Monday, April 9, 2007

Home Field Now Portable

The Cleveland Indians will have their home opener hundreds of miles away from Jacobs Field in Milwaukee's Miller Park, home of the Brewers. This change was made by Major League Baseball after watching four straight games snowed out in a row due to the crazy insane unstoppable threat of Global Warming. The city of Milwaukee is thrilled by the move as residents look forward to watching a real baseball team take the field from the home dugout. It remains to be seen if Bernie Brewer will be present to go sliding after Tribe home runs. It is possible that the snow in Cleveland will subside by June so that the Indians can actually play in Cleveland. No word yet on whether the weather has anything to do with local tribes protesting the Chief Wahoo image by performing a native snow dance to sabotage the season.

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