Carrasco (shoulder) is scheduled to play catch Sunday, MLB.com reports. "He's doing good," manager Terry Francona said. "[Playing catch] is not going to be an issue. I'd be shocked if he doesn't feel great."
Tomlin gave up three home runs Tuesday but still did enough to pitch six innings and get his first home win of the season against the Brewers. He gave up four earned runs while striking out seven and issuing zero walks.