Do you blame the rain delay for the Indians' World Series loss last night? You're not alone.
The rain delay killed all of the Indians' momentum and allowed Cubs to regroup.— Joe Santoro (@JOE__SANTORO) November 3, 2016
Plot twist.. #MLB can control the weather and created that rain delay in order to stop the Indians momentum and help the Cubs win the WS ??— œ∑´®†ƒ∂ (@UtopianIdeals) November 3, 2016
Well, some intrepid fans have come up with a solution for next season: a dome over Progressive Field.
The fans, who estimate that the great dome project would cost about $1.2 million, created a GoFundMe for the endeavor. It currently has zero donations, but that doesn't mean it won't rally to its goal.
Let's make 2017 the year, Tribe.
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