So sit back and enjoy my commentary and loads of pictures.
I have always wanted to tour the Indians' ballpark. For some reason I always missed it.
The tour left exactly on time, so if you are going by all means do not be late.
First stop was the broadcast booth. It is the largest in major league baseball. The windows all slide open and our guide told us that many times a ball will fly through and since writers are not athletes, most of them duck under the tables. And then chase after the ball. The tour guide was amazing, talking about the history of the franchise and the stadiums.
The tour ended after about an hour. It was well worth the $7.50 and proceeds for the tours go to Cleveland Indians Charities. The guide was incredibly knowledgeable on all things Indians and really seemed to have a love for the team and organization.