CLEVELAND (AP) - Officials in Cleveland say the city will take a financial hit with three Indians home games moving to Milwaukee because of a spring snowstorm.
The city will lose out on as much as 150-thousand dollars in parking and admissions taxes today through Thursday.
The city collected taxes from Friday's scheduled home opener against Seattle, which was postponed in the fifth inning because of snow.
The weather prevented the Indians and Mariners from playing Saturday, Sunday and yesterday at Jacobs Field. With the field still unplayable, the Indians and Los Angeles Angels moved their three-game series to Milwaukee's Miller Park, which has a retractable roof.