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Latest Bob Feller Items
Nothing brings former Cleveland Indians star Bob Feller's hometown of Van Meter, Iowa, together quite like Randi Van Rees and her succulent pork tenderloin sandwiches.
The Bob Feller Museum is scheduled to reopen April 5, but financial troubles are threatening its survival in his central Iowa hometown of Van Meter.
Anne Feller didn't address the crowd at the Hall of Fame Classic. Her presence alone was enough.
Before beginning their first season without Bob Feller in 75 years, the Cleveland Indians saluted the late Hall of Famer.
So much more than a pitcher, Indians Hall of Famer Bob Feller was remembered as a civic treasure on the eve of opening day.
Fans will have an opportunity to gather in celebration of the life of Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller, who died in December.
There's a noticeable absence, an emptiness this year at training camp that the Cleveland Indians will never fill.
In his tiny hometown, Bob Feller was the farm boy who never forgot his roots.
Teenage pitching sensation, World War II hero, outspoken Hall of Famer and local sports treasure. Bob Feller was all of them.