Snowed-Out Indians Go to Milwaukee to Play Ball The Cleveland Indians move their "home" opener in Milwaukee after a snowstorm blankets Cleveland. A crowd of 13,000 turned out at Miller Park to see the Tribe beat the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 7-6.
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Snowed-Out Indians Go to Milwaukee to Play Ball

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Snowed-Out Indians Go to Milwaukee to Play Ball

Snowed-Out Indians Go to Milwaukee to Play Ball

Snowed-Out Indians Go to Milwaukee to Play Ball

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The Cleveland Indians move their "home" opener in Milwaukee after a snowstorm blankets Cleveland. A crowd of 13,000 turned out at Miller Park to see the Tribe beat the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 7-6.

Erin Toner reports for member station WUWM in Milwaukee.