The Akron Aeros are battling for the Eastern League Championship and that has fans excited.
Aeros fan Jerry Shaw says he's looking forward to seeing the club compete for its fourth Eastern League title.
"To me, there's not much left to do around this area (downtown) and this is really exciting down here at the ballpark," says Shaw.
"There's something different every night."
Dan Geffken says that with the tough season the Indians had this year, it's gives baseball fans hope for the future.
"The minor leagues are all about player development, but you want to develop a winning attitude as well, so if you know how to play winning baseball here, hopefully you can take that to the majors as a young player," Geffken.
To make the atmosphere around Canal Park even better, Aeros supporter Brian Baker said anytime you beat the Yankees, even if it is their Double A affiliate.
The father son combination of Ronald and Steven Setar look at the Akron Aeros Championship run as an opportunity to see good, affordable baseball.
As the Aeros look to take another Eastern league title, the Setar's enjoy the weather, the baseball atmosphere and the winning.
Steven Setar tell AkronNewsNow, "I just love coming to the Akron Aeros games because every time we come out here the games are always close, the players, they all have good attitudes, they have very good character, there very sportsman like and they always play a great game here in Akron and they usually win unlike Cleveland with the Indians."
Stevens father, Ronald used to be an Indians Fan. "I used to be an Indians fan for years till he suggested we go to an Aeros Game five, Six years ago, and we've been coming here every year" says Ronald.
The Aeros will continue the series here in Akron for one more game, then head to New Jersey for the final three games.