Guarding The Corner Episode 13 – State of the Guardians: James and Bryan discuss where the Guardians stand now, short-term outlook, and trivia.
The Cleveland Guardians were able to take care of business with a 4-0 win Wednesday in what was the final game of their series and brief home stand. This victory completed a three-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals with wins of 7-3 and 8-3. While not a blowout or
It was a hit parade down on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario as the Guardians tallied 12 hits in their 8-3 win over the Royals. Amed Rosario, Ernie Clement, Andres Gimenez, and Oscar Gonzalez each collected two hits in the contest. Rosario would double and triple while Gonzalez managed
With the game tied at 3 in the bottom of the 9th the Guardians were looking to extend the game to extras for a chance to win. Unfortunately Cleveland Miguel Cabrera had other ideas. The future hall of famer proceeded to hit a walk-off RBI single to hand the Guardys
Guarding The Corner Episode 4 – Cold as Ice: James and Bryan discuss the Guardians being swept, Roki Sasaki, Mike Trout, Sunday Night Baseball, and the upcoming series against the Chicago White Sox.
The Cleveland Guardians played host to the San Francisco Giants in their home opener and their offense was limited in a 4-1 loss. It was the work of former Chicago White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon who stifled the Guardians bats from the start. Rodon allowed just one run on two
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.
Through just a handful of games the Cleveland Guardians have three of the top six leaders in lowest whiff rate among qualified players. Steven Kwan, Owen Miller, and Jose Ramirez are first, tied for fourth, and sixth respectively according to Sarah Langs. Whiff rate is a percentage of swings missed