If Carmona has one regret, it's that the Indians are done playing the Baltimore Orioles this season.
Travis Hafner hit a grand slam and Carmona allowed one unearned run in seven innings, leading the Indians to a 10-1 victory Monday for a split of the four-game series.
The Indians broke open a tie game with a four-run seventh inning, and Hafner hit his ninth career grand slam in the eighth off Jamie Walker. Jhonny Peralta added a solo shot in the ninth.
Carmona (3-1) was sent to Triple-A Buffalo two days after beating Baltimore on April 29 because there was no room for the right-hander in the rotation. But an abdominal injury to Westbrook led to his recall, and Carmona responded with another fine effort.
Starting for the fifth time this season, Carmona allowed seven hits, struck out two and walked one. Only one of Baltimore's hits was for extra bases, a triple by Brian Roberts after third baseman Casey Blake received an error for dropping his two-out foul pop.
“Another great effort by Carmona. He didn't miss a beat,” Cleveland manager Eric Wedge said.