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Shaun Marcum clears waivers, accepts assignment to AAA Columbus

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Plus, Carlos Carrasco is OK, to have next start moved back one day.

Trevor Bauer pitches Indians to 4-2 win, moving his record to 2-0.
Trevor Bauer pitches Indians to 4-2 win, moving his record to 2-0.
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Cleveland 4 - Chicago (AL) 2

Cleveland Indians overcome Chicago White Sox to end losing home skid - Let's Go Tribe - The Tribe ended a four-game losing run in an exciting fashion this afternoon. After rushing out to a 4-0 lead they were forced to endure a furious onslaught but ultimately prevailed.

Bauer, Chisenhall send Tribe to two-game split with Sox | indians.com - Right-hander Trevor Bauer logged six strong innings, picking up his second win in as many starts and helping the Indians to a 4-2 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday afternoon at Progressive Field. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for Cleveland.

Cleveland Indians end four-game losing streak with 4-2 win over White Sox | cleveland.com - Right-hander Trevor Bauer pitched six innings to win his second game in as many starts for the Indians.

Carlos Carrasco Update

Carrasco feeling better; Tribe looking at Monday start | indians.com - Carrasco has improved to the point that Cleveland only believes it will need to push the 28-year-old's next scheduled start back by one day

Line drive can't make Cleveland Indians Carlos "Cookie' Carrasco crumble (photos, video) | cleveland.com - Carlos Carrasco, hit in the jaw by a line drive on Tuesday night, will make his next start Monday against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.

Shaun Marcum Update

Marcum clears waivers, accepts Columbus assignment | indians.com - One day after being designated, Marcum cleared waivers and accepted an outright assignment to Triple-A Columbus, where he will slot back into the rotation.

Other Tribe News

Tribe righty Bauer pleased with way season has started | indians.com - It was a strange spring for Trevor Bauer, and his enigmatic ways have lingered into the early portion of the regular season. After two victories and a near no-hitter, the young Indians right-hander is not about to complain too much about the interesting opening to his campaign.

Terry Francona celebrates, reflects on meaning of Jackie Robinson's 68th anniversary (photos) | cleveland.com
In celebration of Jackie Robinson's 68th anniversary of breaking the color barrier in the big leagues, every big league player, manager, coach and umpire wore No.42 on Wednesday.

Maltz Museum’s Baseball Exhibit Examines Sport’s ‘Richness and Diversity’ | Scene and Heard: Scene's News Blog | Cleveland Scene - A few years ago, Ivy Weingram, associate curator at the National Museum of American Jewish Heritage, began putting together a story about our national pastime....

Around the Horn

Lifelong Dodgers fan finally lives out dream – Santa Monica Daily Press - LGFT David Huff starts for the Dodgers

Not every hot start in MLB should be dismissed. | SportsonEarth.com : Anthony Castrovince Article - Very little in this world lends itself to a reliable conclusion at an early stage. So given that we're only roughly five percent of the way through the 2015 baseball season, let's just say these are 15 things we're cautiously encouraged by thus far.

Justin Verlander cut his simulated game short | HardballTalk - Justin Verlander, who has been dealing with a triceps strain, only went three innings in a simulated game Wednesday. He was supposed to go four.

MLB trying to figure out stanozolol comeback - NY Daily News - So much for the end of baseball’s Steroid Era.