NEW YORK - MAY 29: Cleveland Indians starting pitcher David Huff #28 waves to the crowd in a stretcher after Alex Rodriguez #13 of the New York Yankees hit him in the head with a line drive during the third inning of their game on May 29, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Good news on the injury rehab front. Lonnie Chisenhall may be back with the club soon, but that depends on how Akron and Lake County fare in the playoffs. Akron stayed alive last night, so Chisenhall will get at least one more game with the Aeros. Perhaps he would go to Lake County if the Aeros are eliminated soon and he needs more rehab at-bats.
Also, Carlos Carrasco is showing no ill effects from his inning of work a couple of days, and if there's a Game 5 in Akron's playoff series, would pitch another inning. He fastball was in the mid-90s in Game 1, which is good news.
I remember when David Huff was hit by a line drive a couple years ago, and the scene was just as scary; Huff was taken off on a stretcher. But in Huff's case, he made his next scheduled start, as he showed no lasting injuries.