The Cleveland Guardians were not able to continue their cinderella season as they lost Game 5 to the New York Yankees. All year long the Cleveland Guardians found success with getting on base and coming through at just the right time. That was not the case Tuesday night against the
The Cleveland Guardians split their two ALDS home games and now return to The Bronx with their season on the line. There is nothing like the drama of October baseball and the Cleveland Guardians have found themselves in a movie type scenario. Cleveland is tied with the powerhouse New York
Game 2 of the American League Division Series between the Cleveland Guardians and New York Yankees has been postponed. The new start time will be 1:07 P.M. Friday afternoon. This is due to there being an off day between the first two games of the series for some bizarre reason.
The Cleveland Guardians have set their pitching rotation for the first three games of the ALDS against New York. After completing their sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Cleveland Guardians have determined their pitching order against the New York Yankees. Cal Quantrill gets Game 1 while Shane Bieber and
The Cleveland Guardians shocked the baseball world this year, making an incredible run to the post season as the youngest team in baseball. Join us today for a special episode of The Supreme Cleveland Sports Show, where we will recap the inaugural season as the Guardians and analyze Cleveland’s path
Aaron Judge may have broken the American League record, but the MLB record belongs to Barry Bonds. All eyes have been on Aaron Judge as everyone waited for the Yankees slugger to hit his 62nd home run of the season. It finally came Tuesday night as Judge finally eclipsed the
Guarding The Corner Episode 6 – Myles Straw’s (Almost) Fight Club: James and Bryan discuss the Guardians being swept in New York, Myles Straw, Kyle Schwarber’s problem with Angel Hernandez, the injury to Eloy Jimenez, and their series against the Angels.
The trials and tribulations of a young baseball team were on full display as the Cleveland Guardians leave The Bronx without a win. It was the sputtering New York Yankees who managed to find their form and hand Cleveland three consecutive losses. Cleveland was outscored 19-7 in the series, with