Carlos Carrasco and T.J. House, Cleveland Indians

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Carlos Carrasco signed team card

These cards…i kind of like them.  When they have autograph events as Progressive, these are the cards that they give out to have signed.  They are, I think, pretty nice.  Really, the only downside is that when I (rarely) have a chance to buy some they are signed in black.

Carlos Luis Carrasco is having a nice–though maybe a little uneven–season.  Still, considering he looked like a bust just a couple seasons ago…I am happy.  It looks like he will be in the Indians rotation for years to come.

Year Age Tm Lg W L ERA G GS SV IP H BB SO ERA+ WHIP
2009 22 CLE AL 0 4 8.87 5 5 0 22.1 40 11 11 49 2.284
2010 23 CLE AL 2 2 3.83 7 7 0 44.2 47 14 38 104 1.366
2011 24 CLE AL 8 9 4.62 21 21 0 124.2 130 40 85 85 1.364
2013 26 CLE AL 1 4 6.75 15 7 0 46.2 64 18 30 57 1.757
2014 27 CLE AL 8 7 2.55 40 14 1 134.0 103 29 140 150 0.985
2015 28 CLE AL 8 5 4.38 13 13 0 74.0 74 18 85 90 1.243
6 Yrs 27 31 4.32 101 67 1 446.1 458 130 389 91 1.317
162 Game Avg. 11 13 4.32 41 27 0 181 185 53 157 91 1.317
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 6/14/2015
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TJ House signed team card

TJ House is pitching in Columbus.  Kind of a bummer.  I really thought that he was going to be an effective #5 pitcher for the Tribe this season…but that has not really happened.  I still think that he has potential, but he will have to light up some batters in AAA to get the call again.  Right now Shaun Marcum is slotted into the last spot of the rotation, and is doing well.

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