Corey Kluber isn't the only Indians starting pitcher on a roll.

Carlos Carrasco threw seven scoreless innings Saturday night as the Indians beat Baltimore, 6-0, at Progressive Field. In his last two games, both starts, Carrasco has thrown 12 scoreless innings.

The Indians have won five of their last six games.

Carrasco (5-4, 3.27) allowed three hits with five strikeouts and no walks. He threw 72 percent (57-for-79) of pitches for strikes. He combined on the four-hitter with CC Lee, Nick Hagadone and Bryan Shaw.

"I feel like I did the same job that I did in New York," said Carrasco. "I tried to attack the inside corner. And when I felt the batters starting to jump at the ball, I started throwing down and away."