The New York Times posted an article about the Tribe's Snow Days festivities and here's just about the only interesting thing to take away from the piece:
Encouraging that habit would seem particularly important for the Indians, who drew fewer fans — 1,391,644 — than any other major league club this season. Although the Indians expect to take a financial loss on this year’s Snow Days, it does serve as a form of creative advertising for the team.
Insert your own Cleveland Indians joke here.
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