Susie Guiliano interview, 27 October 2005

In this 2005 interview, Susie Guiliano, Manager Media Relations for the Cleveland Indians, discusses her live long love of baseball as well as her job with the Cleveland Indians for the past 22 years. Mrs. Guiliano is a native of the west side of Cleveland and recalls attending baseball games at Cleveland Municipal Stadium as a young girl in the 1970s with her mother. She attributes to her mother her love for baseball. In 1972, she and her mother struck up a friendship with Buddy Bell and his wife, which led her founding the Buddy Bell fan club in Cleveland, and eventually to her job with the Cleveland Indians. She recounts a number of interesting stories about the Indians, including her experiences after the Indians lost Game 6 in the 1995 World Series.

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