Cleveland right-hander Carlos Carrasco was diagnosed with a blood disorder and "relinquished baseball activities to explore optimal treatment and recovery options," the team announced on Wednesday for some weeks to be lethargic Details of Carrascos Disease "are shared with Carlos and his family at their discretion".
It is not known when he could rejoin the club, but the team said it would expect him to return "point this season."
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̵1; Cleveland Indians (@Indians) June 5, 2019  "At this time, Carlos & # 39; health is our main concern and us will respect his desire to keep it private, "said the team.
Carrasco, 32, was retroactively placed on the 10-day list of casualties June 2. He is 4-6 with a 4.98 ERA in 12 starts this season and has contested his entire 10-season Big League career in Cleveland with a 83-68 record in 219 appearances (183 starts).
Carrasco, who went from 17 to 10 in 2018 after setting an 18-6 mark in 2017, signed a $ 47 million four-year contract in December, and selected outfielder Greg Allen as the A Columbus, reminding of the right-handed Jon Edwards and Nick Goody of Triple-A.
The A ssociated Press has contributed to this report.