have been waiting for positive results from one of the pieces acquired in the 2009 trade with Philadelphia that dealt the reigning Cy Young award winning pitcher, left-hander Cliff Lee, to the Phillies for four players.
A half dozen years later, Carrasco is the...
The Cleveland Indians have been starting a pitcher in their rotation that looks like Carlos Carrasco the last two times through the rotation.
Physically, he looks like the pitcher the Indians traded for in July 2008 and promoted to their big league roster as early as September 2009, but once the ball leaves his hand, it hasn’t looked much like the previous parts of the last five...
The Indians are 11-15 and have played some pretty sloppy baseball throughout April. When a team is off to such a start and has played so poorly in almost every facet of the game, some changes are going to be made.
The first such significant change was the announcement after Monday night's game in Anaheim that Carlos Carrasco has been moved to the bullpen.
Carrasco, 27, went 0-3 with...
Paul Hoynes reported late Monday/early Tuesday that Tribe starter Carlos Carrasco will not make his next scheduled start. He will be moved to the bullpen and another starter will be added in the future.
Carrasco out of rotation. McAllister will start Wed on short rest. Starter will be added meat future. Carrasco staying in pen.
— paul hoynes (@hoynsie) April 29, 2014
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CLEVELAND -- Carlos Carrasco said throughout spring training that he was ready both physically and mentally to be a starting Major League pitcher. After two outings where he has given up nine earned runs in 10 1/3 innings, Carrasco knows Sunday's start against Toronto might be one last opportunity to show he can remain in the rotation.
"This start is really important because my two...