McKenzie gave Cleveland exactly what was needed in 2021, and that was awfully valuable I’ve been casting my vote in our daily polls for the last few days for Triston McKenzie, so when he fell to ninth (and my recap) I was happy, but also indignant.
The Cleveland Guardians roller derby team went to federal court Wednesday in an attempt to block the Cleveland Indians from rebranding as the “Guardians,” months after the baseball club offered less than $10,000 for the rights to the name.
Injuries shortened a new look for Aaron Civale in 2021 With Shane Bieber checking in at No. 7 in our countdown and now Aaron Civale earning the No. 8 spot over Triston McKenzie by a narrow two-vote margin, we seem to have entered the portion of the Top 10 reserved for starting pitchers who missed significant time this season due to injury.
The Cleveland Guardians roller derby team is suing to prevent the baseball team from changing their name. Why did it even have to get to this point? The Cleveland Guardians roller derby team has filed a federal lawsuit to stop Cleveland’s baseball team from rebranding as the Guardians, as first reported by WKYC.
Shane Bieber was barely able to top his innings total from 2020, but when he was available he was still great Entering the 2021 season, it never seemed possible that we could possibly do a countdown of top Guardians players and not have our second starting pitcher until No.
Newa and Notes for Tuesday, October 26, 2021 The World Series starts tonight. Who are you rooting for? Guardians News Cleveland baseball legend Bob Feller's house for sale Baseball fans looking to live in a place connected to one of the Cleveland greats now have a chance to do so with Bob Feller's house hitting the market.
Where will he land next year on the field? In our hearts? True or False: Amed Rosario played on Opening Day in 2021 for Cleveland. ANSWER: TRUE. The infielder* acquired in the Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco deal with the Mets pinch-hit in the bottom of the ninth inning and reached on an infield single.
The third-best player for Cleveland year was a pitcher who rose from the ashes of a five-alarm fire in the rotation March 28, 2021: Cal Quantrill is informed that he will start the year in the bullpen, having lost his spring training competition with Logan Allen for the final spot in the starting rotation.
News and Notes for Thursday, October 21, 2021 Atlanda 9 -Los Angeles 2 Eddie Rosario hits 2 home runs to lead Atlanta over LA. Atlanta leads series 3 games to 1 Houston 9 - Boston 2 Houston gets to Chris Sale in beating Boston.
The second-best player for Cleveland this year was a reliever, and somehow he’s poised to get even better What does it say about the 2021 Cleveland baseball team that their second-best player was a reliever?
There was never a doubt Was there ever a doubt that José Ramírez would be Cleveland’s MVP for 2021? Some rogues voted for Amed Rosario, Franmil Reyes, and others, but the GOAT himself won a vast majority of our first round of voting for the 2021 Cleveland Guardians MVP.
News and Notes for Tuesday, October 19, 20211 Playoff Baseball - ALCS Game 3 Red Sox 12 - Astros Red Sox lead series 2 -1 NLCS resumes tonight, with the Braves having a 2-0 lead over the Dodgers Guardians News Cleveland Minor League report, Oct.
News and Notes for Thursday, October 14, 2021 Guardians News Ray Fosse dies at age 74 Fosse is probably more famous for a hit he received from Pete Rose in an All Star Game than for anything else in his long career as a player and announcer.
Chump change for a former Cy Young Award winner entering his prime MLB Trade Rumors has released their annual estimates for salary arbitration, and they have Cleveland on the hook for around $30 million between nine arbitration-eligible players.
Lake County Captains 65-55 (East Division Champions) Lake County entered the 2021 season as the team to watch in Cleveland’s system thanks to its loaded roster full of elite international position player prospects and a pitching staff that featured five college pitchers, including three who were making their MiLB debuts.
The Cleveland Indians are having about as average a year as any team could have. They enter Tuesday with a record of 77-79 and finished up the home slate of the season with a 40-41 record at Progressive Field.