The Cleveland Guardians always have the support of their fans; win or lose.
They are always there for them to witness historic events, incredible milestones, or just your regular, average baseball game.
That’s why it’s so important for the franchise to give back to the community.
They are a recognized, respected baseball club in MLB, and a lot of that has to do with their loyal fans.
The organization always makes sure to dedicate the most valuable thing in the world to the community: time.
If a person or organization sets apart time to share it specifically with you, consider yourself blessed.
The Guardians, through their players, gave a lot of time, money, and resources to those in need this year.
They posted a cool video with some of their best moments with the people.
Our Guards were as active in the community as they have ever been.
— Cleveland Guardians (@CleGuardians) December 4, 2023
The video is as wholesome as you will find, and includes players such as Jose Ramirez, Shane Bieber, Myles Straw, and several others.
They are seen signing baseballs, drawing with kids, reading for them, and even playing games like rock, paper, scissors.
The opening of Jose Ramirez Field, made for kids in unfavorable conditions, was also included in the clip.
Guardians players shared beautiful moments with young fans in the field, shagging fly balls, fielding grounders, and even having some batting practice and throwing sessions.
All things considered, you could say that the Guardians brought the game of baseball closer to the community and, particularly, to the kids, and there is a lot of value in that.
Anytime someone does something to help a kid fall in love with baseball, it’s an excellent way to grow the game.