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April 3, 2013

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Some very good news out of Indianapolis where the Indians will be opening their season tonight at beautiful Victory Field.

I had assumed that home games wouldn’t be available this year when I found nothing on the team’s website confirming the coverage.

But an answer to my query posted on the Indians Facebook page confirmed the coverage.

The reply said: “All Indians home games will braodcast on Home Town Sports & News (HTSN). (It is) accessible over-the-air with an antenna on channel 6.2. HTSN can also be viewed on most cable systems including Comcast.”

It is available on channel 420 here locally on Comcast. That makes my summer just that much better. Not that all of my Tribe viewing pleasure will be confined to television. I already have a couple of tickets for an Indians game later this month.

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