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Carlos Carrasco feeling good after bullpen session

Morning news and notes for Tuesday, June 26, 2018.

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Indians 0, Cardinals 4

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The rain came and the Cleveland bats vanished. After a lengthy two hour rain delay, the Indians managed just four hits off of Cardinals pitching on Monday night to end their winning streak and take a loss in game 1 of this series.

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Carrasco feels ‘back to normal’ after testing arm | MLB

Carrasco hit the DL on June 16 after getting hit by a comeback liner on the arm. After his bullpen session on Monday, however, he said that he’s feeling good and it feels back to normal. All great signs so far in the recovery process for Cookie.

Yan Gomes’ refined approach at the plate paying off for Cleveland Indians |

Yan Gomes has bee solid at the plate this season, and simplifying his approach has been a big contributing factor. He’s also put himself in better positions to take better swings and utilize his bat speed, according to Tito.

RHP Ethan Hankins, Cleveland Indians’ 2nd pick, throws them a curveball |

Hankins was always going to be tough to sign, and that signing just got a little tougher as Ethan Hankins has signed with a community college in Florida.

Trevor Bauer and a Month of Cleveland’s Rotation | FanGraphs

The Indians’ rotation has been a monster for opponents this past month, and it’s been thanks in large part to the emergence of Trevor Bauer.

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