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06/30/2019

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Randy Barle

Thanks Bill, Great summary of our Cleveland Indians and the wonderful changes of the city that love ..

George  Vecsey

As a long-time visitor, who covered the Yankees on the road starting in 1962, I felt Cleveland (and Detroit) fading in those years, and preferred other cities. But my 10 years as a news reporter changed my perspective....and now I root for the old cities to hold on, and I am encouraged by the life asserting itself in both Detroit and Cleveland. The great museum and orchestra of Cleveland remain. And the downtown ballpark adds life. I was at those cold games in 1997 WS. Keep going. Enjoy the game.
George Vecsey (ex-Newsday and NY Times)

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