It may only be the first game of a long, arduous season, but there are eight definite lessons we can take from the Cleveland Indians’ record-setting 2012 opener.
After literally taking an hour and a half to find a parking spot, thus missing the first two innings of the game today, I was able to witness history. I was a part of the largest Opening Day crowd in Progressive Field history, I witnessed the longest Opening Day game in the history of Major League Baseball, and I got to see further proof that God just might hate Cleveland.
Melodrama aside, the Tribe’s 2012 opener left me with some definite impressions. It is basically the smallest of sample sizes, but here are eight things to take away from the first game of the Indians’ season. Read More…
From Indians Prospect Insider, April 6, 2012