Cleveland Indians

photo of Believeland panel

It will probably come as no surprise that one of the biggest hits at the Cleveland International Film Festival this year is a documentary on the pain and anguish that Cleveland sports fans have experienced for decades. WKSU’s Kabir Bhatia takes a look at the new film, “Believeland.”

photo of SabreCat bats

  There are about 30 companies in the world authorized to make bats for Major League Baseball – and one of them is in Northeast Ohio.

Today is the Indians’ Home Opener, right in the middle of the busy season for Rob Roberts and the team at SabreCat Bats. The seven-year-old company just moved to a new shop in Louisville, where ash and maple are being spun into bats for everyone from Little Leaguers to Major Leaguers.

Indians left fielder Michael Brantley
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The Cleveland Indians are feeling confident about the upcoming season with less than two weeks until Opening Day. The team has had a solid spring training with a few pleasant surprises. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto has spent the past week with the Tribe in Goodyear, Ariz., and says there are four reasons why the Indians will be Central Division contenders: