December 2011 Catalog > Sports > Stadium Artifacts
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Lot 553: Cleveland Municipal Stadium Field Rake
Not all relics from Cleveland Municipal Stadium were dumped into Lake Erie when the stadium was demolished in 1996. This wooden field rake - used on the infield dirt during Cleveland Indians baseball games for years - survived, and now it can be yours! Measuring 70 inches in length, this heavily used landscaping tool still has a number of dirt stains and deposits from the field. Its light blue color is similar to the color of the bleacher sections of the stadium, popularized by their use in the iconic film "Major League".
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