Indians Have Heavenly Fan Sister Edwin is a devout Cleveland Indians fan, even though she works down the street from the Atlanta Braves' ballpark.
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Indians Have Heavenly Fan

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Indians Have Heavenly Fan

Indians Have Heavenly Fan

Indians Have Heavenly Fan

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Sister Edwin may work down the street from the Atlanta Braves' ballpark, but she is a devout fan of the Cleveland Indians.

Sister Edwin works at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home for terminally ill cancer patients in Atlanta. But she is very happy about the success of her favorite team and talks to Scott Simon about her faith in the Indians.

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