Cardinals in the Hall of Fame Game, Patrick Peterson is eager to take a look around Canton, Ohio.
Sports fans in Northeast Ohio are blessed with three professional teams to follow. Win or lose, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and Browns provide plenty of storylines of varying degrees for 12 months.
When special events come to the area, the potential exists for a bonanza. The upcoming week (July 31-Aug. 6) meets all the criteria — and then some.
The Indians, first place in the AL Central and on fire, face two legendary franchises. They visit the Boston Red Sox for three games and play host to the New York Yankees for four games.
The Indians return to Fenway Park on Monday for the first time since sweeping the Red Sox in the 2016 American League Division Series. Hopefully, the Red Sox will have another activity involving David Ortiz to distract them.
The Yankees, as a member of the AL East, come to Cleveland once a year. This particular season, they are battling the Red Sox for division supremacy and feature such young stars as outfielder Aaron Judge and catcher Gary Sanchez and recently promoted outfielder Clint Frazier, the former Indians prospect who was traded last year as part of the Andrew Miller deal.
Dallas Cowboys vs Arizona Cardinals NFL Hall of Fame Game Start.
Thursday, August 3, 2017,
Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Time: 8:00p ET NBC