The way Carrasco was pitching, why would he?
"I thought Carrasco was tremendous," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "He's obviously pitching with a lot of confidence, and he should."
Carrasco (4-2) pitched seven innings to remain unbeaten on the road. The right-hander is 4-0 with a 1.35 ERA in four road starts this season.
"Every pitch Gomes called, I could throw for a strike," he said.
Making his 150th appearance, Carrasco allowed three hits, all singles. He walked none and struck out seven, one shy of his season high.
"We've all known he's had the talent and he's putting it together," Gomes said.
Carrasco improved to 3-1 in seven games against Toronto.
"He's always been tough on us," manager John Gibbons said. "He lives at the knees, so he's going to get a lot of ground balls and things like that, and he can strike you out, too."
Lonnie Chisenhall reached base three times for the Indians, who scored more than three runs for the first time since a 12-4 win over Seattle on April 30.
"We've had a road trip where we really, as a club, haven't been swinging it," Francona said. "We're surviving this trip."
Blue Jays designated hitter Kendrys Morales was pulled in the seventh inning because of tightness in his left hamstring. He grounded out twice before leaving, and aggravated the muscle while running to first in his second at-bat.
Gibbons said Morales will have an MRI on Wednesday.
"I'm not so concerned so far," Morales said.
Chisenhall hit an RBI double in the second, walked in the fourth and doubled in the sixth.
Called up from Triple-A Buffalo to make his season debut, Blue Jays right-hander Mike Bolsinger (0-1) allowed two runs and three hits in 5 1/3 innings.
"He did a great job," Gibbons said.
Bolsinger walked Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Ramirez to start the second. Chisenhall followed with a double and a second run scored when Yandy Diaz grounded into a fielder's choice, with Chisenhall thrown out at third base.
THREE IS THE KEY
Cleveland is an ML-best 16-3 when scoring three or more runs.
Gomes is batting .378 (14 for 37) in his past 14 games. Five of his 14 hits in that span have been for extra bases (four doubles, one homer).
Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista snapped an 0-for-21 slump with a single in the seventh. The last time he went longer between hits was an 0-for-25 skid from June 22 to July 1, 2015.
Indians: Francona said OF Michael Brantley (sprained right ankle) might be available to pinch hit Wednesday.
Blue Jays: RHP Aaron Sanchez (blister) threw a successful side session at extended spring training Tuesday and could come off the disabled list to start against Seattle on Sunday. ... Tulowitzki took batting practice and fielded ground balls before Tuesday's game. He could begin a rehab assignment this weekend. ... To open a spot on the roster for Bolsinger, RHP Neil Ramirez was designated for assignment.
Indians: RHP Danny Salazar (2-3, 4.28) is 2-1 with a 2.65 ERA in three career appearances against Toronto. Salazar leads the majors with an average of 13 strikeouts per nine innings.
Blue Jays: LHP Francisco Liriano (2-2, 4.44) is 2-1 with a 1.59 ERA in three home starts this season.
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