Look: Trevor Bauer catches Indians game with fans in stadium day after trade
Trevor Bauer was in no rush to leave Cleveland after being traded by the Indians to the Cincinnati Reds as part of a three-team deal on Tuesday night.
The 2018 All-Star took in Wednesday night’s Indians-Houston Astros game at Progressive Field. He even hung out among the fans in right field:
He’s crazy but I love it! Who else does this? Trevor Bauer at the Tribe game just being an ordinary fan. pic.twitter.com/0XWrRn6ZTV
— GV Art + Apparel (@GVartwork) August 1, 2019
Bauer later entered the media dining room to hold an impromptu press conference and answer some questions for reporters.
This is one of the more unusual things I've ever seen. Trevor Bauer, who was traded by the Indians last night, held an impromptu press conference tonight in the press box dining room during tonight's game. He spoke about what he thinks his legacy in Cleveland will be @wkyc pic.twitter.com/gvNDRH1cQC
— David Kinder II (@davidkinderii) August 1, 2019
Bauer is a polarizing figure, but he gained a lot of fans during his time in Cleveland. He pitched for them from 2013 to this season, going 67-53 with a 3.89 ERA in over 1,000 innings. They made the postseason three years in a row, including the World Series in 2016.