Outright Northern Ohio League title, playoff berth at stake as Norwalk (6-3, 3-2) visits Div. III No. 10 Sandusky (8-1, 5-0)
On Tuesday night, Cleveland will be center stage for the sports universe with a celebration that once seemed inconceivable. Here are some local stories to read between innings/quarters of Tuesday night’s games.
1990s Indians outfielder to throw out first pitch of World Series in Cleveland. Snagged ride on plane after Marblehead man gave up his ticket.
Event for children ages 9-14 is Oct. 30
Young Cleveland Indians superfan ready to cheer Tribe on in World Series.
‘Terry (Francona) has a very hard, hard job in Chicago, I don’t know what he’s going to do.’
The fandom for Harriett Schlessman, a 1935 Monroeville High School graduate, spans almost a full century
Truckers close season at 7-10-2 after falling on penalty kicks to Lexington in a district semifinal
Second-to-last high school state poll has four area teams ranked in the top 10 of their respective division
Polar Bears (5-4, 3-0) host Tiffin Calvert (6-3, 3-0) Friday — winner claims Sandusky Bay Conference River division championship
Tiger senior named top player in SBC Bay division; joined by two teammates on first team
Jim Westerhold, a lifelong Cleveland Indians fan, talked with his nephew Matt about his experiences with covering the Tribe and the relationships he established with the players and staff.
‘A lot of people will have fun with this — Cubs and Indians, and whose curse is the strongest. Fans will pull out every anti-jinx weapon they can find.’
LeBron James was asked last week if there was anything that could make this better. He said: “I don’t know, having an ice cream truck outside both arenas at the same time as well — icing on the cake.”