Indians send House down

The Indians have called up pitcher Mark Lowe and sent T.J. House back to Columbus.

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher T.J. House (58) delivers in the first inning against the Boston Red Sox at Progressive Field.

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The Cleveland Indians Monday announced the following roster moves relative to the major-league roster:

- Recalled RHP Mark Lowe (#54) from Triple-A Columbus.

- Optioned LHP T.J. House to Triple-A Columbus.

Lowe, 31, has spent most of the season with the Columbus Clippers where he has compiled a mark of 1-1 with 9 saves (10 chances) and a 3.48 ERA in 20 relief appearances (20.2IP, 17H, 9R/8ER, 8BB, 30K, .215 avg.). Since April 29, he owns an ERA of 0.79 (11.1IP, 5H, 2R/1ER, 19K) at Triple-A and has limited hitters to a .167 (4-24) mark with runners in scoring position for the year. Lowe, who was signed by Cleveland on April 3 as a Minor League free agent, was with Cleveland from May 22-June 1 where he posted a 2.08 ERA in 4 games (4.1IP, 5H, 5R/1ER, 5BB/3-intBB, 5K).

House recorded a 4.88 ERA in 6 games/5 starts (27.2IP, 35H, 16R/15ER) with Cleveland over two stints beginning on May 16.

(Cleveland Indians press release)