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Cleveland Guardians announce Pride Month festivities

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Cleveland, OH – The Cleveland Guardians today announced Pride Month festivities that the organization will take part of to celebrate and uplift the LBGTQ+ community. "As part of our on-going efforts to become a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization, we are thrilled to work in partnership with the LGBT Center, Plexus, and other community organizations to authentically celebrate Pride month," said Cleveland Guardians Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Matt Grimes. "While we seek to uplift the voices and experience of our LGBTQ+ community 365-days a year, we know that flagship events like Pride allow us to intentionally spotlight the collective stories of hope, struggle, and opportunity that make our city and team better."

Everything you need to know about Covering the Corner Fans

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Whether you are new to Covering the Corner or have been around for some time yet have no clue about what is happening, you are as of now perfectly positioned. All that you want to be aware of Covering the Corner, from individuals to the principles, to the Cleveland images, to every one of the connections you really want to keep bookmarked, can be seen as some place here. Individuals of Covering the Corner Overseeing Editor: Matt Lyons Editors: Brian Hemminger, Matt Schlichting Staff Writers: Jason Philipps, woodmeister, Merritt Rohlfing, Chris D. Davies, Blake Ruane, westbrook These and more can be tracked down on the site Masthead.

A Salvaged Offseason: a Retooled Fans 2022

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For a period it seemed we wouldn't make it, yet Major League Baseball broke the association and will play baseball in 2022. For Cleveland it was a critical offseason exhibiting a rebrand more than hundred years in the creating which gave an open door to Paul Dolan to do his absolute best and recharge a passionless fanbase. Obviously the offseason, until the last day, played out uniquely in contrast to generally anticipated. The shiny new Guardians didn't reshape the program, abstained from auctioning off their couple of staying expensive veteran resources, and decided to a great extent sit tight. As such the program stays a general obfuscated wreck entering the 2022 season. Offseason Review (This segment is purposefully left clear) The Joy of Jose Ramirez After essentially achieving nothing the whole offseason the Guardians stunned us all when they reported a couple of expansions. The first for Emmanuel Clase fits the John Hart shape of securing youthful players before they arrive at assertion and logical delivers profits throughout the span of the following five years. All the more significantly: Jose Ramriez consented to a long term expansion past the 2023 season. I thought the chances of an expansion were practically nothing, particularly after their quiet offseason where the main move which got an external player was marking Luke Maile to a "Significant League contract" (which you possibly determine while it's stunning you marked the player to everything except a small time agreement). I was persuaded Paul Dolan wouldn't spend the cash on a club well disposed bargain: I was off-base. The Jose Ramirez expansion is a particularly shocking and blissful development I have not quit grinning since I saw the news the previous morning. I have proactively composed numerous considerations on Jose, yet to add somewhat more: Jose is reasonable the best player to wear a Cleveland uniform since basically Jim Thome. While it very well might be somewhat exaggerated to recommend this marking changes the establishment, it isn't poetic overstatement to say this marking changes the viewpoint for the group past 2023. For quite a long time fans just trusted that headliners will leave the establishment either in terms of professional career or in free organization and on second thought of contemplating whether Jose Ramirez will play in Toronto following quite a while of tales we can basically partake in Jose's brilliant play in Cleveland for quite a long time into the future.

Guardians Farm Report: Nikhazy's Strong Start Helps Lead Captains to Fifth Straight Win

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Busy day on the farm Saturday as all four teams were in action including a double header by Triple-A Columbus. Triple-A Columbus Clippers Buffalo 4 Columbus 2 (Game 1) Columbus would fall behind early in the first game of Saturday's double header vs Buffalo trailing 4-to-0 in the fifth inning. The Clippers would finally break through scoring twice in the bottom of the fifth inning on an RBI groundout by Will Benson and a throwing error by the Bisons second baseman. The easy answer to NFL live Reddit streams being shut down was copyright. Reddit was forced to take action due to infringement on their own policy.

NFL star happy to admit rugby is 'tougher and more athletic' than American Football

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The maddening beauty of intra-sports rivalry and 'we're better than you' arguments, is most people are entrenched on the matter. Rugby fans, for example, are often triggered when American football followers claim their sport has the toughest or most athletic players. If that spat ever occurs again, though, rugby fans could simply point to the comments made by former Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs star Mitchell Schwartz.

Cleveland Guardians change bag policy for fans during 2022 season: What you need to know

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Heading to Progressive Field? There's a change to the ballpark's bag policy that you need to know. The Cleveland Guardians announced Wednesday that small bags will once again be permitted inside Progressive Field during the 2022 season. "Due to fan feedback, Progressive Field is returning to the bag policy it implemented during the 2019 season," the Cleveland Guardians said in a statement.

Do not disturb: Guardians rookie Steven Kwan enjoying a dream start

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Steven Kwan never thought he’d be here. Not like this anyway. Not only did he make the Guardians in his first big league spring training, he’s been a starting outfielder in all three games they’ve played. In Thursday’s season opener against the Royals, he hit seventh, walked twice and hit a single to right field in a 3-1 loss. On Saturday, the second game of the season, he batted second. The Guardians lost again, 1-0, in 10 innings, while Kwan went 2-for-3 with a walk. Kwan was back in the second hole Sunday and he made history in a 17-3 win. He singled in his first four at-bats, got hit by a pitch, and then doubled. He went 5-for-5 with four runs scored and reached base six straight times. Open your career like that and you’re going to cause a disturbance in the franchise’s filing system where the records are kept. Here are the facts. Kwan is hitting .800 (8-for-10). He’s reached base 12 times and scored four runs in three gams. His slash line reads like this: .800 average, .857 onbase percentage and a 1.000 slugging percentage.

Cleveland just gave up the dumbest home run imaginable

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Unbelievable.

Grady Sizemore is back! ... in MLB The Show

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Cleveland legend Grady Sizemore was announced as one of the MLB The Show 2021's Diamond Dynasty legends.

Plain Dealer reminds us of 2008 Asdrubal

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I was there for this 2008 Asdrubal Cabrera triple play