News and Notes for Saturday, September 25, 2021 Guardians 0 - Chicago 1 Shane Bieber was masterful in his first three Major League innings since July. Afterwards, however, the White Sox made a solo homer stand up with help from some TOOTBLAN by the Guardians in a 1-0 win.
Being fast is good. Being fast and being able to get on base is even better Myles Straw is pure chaos. This past Monday against the Royals, Straw collected three hits during the first game of a doubleheader.
Triston McKenzie’s run of outstanding starts comes to an end Triston McKenzie’s worst start of the season came against an opponent he had dominated up to this point, as the Kansas City Royals battered the 24-year-old right-hander for nine hits and seven earned runs to take Game 1 of their doubleheader against the Cleveland Guardians.
Formerly an outfielder in the big leagues, Anthony Gose, who played for Team USA in the Tokyo Olympics, was called up from the minors by the Cleveland Indians on Monday, this time as a hard-throwing lefty reliever.
José Ramírez continues to torment the Yankees This afternoon’s game meant a lot more to New York than it did Cleveland. It would be easy to come away from today’s game and think things were the other way around based on the attitude of the players.
It is not a secret that the Cleveland Indians’ offense needs to score more runs, and unfortunately consistency is not in their arsenal. In two of their last three games, the Tribe has scored double digits, getting a dozen against the Twins on Wednesday night and 11 yesterday vs.