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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.

Roger Maris followed Rocky through the Indians' minor league system in Reading and Indianapolis before breaking in with the Cleveland club in 1957.  This is a photo from Maris's rookie season.

Roger Maris followed Rocky through the Indians' minor league system in Reading and Indianapolis before breaking in with the Cleveland club in 1957. This is a photo from Maris's rookie season.

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.

Original Post Card, Cleveland's Luna Park, Euclid Beach Park timeline

Original Post Card, Cleveland's Luna Park, Euclid Beach Park timeline

1963-69 Cleveland Indians RP Type VII (post card), signed.

1963-69 Cleveland Indians RP Type VII (post card), signed.

Kirby Farrell, Rocky's manager at Reading, 1953, and the man credited with "correcting" his batting stance so that he no longer imitated Joe DiMaggio's; Rocky began that season with a .098 batting average before making adjustments.

Kirby Farrell, Rocky's manager at Reading, 1953, and the man credited with "correcting" his batting stance so that he no longer imitated Joe DiMaggio's; Rocky began that season with a .098 batting average before making adjustments.

1961 Jay Publishing Cleveland Indians #NNO Woody Held Front

1961 Jay Publishing Cleveland Indians #NNO Woody Held Front

In the 1965 Gabe Paul was running the Indians and he did what he had to do to get the still popular Colavito back in Cleveland. Description from centerfieldmaz.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In the 1965 Gabe Paul was running the Indians and he did what he had to do to get the still popular Colavito back in Cleveland. Description from centerfieldmaz.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Author and Cleveland sports writer Gordon Cobbledick during his years or service in WW2.  In 1966, he and Colavito would collaborate on Rocky's biography, Don't Knock the Rock!, published by World.

Author and Cleveland sports writer Gordon Cobbledick during his years or service in WW2. In 1966, he and Colavito would collaborate on Rocky's biography, Don't Knock the Rock!, published by World.

Public Auditorium Great Lakes Exposition Cleveland Ohio 1939 | eBay

Public Auditorium Great Lakes Exposition Cleveland Ohio 1939 | eBay

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