Guardians outfielder production a mixed bag

Through 40 games there has been an interesting array of performances from the Cleveland Guardians outfielders. Hot and cold streaks mixed in with underperformance has led to this wide range of results. The regulars Steven Kwan: .257/.358/.354, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 13 RBI, 19 runs, 17 walks,

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Guarding The Corner Ep. 6 – Myles Straw’s (Almost) Fight Club

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.

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Guarding The Corner Episode 3 Miller Time

Guarding The Corner Episode 3 Miller Time: James and Bryan discuss the Guardians wins over the Reds, discuss Owen Miller’s performance, Clayton Kershaw’s near perfecto, Bryan Reynolds’ extension, and preview their upcoming series.

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Cleveland clobbers Twins 12-3

The Cleveland Baseball Club capped off their final game of their series with the Minnesota Twins with a 12-3 beatdown at Target Field. There is nothing like a lopsided win and that is just what the Cleveland Baseball Club got Thursday night at Target Field. Cleveland scored 12 runs on

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Cleveland loses to Twins 6-3

The Cleveland Baseball Club was not able to complete the doubleheader sweep of the Minnesota Twins, losing. by a score of 6-3. The first of two games went well for the Cleveland Baseball Club as they came away with a 3-1 win in the first half of their doubleheader with

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Three homers power Cleveland to 4-1 win over Twins

The Cleveland Baseball Club homered three times to avoid the sweep and come away with a 4-1 win over the Minnesota Twins. Just a few days ago the Cleveland Baseball Club’s franchise record homer streak came to an end as they lost 3-0 to the Minnesota Twins. A second straight

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Four homers power Cleveland past Texas 7-2

The Cleveland Baseball Club bounced back Wednesday as they homered four times in their 7-2 win over the visiting Texas Rangers. Looking to change their fortunes from Tuesday’s 7-3 loss, Cleveland turned to the long ball. Cleveland homered four times in the contest as they came away with a 7-2

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