Indians' Carrasco placed on IL with blood condition

  • null Baseball Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco has been diagnosed with a blood condition and will be sidelined for an undetermined amount of time, the team announced Wednesday. Carrasco, 32, had felt lethargic for several weeks and will take some time away to figure out a treatment plan, the club said. He has been placed on the injured list retroactive to June 2. We have placed RHP Carlos Carrasco on the Injured List due to a non-baseball, medical condition.Please keep Cookie and his family in your thoughts during this challenging time.#RallyTogether— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) June 5, 2019"At this time, our primary concern is Carlos' health and we will respect his wishes to keep this a private matter. We ask everyone to keep Carlos and his family in their thoughts during his challenging time," the team said in a statement.Carrasco is 4-6 with a 4.98 ERA in 12 starts this season. He went 17-10 in 2018 after posting an 18-6 mark in 2017, when he finished fourth in American League Cy Young voting. He has a 3.78 ERA in 219 career appearances over 10 seasons, all with the Indians. It remains unclear when the Venezuelan will rejoin the team, though he is expected to be back at some point this season. Related News 夜网论坛 Craig Kim[......]