Talkin' Tribe At The Indians Caravan In Marion!

The Cleveland Indians made the trip to Marion to talk Indians baseball on Thursday afternoon at Ralphies. A few hundred Tribe fans joined them for Hot Stove talk, pictures and autographs.

The Indians representatives were Indians Radio Network broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus, Sports Time Ohio play-by-play announcer Matt Underwood, longtime Indians Public Relations executive and historian Bob DiBiasio and the 1980 American League Rookie of The Year Joe Charboneau.

Jim Rosenhaus, Matt Underwood, Bob DiBiasio, Joe Charboneau

Jim Rosenhaus, Matt Underwood, Bob DiBiasio, Joe Charboneau

The panel talked about the 2020 Indians team and Super Joe talked about the good ole days of Indians baseball.

You can hear the entire conversation, by clicking the podcast below...

Paul had a chance to talk to Bob DiBiasio about Marion's own Toby Harrah, who played for the Indians from 1979-1983.

Here's what Bobby D had to say about a LaRue native and Elgin Grad who became a Major League Baseball legend ...

Bob DiBiasio talks about Toby Harrah
Bob Dibiasio talks to Paul about Toby Harrah

Bob Dibiasio talks to Paul about Toby Harrah

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