(CLEVELAND) – Snow, cold and blizzard-like weather conditions…all of it wouldn’t stop “TribeFest”.
The Cleveland Indians held their annual winter festival at Progressive Field over the weekend prepping fans for the upcoming 2014 season.
Along with the main stage which featured players as well as manager Terry Francona simply talking baseball, fans had the opportunity to get autographs, take pictures, tour the Indians clubhouse and even get a haircut from the team barber.
This was the second-straight year for “TribeFest”. WTAM 1100 as well as Sportstime Ohio held live broadcasts from the winter festival as well.
Fans had a unique opportunity to prep for baseball season in the cold month of January. Pitchers and catchers report to Goodyear, Arizona on February 11 for spring training.