The Cleveland Indians are usually a staple on Mother’s Day.
That was supposed to be the case this year until the rainy weather rolled into town and postponed Sunday’s game.
So more importantly, Happy Mother’s Day!
We here at Tribe Daily know how important the team is to so many families so today is always a great time to reflect with mom about all those great baseball-related memories.
This writer knows he would not be writing about the team, or writing in general, if not for encouragement from his own mom and grandmother.
To all the amazing mothers out there, we hope you're having an incredible day.
Thanks so much for all you do.
Happy Mother's Day! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/NZGQCFvjUa
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) May 9, 2021
Countless Great Memories Surrounding Cleveland Baseball
We encourage anyone reading this article to leave a comment either here or on our Facebook page about what the Indians mean to you on this day.
It could be anything from memories of watching the team at home or even an annual tradition of seeing a game or two per season.
Reflection is always nice and there aren’t many other great outdoor options when it is 35 degrees and pouring rain all day.
There are few things that beat watching Indians baseball on a nice summer day.
The sights and smells are unbeatable and it is awesome to have the team back with fans in the park in 2021.
2020 was just too weird.
A Quick Weekend Recap
This weekend was all about the Ohio Cup.
Wade Miley turned the focus to himself with a no-hitter Friday night.
In true Indians fashion, doom seemed to be setting in as the team was no-hit for a second time in less than a month.
Then Saturday rolled around and the offense put up nine runs in a 9-2 victory.
But to be fair, Zach Plesac had himself eight innings of scoreless work Friday night.
He was just outdone by Miley as the offense disappeared once again.
The Reds now lead the season-series 3-2 with the finale moved to August 9.
So can the Indians still win the Cup?
Yes, in the case of a tie.
The rules state a tie goes to the team that held the trophy the previous year.
The Indians have been Ohio Cup champions since 2015.
Unfortunately, August 9 is a Monday so those who had plans on Mother’s Day now have to try to make the new date work.
But going in August may turn out to be much better given the weather.
Happy Mother’s Day!
— Bally Sports Cleveland (@BallySportsCLE) May 9, 2021
Happy Mother’s Day once again from our team to you.
The weather is a dud, but that means plenty of quality time inside.
We also understand this is a tough day for many.
Hopefully, some Indians-related memories can provide some joy today.