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Toronto Blue Jays voice won’t say “Indians” when calling ALCS

Long-time Blue Jays voice Jerry Howarth won’t be saying “Indians” when Toronto and Cleveland meet in the American League Championship Series starting on Friday. Howarth says he made the decision not to say the Cleveland team name more than two decades ago because he finds it offensive to aboriginal Americans or First Nations people. Howarth told […] The post Toronto Blue Jays voice won’t say “Indians” when calling ALCS appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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