July 29, 2021 Morning Edition: Indians News Roundup


This is your Indians Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of July 29, 2021.


A Look at Indians Pitchers’ Horizontal Movement on Pitches


Emmanuel Clase

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 1.6 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He does not feature a curveball or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 3.9 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Nick Sandlin

  • In absolute terms, his Four Seam Fastball has far more horizontal movement than most pitchers, it gets 7.5 inches of horizontal movement each time.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a curveball or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.3 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Blake Parker

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 1.7 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.8 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • James Karinchak

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 3.4 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his curve than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 0.7 inches on average for each pitch.
  • He does not feature a slider or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • Bryan Shaw

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 1.8 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.3 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 4.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 8.4 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Shane Bieber

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.7 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 9.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his slider than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 1.1 inches on average for each pitch.
  • Aaron Civale

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Cal Quantrill

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.8 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his curve than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 2.3 inches on average for each pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 2.0 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Zach Plesac

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 5.2 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a changeup that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 7.1 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his curve than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 1.1 inches on average for each pitch.
  • He tends to get less horizontal movement on his slider than most pitchers as his horizontal movement is 0.0 inches on average for each pitch.
  • Phil Maton

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 0.5 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He features a curveball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 10.6 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 8.6 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Trevor Stephan

  • He features a Four Seam Fastball that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 4.8 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • He does not feature a changeup in his arsenal of pitches.
  • He does not feature a curveball or he does not throw it enough to qualify.
  • He features a slider that generates above-average horizontal movement to test the strike zone edges, it is 6.3 inches of horizontal movement per pitch.
  • Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

    “Here’s what I’m hearing about the Indians and the Cleveland Guardians trademark situation – Terry Pluto – cleveland.com Yes, there was a team called the Cleveland Guardians. Washington Football Team monitoring Cleveland Guardians’ process on name change The Washington Football Team will monitor any roadblocks that Cleveland encounters with its new name, the Guardians, in the hopes of learning lessons and what to avoid in the future, team president Jason Wright said. How does that impact the new Cleveland Guardians? A Native American on the long-overdue Cleveland Indians name change to the Guardians – Vox A worker for a Native American advocacy group says that getting sports teams to change their names and mascots was the hardest part of the job. Copyrighting ‘Cleveland Guardians’ a bit tricky and potentially expensive for Indians Last week, Cleveland announced the changing of the guard when the baseball club becomes the Cleveland Guardians in 2022.”

    Above is the summary of: N&N: Dingers from the sky… tap or click to check out the full article.

    “That’s incredible.” “I don’t think it’s a coincidence that a guy hits a ball that far or that well when you hit a ball the other way like he did to left-center,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “I like to use the other part of the plate,” Reyes said. Those are two really pretty swings.” Reyes has said it before and he’ll say it again: He’s not a pull hitter. “If you come in and I make the adjustment quick and I pull my hands quick to the ball, I know I’m gonna hit it very good to left field.”

    Above is the summary of: Franmil’s ‘ridiculous’ HR leaves the ballpark… tap or click to check out the full article.

    “NATIONAL LEAGUE WEST D-backs: Corbin Martin, RHP (No. NATIONAL LEAGUE CENTRAL Brewers: Patrick Weigel, RHP (No. The 27-year-old right-hander overcame Tommy John surgery in 2017 to make his Major League debut last season and has made three appearances for Milwaukee in 2021. AMERICAN LEAGUE CENTRAL Twins: Jhoan Duran, RHP (No.”

    Above is the summary of: The best prospects acquired in trades… tap or click to check out the full article.

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