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Cleveland Indians vs Chicago White Sox Dream11 Match Prediction


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Last Updated on Jun 05, 2021 10:39 AM

Match Time: 2021-06-02 03:40:00

Major League Baseball
Date: 02 June 2021
Time: 03:40 AM IST

Cleveland Indians Confirmed Playing 9:

1.Bradley Zimmer, 2.Harold Ramirez, 3.Eddie Rosario, 4.Josh Naylor, 5.Jose Ramirez, 6.Amed Rosario, 7.Cesar Hernandez, 8.Shane Bieber, 9.Austin Hedges

Chicago White Sox Confirmed Playing 9:

1.Billy Hamilton, 2.Jake Lamb, 3.Jose Abreu, 4.Tim Anderson, 5.Nick Madrigal, 6.Yoan Moncada, 7.Yermin Mercedes, 8.Zack Collins, 9.Dylan Cease

Match Previews:

  • With José Ramirez’s two-run home run and relief Cal Quantrill’s solid start, Cleveland beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1 on Monday, and the Indians won two consecutive seven-inning doubleheader wins in two days. I put it in.

  • Ramirez hit 13 home runs against Jimmy Lambert (0-1) in the third inning, succeeding in a one-on-one draw, and the Indian who won the second round against Toronto on Sunday dropped first. I returned the game to the American League Central. The White Sox at the top of the center.
  • In the opening round, the White Sox won 8-6 with Adam Eaton’s two-run homer and eight sacrifice flies by Jose Abrey. Indians starter Triston McKenzie hit a club record eight consecutive hitters. This was twice less than the Major League Baseball record set by Tom Seaver, who was inducted into the 1970 Hall of Fame.
  • Quantrill made his first start after playing 17 rescue games in 2021 and kept the White Sox to 1 point and 4 hits in 3 2/3 innings. Right-handed pitchers couldn’t pitch long enough to contribute to the victory, but he continued to hold down Chicago and found Lambert, the Indians starting his first career.
  • In the third round, Amed Rosario hit the short right side with one death and first base. White Sox second baseman Nick Madrigal’s throw came in second when he was about to plunge into Chicago’s dugout.
  • Ramirez, who seems to be a big hit every other day, crossed the wall on the right side with a 3-1 change-up from Lambert.
  • Phil Maton (1-0) gave up the lead-off double in the sixth inning before striking out Abreu and Eaton. Emmanuel Clase allowed a single in the 7th inning and struck out on the 9th save.
  • Eaton returned to the lineup in Game1 after missing some in the hamstring tights. Eaton scored his fifth home run after Abreu played against James Karinchak (2-2) and hit a liner to the left to win Billy Hamilton.
  • But it was the active AL MVP, Abreu, who made it possible with quality at-bats. He fouled Karinchak’s pitch 3-2.
  • White Sox coach Tony La Russa said, “Abreu’s turn at bat will be one of the best at-bats I’ve ever seen against a pitcher of that ability I’ve seen in that situation.” “I will never forget it, and our fans will never forget it.
  • “You run and drive, that’s one thing. It’s just a skill, but by coming in and producing in that situation, you take it to the next level.”
  • Chicago starting pitcher Carlos Rodon hit six home runs in a row in his first inning. He threw a no-hitter no-run (one of the six major games of the season) against the Indians on April 14.
  • Codi Heuer (4-1) pitched the seventh and Aaron Bummer gave up one point in the eighth and scored his first save.
  • Mackenzie set a club record for consecutive strikeouts, and Caesar Hernandez hit two home runs, but the Indians also had two errors.
  • Mackenzie, who allowed four points in the second inning, had almost no points.
  • The right-handed pitcher was recently sent to a minor to work on his control, but he struck out Abreu and instigated the sides with numbers 4 and 5, held by Corey Kluber (2014). Line up with the past consecutive strikeout records of the team that was doing.
  • Mackenzie defeated Jake Lamb with a strike, opening the sixth and then handing over the single to Yoan Moncada and being pulled. The 23-year-old received a roaring applause as he walked to the Indians dugout after a powerful outing.
  • Indians coach Terry Francona said, “I thought he was a really good player, except for one inning.” “He missed some bats. He threw a good fastball. He attacked with a fastball and most often robbed it with their barrel. “

Top picks:

Chicago White Sox (CWS):

Key players


  • Cesar Hernandez
  • Jose Ramirez


  • Shane Bieber

Cleveland Indians (CLE):

Key players


  • Tim Anderson
  • Yoan Moncada


  • Dylan Cease

Fantasy Tips

Mackenzie Mark:

As the starting pitcher for AL, Doug Fister of Detroit has struck out eight times in a row since he hit nine in a row on September 27, 2012.

Tigers right-hander Tyler Alexander struck out nine Cincinnati batters in a row last season, setting a major league relief record.

Seventh heaven

Francona had never managed a 7-inning doubleheader, so he was almost indifferent when asked if he wanted to continue. Last year, baseball was changed from a nine-time doubleheader format to a seven-time inning format due to a pandemic of the new coronavirus.


CLE Squad :

Bradley Zimmer, Harold Ramirez, Eddie Rosario, Josh Naylor, Jose Ramirez, Amed Rosario, Cesar Hernandez, Shane Bieber, Austin Hedges, Owen Miller, Jean Carlos Mejia, Franmil Reyes, Bryan Shaw, Logan Allen, Jordan Luplow, Nick Wittgren, Andres Gimenez, Cam Hill, Phil Maton, Oscar Mercado, Eli Morgan, Sam Hentges, Aaron Civale, Zach Plesac, Emmanuel Clase, Scott Moss, James Karinchak, Trevor Stephan, Nick Sandlin, Cal Quantrill, Triston McKenzie, Carlos Vargas, Kyle Nelson, Rene Rivera, Daniel Johnson, Bobby Bradley, Gabriel Arias, Ernie Clement, Nolan Jones, Yu Chang, Jake Bauers, Roberto Perez

CWS Squad :

Billy Hamilton, Jake Lamb, Jose Abreu, Tim Anderson, Nick Madrigal, Yoan Moncada, Yermin Mercedes, Zack Collins, Dylan Cease, Yasmani Grandal, Michael Kopech, Dallas Keuchel, Leury Garcia, Adam Eaton, Tyler Johnson-II, Zack Burdi, Evan Marshall, Matt Foster, Carlos Rodon, Jace Fry, Garrett Crochet, Jose Ruiz, Danny Mendick, Adam Engel, Jimmy Lambert, Aaron Bummer, Eloy Jimenez, Andrew Vaughn, Codi Heuer, Reynaldo Lopez, Jimmy Cordero, Lucas Giolito, Jonathan Stiever, Lance Lynn, Luis Robert, Alex McRae, Seby Zavala, Blake Rutherford, Micker Adolfo, Liam Hendriks, Luis Gonzalez, Gavin Sheets, Jake Burger

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