Cleveland's historic sports venues have seen some memorable athletic moments.
Built in 1937 on the site of Charles F. Brush's Millionaires' Row estate, the 10,000-seat arena housed the Cleveland Barons hockey and Cleveland Cavaliers (1970-74). Boxer Jimmy Doyle died during a 1947 championship bout.
Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Known for its Romanesque carousel and skating rink, the park opened in 1901. In 1928, it added the 80 mph Cyclone coaster, which claimed four serious injuries and one death over 11 years.
The 20,000-plus-seat arena played home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lumberjacks, Force and Crunch. It was also where Michael Jordan made the Shot, a buzzer-beating jumper that eliminated the favored Cavs from the 1989 playoffs.
The recently refurbished ballpark, briefly called Dunn Field from 1916 to 1927, hosted the Cleveland Indians, Spiders, Buckeyes and other teams. It saw the first World Series grand slam in 1920 and Babe Ruth's 500th home run in 1929.