The Cleveland Guardians made two trades Monday, sending players to two division rivals in the National League Central. After designating a handful of players for assignment, the Cleveland Guardians have made trades with two of those players. First Cleveland sent pitcher J.C. Mejia to the Milwaukee Brewers per Jon Morosi.
The rough weekend for the Cleveland Baseball Club continued with the 11-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers Sunday. Good thing that the eyes in Cleveland were focused on the Browns playing on Sunday and not on the baseball team because it was ugly down on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.
A six-run 5th inning led to the Cleveland Baseball Club coming out on the wrong end of a 10-3 final score to the visiting Milwaukee Brewers. Through the first four innings the game was close and it appeared that the Cleveland Baseball Club could at least make things competitive. That
With A Jimmmitude post for Wednesday, September 30, 2020: Thoughts about the MLB Playoffs and the NBA Finals. 1. Home Field Advantage? Only one home team won on Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Rays. Minnesota, Cleveland, and Oakland all lost and any sort of home field advantage is being tested after
Aaron CIvale will start for the Cleveland Baseball Club as they look to bounce back Saturday against the Milwaukee Brewers. Friday night did not go as planned as the Cleveland Baseball Club dropped the first game of the series against the Milwaukee Brewers. Cleveland is looking to bounce back Saturday
Carlos Carrasco will start for the Cleveland Baseball Club as they begin a three game series against the Milwaukee Brewers. The Cleveland Baseball Club is beginning an important three game series at home against the Milwaukee Brewers and will have Carlos Carrasco start Game 1. Carlos Carrasco has faced a