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  • After getting hit in the jaw, Indians pitcher Carrasco has 'miraculous' recovery

    CLEVELAND "Cookie" might not be able to eat a cookie for a few days, and he had to hold his mouth because it hurt to laugh at the question. But Carlos Carrasco's recovery was deemed "miraculous" nonetheless. Indians manager Terry Francona said...
  • A day later, Carrasco doesn't recall liner hitting jaw

    Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco realizes how fortunate he was to escape serious injury after being struck in the face by a line drive Tuesday. "It's part of the game," he said Wednesday. "I got a scare, but everything came out OK." Carrasco doesn't...
  • Indians avoid a homestand sweep, defeat White Sox, 4-2

    CLEVELAND Shaking off the mastery of opposing left-handers this season, the Indians claimed a 4-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox Wednesday afternoon at Progressive Field. The Indians snapped a four-game losing streak and avoided getting swept...
  • White Sox's Micah Johnson says it's up to MLB to promote African-American players

    White Sox's Micah Johnson says it's up to MLB to promote African-American players
    CLEVELAND -- Rookie second baseman Micah Johnson wore the No. 42 White Sox uniform for the first time Wednesday afternoon at Progressive Field, an honor of which he said he had dreamed coming up through baseball. Players throughout Major League...
  • Indians' Carlos Carrasco hit by line drive, bruises jaw

    Carlos Carrasco's face was swollen. His jaw was sore. His head hurt. He was lucky. Carrasco didn't sustain any major injuries after being struck on the right side of the face with a line drive hit by Chicago's Melky Cabrera in the first inning of...
  • White Sox ease to victory after scary moment for Indians pitcher

    White Sox ease to victory after scary moment for Indians pitcher
    CLEVELAND — Carlos Carrasco lay face down off the mound for a few intense minutes Tuesday night at Progressive Field, surrounded by trainers concerned after the Indians right-hander took a Melky Cabrera line drive to the face. Carrasco, who...
  • 'Different vibe' as White Sox bullpen shuts down Indians

    'Different vibe' as White Sox bullpen shuts down Indians
    CLEVELAND – The point Tuesday night where White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana handed over the ball to the bullpen with a three-run lead in the seventh inning is where it might have gotten shaky in 2014. But the Sox were using an entirely different...
  • Indians' Carrasco hit in face with line drive in 4-1 loss

    A split-second after throwing a pitch, Carlos Carrasco was face down in the dirt, motionless on the edge of the mound. As Indians manager Terry Francona left the dugout to check his injured starter, he braced himself for the worst. At that moment,...
  • Dodgers are frontrunner to win another NL West crown

    Dodgers are frontrunner to win another NL West crown
    WEST DIVISION 1. Dodgers 2014: 94-68, first place. Last year in playoffs: 2014. Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke are two of the three highest-paid players in the majors. Beyond them, the starting rotation of the best-paid team in sports history...
  • Tax experts warn fantasy sports winners

     Tax experts warn fantasy sports winners
    Around this time each year, baseball fans who scrutinize obscure statistics such as WAR (wins above replacement) and BABIP (batting average on balls in play) gather to draft fantasy teams, the annual rite of passage that, if briefly, justifies their...
  • Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist

    Oakton kindergarten teacher named Golden Apple finalist
    You could say that Gregory Daniels learned a thing or two during three decades of hawking beer in the bleachers of Wrigley Field. "I've grown up at Wrigley Field," said Daniels, who teaches full-day kindergarten at Oakton Elementary School. "That paid...