TJ House was solid for three innings and then feel apart in the Indians' 5-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays Thursday night.



House continued his poor start to the season. The offense did, too, leaving six runners stranded on base (five in scoring position) in the first three innings alone.



Thursday night's One Last Thing: The Indians' frustrating, rough, poor, inconsistent April by the numbers.



Just looking at the team numbers tonight. Here's where the Indians stand.



The Indians are 7-14.



It's the first time the Indians have had seven or fewer wins by the end of April since 2003, when they went 7-20 in April and finished the season 68-94.



They are 7.5 games behind the Royals in the AL Central and 7 games behind the Tigers.



The Indians have scored 79 runs in 21 games. Depending on how the last few games tonight wrap up, it looks like that will put them in a tie for 24th in baseball this season. It's also the fewest runs the Indians have scored by the end of April since 2010 (77). By comparison, last year they scored 106 and in 2013 scored 120.



The Indians are 1-8 against left-handed starting pitchers.



They are 1-7 in series openers. They have dropped four-straight series and are on their way to dropping their fifth straight, which they haven't done since September of 2012 (in other words, since before Terry Francona was manager).



They are 2-12 when opposing teams score first. They are 1-13 when allowing three or more runs per game.



The bullpen's ERA is 4.39, up from 3.12 last season. The starting rotation's ERA is 4.60, up from 3.82.



There are five months left of the regular season. The Indians surely are thankful the first one is over.