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Former Indians Pitcher Trevor Bauer Puts Out a Video On the Trade and His Final Day in Cleveland

Former Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer made headlines last week stating that he didn’t miss much about Cleveland, but while that may be true, that didn’t stop him from making another video, this time talking about the final day with the Tribe, and the trade to the Reds.

Here’s the description of the video from Youtube:

As the 2019 MLB Trade Deadline neared, former Cleveland Indians P Trevor Bauer was the talk of the baseball world. Every day, there was a new rumor, a new city, a new team, and a new trade that was supposed to be a “done deal.” Then, on July 30th, it all became a reality. In a dizzying three-team trade, Bauer was sent to his new team, the Cincinnati Reds. In a flurry of emotions and movement, Bauer had us follow him every step of the way to show just what it’s like being THE blockbuster trade in the middle of a competitive season. This is — Traded: A Documentary.

Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.



  1. Lucille Karnofel

    September 4, 2019 at 9:50 am

    Trevor Bauer was different from the usual pitchers Cleveland or any other team had. But, that’s what made him special. I liked his quirkiness. He worked hard every day. Helped anyone who asked him for help. He was honest and straight to the point. I will miss him and hope Cleveland at some point will bring him back. Good luck Trevor. Stay true to yourself.

  2. Denise Koch

    September 4, 2019 at 11:20 am

    I agree…Trevor’s unique persona made him more fascinating. No one could ever question his determination to be the best pitcher he could be. Also, his vision to move MLB forward in many areas…training, fan interaction, to name a few, is necessary to increase interest in the sport. At the end of the day it must have been difficult for him to digest all the changes in only 3 days. I have watched all his starts since the trade and the one notable thing I see is the adjustment to a new league, with some different rules(DH) and strategies, players…it all takes time. Cincy seems very open to new ideas and that bodes well for Trevor moving forward. His best buds from the team are still there for him, as he is for them. Too bad some of the Tribe management lost patience with him. Seems they have had unlimited patience with others (Salazar). Each players is just a person, unique to himself. Get to know them. A baseball team us really like a surrogate family. I wish Trevor all the best moving forward and hope he achieves one of his baseball goals, a Cy Young, during his career🤩

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