In 1901 the team was the Bluebirds, which would add another team to the baseball aviary as well as fit with the existing red and blue color scheme. They were known as the Blues for short. How about Blue Sox, seeing as we have the Red and the White Sox? Maybe the Shredders, in the rock guitar sense of the word. Or Midges. Just to mess with the Yankees.
Chickenrones? In my neighbrhood those are known as grivenes. I made duck grivenes once, which my late and witty mom dubbed "quacklings."
What happened to "Toomy Gunn" Snider and his minions? Ah, fade to non-news, thank God. . .
I've heard floated the idea of a live music venue. I like this, it melds well with neighboring Heights Arts and is something other than yet another bar/restaurant.
northcoastservicesofcleveland, mighty hospitable of you to say so. Way to to represent the Heights. That aside, see my comment above, you dunce.
Oh, come on, am I the only one who saw the Swiftian in Scared West Siders hyperbole and handle?
What no Harvey Pekar? And he's not 50 feet from Eliot Ness. tsk.
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