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07/14/2011 1:39 PM ET
Indians promote Bob DiBiasio, Curtis Danburg
DiBiasio Promoted to Senior Vice President of Public Affairs; Danburg Promoted to Senior Director of Communications
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CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Indians today announced the promotions of Bob DiBiasio to Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Curtis Danburg to Senior Director of Communications.

DiBiasio, who is in the midst of his 33rd season in Major League Baseball and 32nd with the Indians, will maintain duties as primary Indians spokesperson and utilize three decades of experience as a resource to Broadcasting, Community Outreach, Sales and Communications efforts. He will continue his role as host of the popular Indians Alumni Roundtable show on STO, as well as take an active role in developing new Indians programming and providing public relations assistance. The Lakewood, OH native and graduate of Ohio Wesleyan (Bachelor's degree) and The Ohio State University (Master's degree) serves as President of Cleveland Indians Charities and is an honorary member of both the executive board of the Boys and Girls of Cleveland, the board of the Cleveland Baseball Federation and also a member of the Notre Dame College athletic advisory board.

Danburg, who is in his 16th season with the Cleveland Indians, will be tasked with leading the newly named Baseball Information department (formerly Media Relations) and areas of Corporate Communications, Broadcasting, Digital Media and Digital Asset Management. A native of Mentor, OH, he attended Bowling Green State University majoring in Sports Management and initially joined the Indians as a Media Relations intern during the 1996 season.

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