Given the struggles the Cleveland Indians have been experiencing lately, the front office has changed direction and found a new partnership in securing the American League Championship.
In a bold move, the team has cemented a new relationship with local businessmen to ensure a successful and amicable conclusion to the current season. A source close to the new affiliation vows that the Indians inability to score runs is a problem of the past. "We can practically guarantee that this team will outscore their opponents for the remainder of the season," the source said. That same source further indicated, as this team makes their way to the American League Championship, look for the early return of David Dellucci from the disabled list to a starting and starring role with the team. This new affiliation was quickly authorized by Major League Baseball and warmly received in the greater Cleveland community.
The new Brotherhood of the Cleveland Indians welcomes tonight's starting pitcher for Detroit, Jeremy Bonderman to the Cleveland area earlier today.