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The Ohio Town that Baseball Legend Cy Young Called Home

Cy Young’s name is synonymous with Major League Baseball’s most dominant pitchers. He was born in Tuscarawas County in 1867, and he lived there both during and after his career in the big leagues.

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3 Questions: Tom Runnells

The former Major League Baseball player, manager and coach turns old baseballs into works of art.

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Minor League Baseball Guide

Goofy mascots, quirky promotions and great deals on ballpark food — here’s what Ohio’s teams have on deck this season.

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Tracy Martin’s Vintage Baseball Museum

Filled with 3,000 authentic artifacts stretching back to the game’s earliest days, this private collection pays tribute to the evolution of America’s pastime.

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The Robinson-Shuba Commemorative Statue

This addition to Youngstown’s Wean Park immortalizes the famous handshake between baseball players George Shuba and Jackie Robinson.

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American Dreams

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage examines how immigrants and minorities embraced baseball as a way to fit into society.

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The Legacy of Harry M. Stevens

The native of England settled in Niles, Ohio, before trading his mill job for the baseball business. The innovations he pioneered remain staples of the ballpark experience.

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Secret Ohio: Cy Young’s Grave

The man whose name is synonymous with Major League Baseball pitching excellence is buried in Tuscarawas County.

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3 Questions: Pete Rose

The Ohio native and all-time hit leader talks baseball, Cincinnati and the Hall of Fame.

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The Strange Tale of Ten Cent Beer Night

What the Cleveland Indians dreamed up during the summer of 1974 is a bizarre slice of baseball folklore and an odd page of Ohio history.

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150 Years of the Cincinnati Reds

The Cincinnati Reds celebrate the 150th anniversary of becoming baseball’s first pro team in 2019. Here are a few home games to put on your schedule.

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3 Questions: Jim Thome

Indians legend Jim Thome discusses the origins of his batting stance, his most memorable All-Star Game and playing in the World Series.

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Hometown Legend

Newcomerstown honors pitcher Cy Young, one of the greatest players of all time.

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Cleveland and the 2019 MLB All-Star Game

The Cleveland Indians welcome the All-Star Game back to downtown Cleveland in 2019. Here are a few other games at Progressive Field to put on your calendar this year.

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Toledo: City Sights

Check out a zip line across the zoo’s African savanna and the Mud Hens’ new entertainment district.

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Great Ohio Road Trips: Minor League Ballparks

From the Dayton Dragons to the Columbus Clippers, these teams offer plenty of fun alongside America’s pastime.

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3 Questions: Johnny Bench

We talk baseball with the Reds legend and Hall of Fame catcher.

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Essay: When Is Opening Day?

Why does baseball have such a hold on us? One writer delves into the roots of our eternal love for the game.

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Road Trips: Classic Cincinnati Tour

From landmark buildings to baseball history to amusement park thrills, these Cincinnati spots offer fun ways to revisit the past.

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3 Questions: Hal McCoy

The veteran baseball writer discusses the Cincinnati Reds, Opening Day and the challenge that threatened his career.

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