Here’s to more good than bad this week!
Cleveland 7, Yankees 3
A four-run fourth inning propelled the good guys to a much-needed win. Cleveland improved to 9-11 with the victory.
#Indians records through 20 games under Terry Francona. #OurCLE— Bryan Shaw (@WxShaw) April 25, 2021
2013 8-12 5th place
2014 9-11 5th
2015 7-13 5th
2016 10-10 4th
2017 11-9 T1st
2018 12-8 1st
2019 12-8 1st
2020 11-9 2nd
2021 9-11 3rd https://t.co/M2Hfy3bKdb
Cleveland Baseball Team News
Reyes’ homered and stole a base!
Updates on Owen Miller, Bobby Bradley, Daniel Johnson, and more. From Joe Noga:
Minor league games won’t get started until next week, but Cleveland Indians prospects and high-minors players have stayed sharp at the club’s alternate training site in Columbus under the watchful eye of Clippers manager Andy Tracy.
With a smattering of games against other alternate site squads under their belts, Cleveland’s crew has continued to put in work since arriving from the club’s spring training site in Goodyear, Ariz. They’ve been able to play games against teams from alternate sites in Indianapolis, Toledo, Louisville and others in front of about 1,000 fans at Huntington Park.
The camp has a different feel from last summer’s alternate training site in Eastlake, where players faced only their own teammates in live at-bats and did not get much of a competitive feel.
“It was challenging for big league players and four-A players to develop in an intrasquad atmosphere for three months,” Tracy said. “But here we’re playing other teams. We get to play the Pirates, the Reds and the Tigers and even the Royals came over. It’s really good to play a different colored uniform.”
Around the League
- Bumgarner throws 7-inning no-hitter.
- Padres, Dodgers set stage for memorable summer after San Diego’s huge comeback win.
- Ryu leaves game with right glute strain.
- Sale continues progress in rehab and return from Tommy John surgery.