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Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney to substitute for John Adams behind the drum for home opener

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Morning news and notes for Saturday, April 3, 2021

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Patrick Carney, an Akron native, volunteered after hearing that John Adams would miss the home opener.

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Cleveland Baseball Team News

Black Keys to drum for Cleveland
Celebrity drummer Patrick Carney will fill in for John Adams

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