Indians set to host World Series

The Cleveland Indians are set to host the World Series for the first time in nearly 20 years, hoping to continue the trend by ending a long Championship drought just as the Cavs did a few months ago. In advance of Tuesday's Game 1, they have released a couple of special menu items available just for the Fall Classic.

 

Nap Attack – in honor of Mike Napoli’s heroic Playoff bat, this dish is a giant turkey leg, braised in Ohio Apple Cider and butter, then smoked until tender! This beauty will be featured at the Thrown’ smoke stand for $13

Nap Attack – in honor of Mike Napoli’s heroic Playoff bat, this dish is a giant turkey leg, braised in Ohio Apple Cider and butter, then smoked until tender! This beauty will be featured at the Thrown’ smoke stand for $13

When Pigs Fly – appropriately named to represent the two longest standing teams without a World Series title, this dish is five crispy pork shank wings tossed in our maple hot sauce. Fans will be able to get this in the Ball Park Classic on the upper deck for $13    

When Pigs Fly – appropriately named to represent the two longest standing teams without a World Series title, this dish is five crispy pork shank wings tossed in our maple hot sauce. Fans will be able to get this in the Ball Park Classic on the upper deck for $13