CLEVELAND – The Indians are going to be getting back one of their big four of the rotation, as Carlos Carrasco will return to the team on Tuesday in Chicago.
Carrasco, who went on the disabled list on August 25th, will be on the mound Tuesday night when the Indians play the White Sox.
The Tribe hurler, who is 12-9 with a 3.53 ERA this season, had a bullpen session on Saturday and it went well enough for the team to state that he’ll be ready to go this week.
Carrasco has 173 strikeouts this season, tied with Danny Salazar for second best on the team behind Corey Kulber.
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