The 70s were tough for Cleveland. And they were especially tough for the Indians.
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By Vince Guerrieri On Jan. 20, 1983, Ted Stepien was having a busy day. Less than three years into his [...]
From pyramids to barefooting, water ski clubs have been a Wisconsin family tradition for sixty years.
The Goodyear Wingfoots, General Electrics, and the heyday of industrial basketball.
The original Buckeyes were a championship-winning Negro League team that played in Cleveland in the 1940s.
Remembering the Ohio State Penitentiary Hurricanes—and the day my father played against them in 1965.
You've got sin tax questions, we've got sin tax answers. Across the country, citizens are reassessing their public investment in sports teams. How will Clevelanders vote in May?