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The Indians are Cleveland’s most-watched team

Morning News and Notes for Thursday, November 23, 2017

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. According to Nielsen Scarborough, more people in Cleveland are watching the Indians than any other team, which should make the Dolans very thankful.

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Nielsen Scarborough poll says Indians are Cleveland's most-watched team - Crain's Cleveland Business - The Indians, according to Scarborough, have taken the top spot in the Cleveland market for the first time since 2012. The Cavs are a very close second, and the Browns are eight percentage points back of the Cavs at No. 3.

Indians host Thanksgiving at Progressive Field | - In what has become an annual tradition, the Indians hosted roughly 400 people for a Thanksgiving dinner at the ballpark, providing a substantial meal for groups from Our Lady of the Wayside, Shoes and Clothes for Kids, Boys & Girls Clubs, Ohio Guidestone and City Mission.

Will Jason Kipnis or Jose Ramirez start at 2B | - People have questions. Smarter people want them answered by Jordan Bastian.

Cleveland Indians invite Jeff Beliveau, Leonel Campos, Drew Maggi to spring training | - Championship!

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