Guardians 0, Chicago 1
Shane Bieber was masterful in his first three Major League innings since July. Afterwards, however, the White Sox made a solo homer stand up with help from some TOOTBLAN by the Guardians in a 1-0 win.
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Cleveland Indians’ Shane Bieber impressive, but offense non-existent in 1-0 loss to White Sox - cleveland.com
Shane Bieber retired nine straight as he returned to the mound Friday for the first time since June 13 -- a stretch of 102 days. The Indians, however, were shut out for the 13th time this season.
Why won’t a $100 million salary floor work for the Cleveland Indians? Hey, Hoynsie - cleveland.com
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Indians' Shane Bieber throws 3 no-hit innings in first start since injury
Cleveland right-hander Shane Bieber retired all nine batters in his first start since June 13 after missing over three months because of a strained right shoulder.
Cleveland Indians star Jose Ramírez quietly in the AL MVP conversation once again | FOX Sports
Away from the glare of the major markets, all Jose Rsmirez does is put up great seasons.
Indians playing final homestand before retiring name | wkyc.com
Goodbye Indians. Hello, Guardians
Elandon Hall, originally built by an owner of the Cleveland Indians, asks $1.05M: House of the Week - cleveland.com
Built by Alva Bradley II in 1910, the home at 2114 Elandon Dr. in Cleveland has 6 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms in 7,890 sq. ft.
$435 million Progressive Field lease details released by Indians | wkyc.com
The details of the $435 million lease reached by the City of Cleveland and the Cleveland Indians to keep Progressive Field the home of the Indians has been released.
Around the league
- Cardinals win 14th straight game, tie franchise record.
- Quirks of the home run leaders list .
- Cedric Mullins is first Oriole to join the 30-30 club.
- Max Fried pitches a Maddux.
- Wander Franco removed from IL, gets on base for 40th straight game.
- Miguel Cabrera is likely the last 3,000-hit player we will see in awhile.