The Sports Landscape Changed In The Spring Of 1994 When The Cleveland Indians Moved Into Their New Stadium At The Corner Of Carnegie And Ontario No Longer The Joke Of The League, The Jake Made Them The Jewel Of Baseball And Helped Revitalize A City And A Fan Base For The First Time Ever, These Interviews And Stories From The Players, Managers And Front Office Personnel Give The Inside Scoop On What Happened On The Field, In The Dugout And Behind The Scenes Of This Exciting Time In Cleveland Sports History Get The Best Seat In The House For The Most Recent Addition To The Tribe S Celebrated Legacy. Brings back memories of the teams from the 1990s and early 2000s On page 122 of the book, the author, who calls himself an avid Cleveland sports fan, incorrectly spelled both Ryan Raburn and Michael Bourn s name in several spots This infuriates me All authors should proofread, and any Cleveland Indians fan should know how to spell the players names correctly Also, this man who claims to be an avid Cleveland sports fan, not just Indians fan, added several pictures of himself throughout the book, which was annoying on its own, but many of them had him in a Denver Broncos hoodie Again, how is that proving you re an avid Cleveland sports f
I enjoyed reading about the Indians in the nineties and early 2000 s But this book just wasn t very well written The writer lacked excitement and creativity Fairly boring read.
- 128 pages
- Jacobs Field
- Vince McKee
- 09 December 2017 Vince McKee