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Behind The Scenes At Opening Day

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/4/2014

Opening Day in Major League Baseball is considered a national holiday for many sports fans and if you're a supporter of the Cleveland Indians, that holiday was on Friday.

The team's home opener with the Minnesota Twins at Progressive Field took place Friday evening and a number of top executives with the team had their hands full with preparations.

WMFD's Lauren Artino, Brian Skowronski and intern Amy Schopp were on site at Progressive Field during the early hours of Indians Opening Day and had an opportunity to catch up with some of those executives to get an inside look at the days developments and the season moving forward.

   
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