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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Cleveland Rocks!

Hosted by Cleveland native Mike Golic, Classic Cleveland looks back at some of the best games and moments in Cleveland's sports history. Classic Cleveland will highlight Len Barker's perfect game in 1981, the Browns 1964 NFL championship win over the Colts, Eric Metcalf's 2-punt returns for touchdowns as the Browns defeat the Steelers in 1993, the Bengals vs. Browns in 1995 -- the final emotional game in Cleveland before team moved to Baltimore and David Aldridge will chronicle the history of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here's our complete schedule:
All times Eastern
Mike Golic's Cleveland Top Ten
10. The Blossom Music Center
9. The Michael Stanley Band
8. St. Joseph's High School (his high school)
7. Walleye fishing in Lake Erie
6. Former Brown great Leroy Kelly
5. Jacobs Field
4. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
3. The Flats -- great nightlife, restaurants, etc
2. The Cleveland Browns
1. The city of Pittsburgh losing in sports!

Classic Cleveland
Saturday, April 13
Noon - 7 p.m.

Saturday, April 13

Noon - Classic Cleveland
1986 NCAA Tournament, 1st Round
Cleveland vs. Indiana

Cleveland State shocks Indiana, 83-79, handing Bob Knight his first loss in the NCAA Tournament's 1st round.

2 p.m. - Classic Cleveland
1997 ALCS, Game 6
Indians @ Orioles

Kenny Lofton
Cleveland's Kenny Lofton is carried by his teammates after scoring the winning run in the 11th inning against Seattle.
The Indians headed back to the World Series for the second time in three years, using an 11th-inning homer from last-minute starter Tony Fernandez to beat the Baltimore Orioles 1-0 and win the ALCS 4-2.

4 p.m. - Classic Cleveland
Mariners @ Indians (8/5/01)

The Cleveland Indians tied a major league record and became the first team in 76 years to overcome a 12-run deficit to win, defeating the Seattle Mariners 15-14 in 11 innings. Jolbert Cabrera's broken-bat, one-out single in the 11th, the 40th hit of the game, scored Kenny Lofton from second with the winning run.

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