From 2007 through 2009, Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was ranked as one of the top-54 prospects in baseball per Baseball America. At his peak, the right-handed pitcher was the key piece leveraged by the Phillies to acquire Cy Young winner Cliff Lee. Five seasons and a Tommy John surgery later, Carrasco has 15 career wins to his credit and a career FIP of 4.16. His 2.2 WAR is just .5 wins more than Lee’s disappointing 2014 season. However, the Venezuelan native has been strong contributor to Cleveland’s bullpen this season, earning a starting nod on August 10th. Is he a post hype sleeper primed to finally cash in on his promise?
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