The last time Carlos Carrasco faced the White Sox, he took a line drive off the jaw that sent him to the hospital. Last night, he pitched five innings against them to earn the decision in the Indians 6-2 win.
Starters Carlos Carrasco and TJ House turned in mixed results Thursday night, but the Indians flashed some good defense, while Zach McAllister looked good in relief and Francisco Lindor continued to pound the baseball.
Feast or famine offenses rarely work, but it was good to see the Indians swing the bats, especially Brandon Moss, in Friday's night's win over the Tigers. Danny Salazar, meanwhile, had his second impressive start for the Indians.
Carlos Carrasco pitched five innings for the win Tuesday night and the Indians tied a season high six runs to beat Chicago. It was Carrasco first start since Chicago's Melky Cabrera hit in the jaw with a line drive on April 14.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Indians have talked to recently retired John McDonald about joining the organization. It's unclear what role McDonald would fill, but it would probably be along the lines of a special advisor to the baseball operations department....