CLEVELAND - While it feels like summer outside, Mapleside Farms is kicking off fall with another corn maze honoring a fan favorite—Indians All-Star Francisco Lindor.
It's the farm's largest corn maze ever and features Lindor's perfect home run hitting form and a block "C" and the "Go Tribe" rallying cry.
This isn't the farm's first time featuring a sports-inspired maze. When the Cavs won their historic championship, Mapleside Farms honored the team with a corn maze that had the words "Believeland" and "Hometown Hero."
“We’ve had an incredible string of great teams here in Cleveland over the past 3 to 4 years and we love the way the Cleveland Indians represent our great city, and specifically how Francisco plays the game with his whole heart and soul,” said Greg Clement, owner of Mapleside Farms.
The corn maze is open Friday, Sept. 7, as part of Pumpkin Village. Visit them at 294 Pearl Road in Brunswick.