ESPN.com "Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco was carted off the field in the top of the first inning on Tuesday night after Chicago White Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera hit a line drive back to the mound, connecting with the left side of the pitcher's face. The ball appeared to have nicked..." April 15
CARRASCO UPDATE: Carrasco's jaw is sore on both sides and he will be pushed back a day. He will start in Chicago on Monday vs. the Sox.
Indians: Carrasco being treated for a jaw contusion. No symptoms of concussion or head injury at this point.
Official: Indians sign RHP Carlos Carrasco to a four-year extension (2015-18) with two team options. Details: pic.twitter.com/Bj9Zjm8HAY
Fox Sports Ohio "The Indians have signed right-handed pitcher Carlos Carrasco to a four-year major-league contract, the team announced Tuesday. The deal is worth a reported $22 million and will keep Carrasco in Cleveland through the 2018 season with club options for 2019 and 2020. The two sides avoided..." April 07
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Want a clue about how badly the Indians didn't want to see Carlos Carrasco start Wednesday against the Angels? So much so that they're going to start Zach McAllister on three days rest for the first time in his career and put Carrasco in the bullpen. This will be Carrasco's second trip to the..." April 29
Cleveland Plain Dealer "As expected, right-hander Carlos Carrasco has dropped his appeal and will begin serving his suspension Sunday. Carrasco, who pitched Saturday, had his suspension reduced from eight to seven games. He will be eligible to start June 17 against Kansas City. On April 9, Carraso hit Kevin..." June 09
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Indians have recalled Carlos Carrasco from Class AAA Columbus to start Saturday against Detroit at Comerica Park. Zach McAllister was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sore right middle finger to make room for Carrasco. Carrasco could drop his appeal to his eight-game suspension..." June 08
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco has been suspended eight games by Major League Baseball for hitting the Yankees' Kevin Youkilis with a pitch Tuesday night against the Yankees at Progressive Field. The suspension, which came with an undisclosed fine, was announced Friday afternoon. It is..." April 12
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Carlos Carrasco cannot escape his past. MLB's long arm of the law will see to that. Whenever Carrasco arrives in the big leagues with the Indians this year, a six-game suspension will await him. Carrasco received the suspension for throwing at Kansas City's Billy Butler on July 29, 2011, at..." February 22