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Joe Altobelli, Rocky's teammate in Reading and in Cleveland, keeping warm with a Chief Wahoo stadium blanket.

Joe Altobelli, Rocky's teammate in Reading and in Cleveland, keeping warm with a Chief Wahoo stadium blanket.

Indians General Mgr. Frank Lane with Dan Zerbey, General/Business Manager for the Indians' A franchise in Reading, Pa., 1958.  Reading's Municipal Stadium was built in 1948, and the Indians first played there in 1952.  Under Zerbey's tenure, Rocky Colavito, Roger Maris, Herb Score, Mudcat Grant, Joe Altobelli, Earl Averill Jr. and a number of other Indians passed through Reading on their way to Cleveland.

Indians General Mgr. Frank Lane with Dan Zerbey, General/Business Manager for the Indians' A franchise in Reading, Pa., 1958. Reading's Municipal Stadium was built in 1948, and the Indians first played there in 1952. Under Zerbey's tenure, Rocky Colavito, Roger Maris, Herb Score, Mudcat Grant, Joe Altobelli, Earl Averill Jr. and a number of other Indians passed through Reading on their way to Cleveland.

A snapshot taken during the National Anthem at Cleveland Municipal Stadium on 17 September 1955.  Rocky had made his major league debut exactly one week earlier, in Boston, on 10 September.

A snapshot taken during the National Anthem at Cleveland Municipal Stadium on 17 September 1955. Rocky had made his major league debut exactly one week earlier, in Boston, on 10 September.

Ted Williams launching a home run against the Indians in old Cleveland Municipal Stadium - late 1950's.

Ted Williams launching a home run against the Indians in old Cleveland Municipal Stadium - late 1950's.

Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians

Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians

Rocky Colavito, Roger Maris, and Gene Woodling of the Cleveland Indians, at the batting cage, 1958.

Rocky Colavito, Roger Maris, And Gene

Rocky Colavito, Roger Maris, and Gene Woodling of the Cleveland Indians, at the batting cage, 1958.

The greatest right-handed picher in the history of the game for my money, "Bullet" Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians

The greatest right-handed picher in the history of the game for my money, "Bullet" Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians

Bob Feller, piece of Cleveland Municipal Stadium Seat care

Bob Feller, piece of Cleveland Municipal Stadium Seat care

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