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World Series babies get special onesies to cheer Tribe

World Series onesie (Source: WOIO) World Series onesie (Source: WOIO)
Newborns get Tribe fever (Source: WOIO) Newborns get Tribe fever (Source: WOIO)
FAIRVIEW PARK, OH (WOIO) -

You're never too young to become a Cleveland Indians fan.

So babies born today and throughout the World Series are sporting new onesies to cheer on the Tribe.

Cleveland Clinic is giving newborns the World Series onesies to help the Indian's quest for a championship.

At least five babies got their #RallyTogether outfit at Fairview Hospital Tuesday morning.

Babies at Hillcrest, Fairview, Main Campus SDU, Medina and Cleveland Clinic Akron General are receiving a onesie. 

About 13,000 babies are delivered annually throughout the Cleveland Clinic health system. 

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