BOSTON — The Cleveland Indians’ pitching staff has taken two big hits: All-Star Andrew Miller is on the disabled list and starter Josh Tomlin is out six weeks.

Miller was placed on the DL on Wednesday with right knee tendinitis, an injury that could explain his recent wildness.

One of baseball’s best relievers, Miller pitched in Tuesday night’s 12-10 loss at Boston, giving up Eduardo Nunez’s three-run double off the Green Monster.

Miller is 4-3 with two saves and a 1.67 ERA in 46 appearances this season. He was acquired at the trading deadline last year from the Yankees, and the left-hander was instrumental in Cleveland’s making it to the World Series.

He has not been himself lately, walking 10 batters in the past 21 innings. Miller only walked nine batters in 741/3 innings last season.

The Indians recalled right-hander Adam Plutko from Triple-A Columbus to take Miller’s spot.

As for Tomlin, his season could be in jeopardy after an MRI confirmed a “mild-to-moderate” left hamstring tendon strain. The Indians said Tomlin is expected to miss at least six weeks before he can return to major league games.

Tomlin was pulled before the fifth inning of Sunday’s game against the Chicago White Sox. He is 7-9 with a 5.38 ERA in 20 starts.

PHILLIES: The team canceled plans to honor Pete Rose next week because of a woman’s claim she had a sexual relationship with baseball’s hit king when she was a minor.

The woman, identified as Jane Doe this week in a court filing, said Rose called her in 1973, when she was 14 or 15, and they began a sexual relationship in Cincinnati that lasted several years. She also alleged Rose met her in locations outside Ohio for sex.

Rose’s lawyer said the woman’s claims are unverified.

The Phillies were going to induct Rose into their Wall of Fame in an on-field ceremony on Aug. 12. Rose bobbleheads were going to be distributed on Aug. 11.

The Phillies won’t give away the collectibles and said fans with tickets for either game can exchange them.