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How suburban fans can enjoy Cleveland stadium mustard for World Series

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  • Bertman Original Ball Park Mustard has been part of Cleveland Indians baseball for about 90 years.

      Bertman Original Ball Park Mustard has been part of Cleveland Indians baseball for about 90 years.
    Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer

 
 

Suburban Cubs fans can have an authentic Progressive Field experience without traveling to Cleveland for the World Series.

All they need to do is hit a Heinen's Fine Foods in Barrington, Bannockburn, Lake Bluff or Glenview.

Based in northeastern Ohio, Heinen's suburban locations sell iconic Cleveland items such as Bertman Original Ball Park Mustard, which has been part of Indians baseball for about 90 years. Bertman is the old world-style brown mustard fans will slap on hot dogs while watching the Cubs and Indians at Progressive Field.

Bertman was at the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1948, when the Indians defeated the Boston Braves for their last World Series win.

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