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Indians can’t make it three straight against Boston, fall 10-4: Three Takeaways

2) Fenway Flop

In our preview for Wednesday’s game we shared Carlos Carrasco’s numbers against the Red Sox and at Fenway Park. They aren’t pretty. Entering the contest, Carrasco had appeared in seven games and made five starts against the Red Sox and had a 6.83 ERA – his highest against any one opponent. Meanwhile, at Fenway he had a 7.07 ERA in four appearances.

Well, Carrasco’s struggles in Boston continued. The righty lasted just three and two-third innings on Wednesday night, gave up eight of the Red Sox 14 total hits and five earned runs. This comes after Carrasco had been brilliant in his six previous starts since the All-Star Break. All good things must come to an end.

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