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An ERA over 14 means it's been a rough start for T.J.

Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Here's to a better week than the last one!

TRIBE NEWS

Indians blown out in rubber game

LGT (Ryan)

T.J. struggled yesterday, giving up five earned runs and nine base runners in 5 2/3 innings, and the Indians' bat were silent again in a 7-2 loss to Minnesota.

May tosses gem against Tribe

Indians.com

The Tribe only mustered four hits off of Trevor May, who entered never having pitched over six innings without giving up at least three runs.  Yes, that's all kinds of depressing.

Twins turn tables on House

Cleveland.com

Hoynsie is nice enough to point out in his recap that House's ERA dropped after Sunday's performance to 14.14.

Tribe adjust rotation to give Carrasco extra rest

Indians.com

The Indians felt it best to give Carlos Carrasco an additional day to rest his sore jaw, so they are moving Trevor Bauer up a day to take Monday's start against the White Sox.  Carrasco is scheduled to start Tuesday.

Santana hits 100th home run

Cleveland.com

While it would have been a great story if Santana's home run came in a win, it's still a milestone.  Santana hit right-hander J.R. Graham's 3-2 pitch to deep right to reach the century mark.

"I'm happy," said Santana. "I was a long wait for me. I was trying too hard, but I'm excited to hit the 100th home run of my career."

His next goal?

"My next step is 200. You never know," said Santana, who has hit all 100 with the Indians.

MLB NEWS

White Sox calling up super prospect Carlos Rodon

South Side Sox

Rodon is a big left-hander who features a low 90's fastball and a potentially plus-plus slider.  Reports state he will work out of the bullpen initially, but don't be surprised if he's in Chicago's rotation sooner than later.

More Royals ejections and another KC win

Royals Review

Five Royals were ejected after Kelvin Herrera fired a 100 mph fastball behind the A's third baseman Brett Lawrie.  Big hits by the non-ejected Lorenzo Cain and Kendrys Morales fueled Kansas City's comeback.