Map charting the actual path and times of the solar eclipse of August 31, 1932.
So, what does this have to do with the Cleveland Indians? Well, on August 28th, 1932, the Boston Red Sox moved their game at Fenway Park with the Cleveland Indians from August 31st to the 28th, causing a double header and relieving their fans and the teams of any ill effects of the eclipse. The Red Sox and Indians split the double header. On the 31st, as predicted, the skies above Fenway Park darkened for over 20 minutes.
Strange but true!