To see the world there all by itself likely brings to mind a bee, but that's not the kind of buzz that I'll be talking about today from my perch here at the Corner of Carnegie and Ontario.
The buzz that I'm talking about is all about action. The buzz that I'm talking about is what you see and hear traveling through the streets and buidings of downtown Cleveland during this bright and sunny Indians' summer day. The buzz that I'm talking about isn't all that unfamiliar to the fans here on the North Coast, even though they acted that way during the regular season run, when they failed to show up at the gates.
That was then.
This is now.
Your Cleveland Indians are playing October baseball once again.
Your Cleveland Indians have been here before.
Maybe the buzz started back at League Park in 1920, when the Cleveland Indians played in their first postseason. That Tris Speaker-led team fought through the adversity of star player Ray Chapman’s death after he was hit in the head by a C...