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Blue Jays announcer won’t use the Cleveland Indians nickname during ALCS

Jerry Howarth, who does play-by-play calls on Toronto Blue Jays games, won’t be referring to the Cleveland Indians by their nickname when the two teams start the American League Championship Series on Friday. “For the rest of my career I will not say ‘Indian’ or ‘Brave,’ and if I was in the NFL I would […]
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