CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - While baseballs are being thrown in the parking lots outside Progressive Field, inside, though, there are strong cheers as the Cleveland Indians were introduced before Game 6 of the World Series.
The loudest cheers from the crowd of more than 37,000 came when the team's manager Terry Francona was introduced.
Hunter Hayes sang the national anthem and the first pitch was thrown by former Indians pitcher Dennis Martinez.
Indians Josh Tomlin will square up against Cubs Jake Arrieta.
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