Indians Fan Still Going Strong at 92 Joe Corrado has been watching the Cleveland Indians for nine decades, six of them from a most unusual vantage point — right beside the press box. The 92-year-old has cheered — in person — Hall-of-Famers like Tris Speaker, Bob Feller and Ty Cobb.
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Indians Fan Still Going Strong at 92

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Indians Fan Still Going Strong at 92

Indians Fan Still Going Strong at 92

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Joe Corrado has been watching the Cleveland Indians for nine decades, six of them from a most unusual vantage point — right beside the press box.

The 92-year-old has cheered — in person — Hall-of-Famers like Tris Speaker, Bob Feller and Ty Cobb.

M.L. Schultze reports from member station WKSU.