Dad, Daughter Named Indians ‘Fans of the Season’

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CLEVELAND — Keir Kurinsky and his one-year-old daughter, Ada, have been named the Cleveland Indians “Fans of the Season” for attending every home game together this year.

Kurinsky, who works from his Bay Village home, is a huge baseball fan.

He and Ada watched all 81 games, either from their seats in section 252, or while playing in the stadium’s “Kids’ Clubhouse.”

It all came to an end on Wednesday, as the Tribe closed out the season at home against the White Sox.

“I love baseball, but it was more just coming to the park all summer with her and spending all summer with her watching a great game of baseball.  It’s just classic,” Kurinsky said.

As “Fans of the Season,” Kurinsky and Ada got to spend time on the field before the game where they mingled with players and got autographs.

And although this season has ended, Kurinsky made sure he preserved the year’s memories.

He set up his own website that chronicles the entire season in pictures.

By the way, Ada just started to talk recently.

Kurinsky said her first two syllable word was “hot dog.”