So much has gone right this season for the Indians. Cleveland entered Saturday seven games up in the American League Central, with a chance to pad that lead against the Tigers.

Yet not everything is going Cleveland’s way. Earlier on Saturday, the Indians learned that Yan Gomes would miss the rest of the season — this just days after Danny Salazar was effectively ruled out for the regular season as well.

In spite of the urban legend, these things don’t tend to come in threes. But sure enough, the Indians received more bad news on Saturday afternoon, as Carlos Carrasco left his start against the Tigers two pitches in after taking a liner off the hand.

The initial diagnosis isn’t good:

More on this story to come.

Source: CBS Sports Headlines / Indians lose Carlos Carrasco to a broken hand just two pitches into start