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Yu Chang hits grand slam to cap victory which doesn’t count against Giants

Morning news and notes for Saturday, March 26, 2022

Cleveland Guardians Photo Day Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Game Which Does Not Count:

Cleveland 10 - San Francisco 2

Ernie Clement, Owen Miller and Yu Chang homered, with Chang’s shot a grand slam.

No word on whether Joc had anything to say about the Guardians’ money management while he was in the vicinity.

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