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Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco tossed again for throwing at batter

Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was ejected from Tuesday's game against the New York Yankees after hitting Kevin Youkilis and another suspension could be coming his way.

Carrasco gave up a two run-shot to Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, which made the score 7-0 and hit Youkilis with the very next pitch. He gave up seven runs over 3 2/3 innings on Tuesday. He was relieved by Brett Myers, who was scheduled to pitch Wednesday.

Carrasco was suspended six games in August of 2011 for throwing at Kansas City Royals designated hitter Billy Butler, but an elbow injury and Tommy John surgery prevented him from serving the suspension. Carrasco missed the entire 2012 season.

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