On Cleveland Guardians name change, Amed Rosario gets it

The Cleveland Guardians will be well represented by Amed Rosario.

Amed Rosario really immerses himself in the Cleveland Guardians fan base. He wasn’t the focal point of the Guardians and Mets trade that saw Francisco Lindor sent off to New York, but he was the player who stepped up in the first Lindor-free season the Guards have had in a year. time.

He was an excellent replacement player and played very high level baseball. Rosario and Lindor were nearly identical in defensive play, and Rosario beat Lindor at home plate. The only real area that Lindor surpassed Rosario was in circuits and even then, not by much.

It should come as no surprise, then, that Rosario continues to anchor himself in the hearts of fans by answering the ever-controversial name question with the utmost tact and poise. When asked what it was like to call The Guardians team, Rosario replied;

I got used to it because at the end of the day, we represent Cleveland.

Amed Rosario takes the right approach to Clevelnad Guardians name change

Too many people have given too much importance to the name on the front of the jersey, instead of the city in which they play. They’re the Cleveland baseball team, nothing else matters. Rosario is right to see how he sees the team.

It’s normal to be sad that the name has changed, c’est la vie. Things change all the time. Sometimes name changes need to happen. Sometimes they should happen. For example, it doesn’t make sense that Utah’s basketball team is called “The Jazz”. Sure, they were from New Orleans, but nobody thought it was time to change their name?

I, for one, have never been hung up on names before when it comes to sports teams. Why would I? A team name is nothing more than something to market and profit from. So why would it matter if the team was called The Indians or The Guardians?

As long as they play in Cleveland, that’s all that matters.

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