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Cleveland Indians players, wives lead community efforts during current homestand

Activities part of season-long activations led by Kluber, Chisenhall, Francona and players' wives.
July 21, 2017

Cleveland Indians players including Corey Kluber and Lonnie Chisenhall, along with manager Terry Francona and players' wives, will lead multiple charitable activities during the team's current homestand. Those activities include:· Chisenhalls host American Heart Association guests, today: Lonnie and his wife, Meredith, will host special AHA guests who will watch Rock 'n'

Cleveland Indians players including Corey Kluber and Lonnie Chisenhall, along with manager Terry Francona and players' wives, will lead multiple charitable activities during the team's current homestand.
 Those activities include:
· Chisenhalls host American Heart Association guests, today: Lonnie and his wife, Meredith, will host special AHA guests who will watch Rock 'n' Blast from the dugout after the game.
·  Friends of Francona, Sunday: For the fourth year, Terry Francona and WTAM will team up with the Cleveland VA Medical Center to provide Club Lounge tickets to select military veterans and their families every Sunday home game. The veterans will receive Indians-branded military caps and T-shirts, as well as an in-game scoreboard message. 
·  Lonnie's Lineup, Tuesday: Lonnie Chisenhall and his wife, Meredith, will host families from the Salvation Army during batting practice at Tuesday home games. Along with on-field access, the families will also receive a clubhouse tour, watch the game from Club Lounge and receive other gifts, like T-shirts and stuffed animals, from the Chisenhalls.
·  Miller, player wives visit Foodbank, Tuesday (10AM-Noon): Andrew Miller, his wife and other players' wives will volunteer at the Foodbank as part of its "Step Up to the Plate" campaign.
·  Kluber's Kids, Wednesday: Corey Kluber and his wife, Amanda, will host a child from Cleveland Clinic Children's. As part of this program, the child and his or her family will watch batting practice on the field, receive Kluber jerseys and watch the game that night from the Club Lounge. On special occasions, guests will watch Kluber throw a bullpen session in the outfield.
·  Wives visit Providence House, Thursday (10AM-Noon): The visit marks the Indians Wives Association's fourth visit this season to the Cleveland crisis nursery.