In 1959, thousands of grade-school kids became wide-eyed fans of the Cleveland Indians baseball team for the first time. They thrilled to the power of Rocky Colavito, the dash of Minnie Minoso, the antics of Jimmy Piersall, and the gutsy pitching of Cal McLish. Eight year-old Andy reveled in this new, wonderful world of home runs, wild crowds, and a pennant race into late summer in a sports-mad steel town along Lake Erie. Would it always be like this? Andy and his classmates at Audubon Elementary School believed it would go on forever, until one fateful April day.