After a pair of disappointing series’, the Cleveland Indians will look for their first series victory against the struggling Toronto Blue Jays in a four-game tout.
We knew that the month of April wouldn’t be easy. With some serious pieces still missing from the Cleveland Indians lineup, they have to rely on their pitching staff to keep games close and find ways to win those close games. We’ve two seen close wins, a close loss, and two blowout losses that the team couldn’t keep up in.
The Blue Jays have apparently decided it’s already time to start selling. They traded Kevin Pillar to the Giants earlier this week and have a lineup that is almost as unrecognizable as Cleveland’s. They seem to be in “wait for Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to be called up” purgatory.
The Indians are in a similar purgatory. Wait for Lindor, Kipnis, and others to return. Kipnis and Gonzalez have started in Triple-A action, but we likely won’t see Lindor until May… wonderful.