In addition to showing solidarity for social justice, the Cleveland Indians will also show support for those on the front lines of battling the coronavirus crisis and honor those who lost their life from it.
It’s a bad day for Major League Baseball, as the Cleveland Indians just announced plans to lay off their gameday employees because fans likely won’t be allowed to enter the ballpark this year due to Covid-19 concerns.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Friday that Cleveland Indians pitcher Emmanuel Clase has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Boldenone, a performance-enhancing substance.
The Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday that fans can either receive a “flexible bonus credit,” or a refund, for March and April home games that have not yet been played due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a resurgence of interest again for Michael Jordan, thanks to the 10-part TV series “The Last Dance,” Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona decided to share his unique connection to the NBA legend.
Even though Cleveland fans won’t be packing Progressive Field to watch the Indians take on the Detroit Tigers today on what was supposed to be Opening Day, the MLB is making sure you can still get your baseball fix as the coronavirus pandemic suspends the season.
Indians Director of Media Relations Bart Swain said Mike Clevinger underwent successful arthroscopic surgery Friday afternoon in Avondale, Arizona, and Clevinger is estimated to return to Major League game activity estimated in six-to-eight weeks.