You knew it was only a matter of time that the Cleveland Indians would either be forced by Major League Baseball or would decide on their own the name Indians must go.
Call me old-fashioned. There is something about a printed newspaper that reflects the place and time in which it was produced and that will never be captured quite as well in 50 or 100 years by looking at archived online internet articles about a historical event – such as the coronavirus pandemic of 2020. It will still be best reflected in the printed newspapers of the time, which will show researchers how normal life came to a halt – how there were still television listings in the paper, for example, but no movie listings, because the movie theaters were closed.
Since March, the world of sports has pretty much come to a halt. I have spent much of my sports time being extremely ticked off at Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, the players and the owners.