Cleveland baseball news
Indians on cusp of 85% vaccine threshold | MLB
It’s been a long time coming for Cleveland, but they are expected to finally cross the 85% vaccination threshold and have relaxed protocols going forward. Among the benefits of crossing that line, Cleveland will no longer be required to wear masks in the dugout and they can eat at indoor restaurants.
They don’t want to be the Cleveland pitching factory. They want to be the Cleveland player development factory. But how do they get there?
Around the league
- A $12 million contract wasn’t enough to save Yoshi Tsutsugo from getting DFA’d by Tampa.
- Jordan Zimmermann, who was apparently with Milwaukee, has announced his retirement.
- On appeal, Amir Garrett’s suspension was reduced to five games.
- MLB has given the Oakland Athletics permission to start looking at relocation sites.