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Jays broadcaster Jerry Howarth hasn't used Indians nickname in over 25 years

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TORONTO - Blue Jays broadcaster Jerry Howarth won't be using the word "Indians" when he calls the American League Championship Series between Toronto and Cleveland, and he says he hasn't uttered the team nickname on the air for nearly 25 years. Howarth told The Fan 590 on Tuesday that he stopped
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