TWINS-INDIANS GAME SCHEDULED TO RESUME AT 11:20 P.M. CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Indians game against the Twins was delayed by approaching bad weather Wednesday night before the start of the seventh inning. The Indians trailed the Twins, 6-5. Play was halted right after the Indians failed to score in the sixth. They couldn’t convert a great scoring chance as Roberto Perez walked and Jake Bauers reached on a bunt single to start the inning. Trevor May, however, stopped the potential rally by striking out Tyler Naquin and Francisco Lindor. The inning ended when rookie Orlando Mercado lined out to short. The Indians placed right-hander Carlos Carrasco on the injured list with a blood condition before the game. They went with a bullpen game against the Twins as Tyler Clippard started followed by Tyler Olson, Nick Goody and A.J. Cole through the first six innings. Martin Perez started for the Twins, but lasted only 4 2/3 innings. Get Tribe Insider texts in your phone from Paul Hoynes: Cut through the clutter of social media and communicate directly with the award-winning Indians reporter, just like you would with your friends. It’s just $3.99 a month, which works out to about 13 cents a day. Learn more and sign up here.