Guardians 4 - Rangers 0
Shane Bieber was furious when officials delayed the game in the fourth inning, one out before it would have become official, with the Guardians leading 4-0.
The game resumed two hours and seven minutes later and it would end with the same score after what should have been unnecessary relief stints from Morgan, de Los Santos, and Shaw.
Cleveland Guardians news
Shane Bieber 700 career strikeouts
On the heels of a doubleheader, all Guardians ace Shane Bieber was focused on was eating up as many innings as possible to save his bullpen from taking on extra workloads. But Mother Nature was ready to make his job even more difficult
Terry Francona upset over lack of communication with MLB concerning rain delay - cleveland.com
Guardians manager says ace Shane Bieber was put in a bad spot because MLB was slow responding to weather questions.
Guardians bullpen ready for double duty in weeks ahead - cleveland.com
Cleveland relievers have tossed the fewest innings of any team in baseball.
Guardians-Rangers’ game scheduled to resume play at 10:20 p.m. after rain delay - cleveland.com
Action halted with game two outs away from being official in the top of the fifth inning.
Cleveland Guardians Shut Out Texas Rangers To End Series - Sports Illustrated Texas Rangers News, Analysis and More
Cleveland built an early lead before a rain delay cost the Rangers an opportunity to cut into that advantage
Franmil Reyes close to following Aaron Civale on rehab assignment: Guardians takeaways - cleveland.com
Right-hander Aaron Civale is scheduled to make a rehab start Thursday for Class AAA Columbus. He has not started since May 20.
Downtown Cleveland bars battle for business as Guardians lead league in rainouts
Entering Wednesday night’s game, the Cleveland Guardians led Major League Baseball in rainouts with seven.
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