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It's been a meteoric rise to stardom for Manziel, who knew his appearance would be one the grade schoolers would not forget.
Manziel and Cleveland's other first-year players attended two events Wednesday. The first was at a Berea elementary school, where they kicked off a community service program inside a packed gymnasium that filled with high-pitched screams the moment Manziel entered. He slapped as many hands as he could before taking a seat with his teammates.
"Is that him?" he said, pointing at Manziel, who laughed.
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But he couldn't stop the rain.
Inside Grindstone Elementary School, the 21-year-old Manziel was in his element among more than 800 school kids.
Earlier in the day, Manziel posted a photograph on Twitter of him as a kid wearing an Indians uniform.
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Indians manager Terry Francona had been looking forward to seeing the former Heisman Trophy winner's arm.
"I don't think much catches me off guard anymore," he said of the reception. "It was warm and very welcome and I'm very grateful they gave me an ovation."
Manziel had just met center fielder Michael Bourn,China Jerseys Free Shipping, when Bourn's 4-year-old son, Bryson, asked his dad a question.
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Manziel wasn't worried about throwing a strike, noting it was the third time he had been invited to do the honor.
Gilbert also spoke to the crowd, drawing laughs when he said Manziel was a tough act to follow.
It's been that way since the draft for Gilbert, who was selected with the No. 8 overall pick ? 14 before Manziel ? but has taken a back seat to his well-known teammate.
CLEVELAND (AP) ? Johnny Manziel spent a day away from football hanging out with little kids and major leaguers.
"I hope he scrambles," Francona said.
He happily signed autographs and posed for photographs as the children, their teachers and parents clamored to be near the young star. He's grown accustomed to life as a celebrity, so Manziel wasn't surprised when his appearance triggered a raucous reaction from the kids on the second-to-last-day of school before summer vacation.
There were no shrill screams when Manziel arrived for the Indians game. After spending a few minutes in the clubhouse, Indians pitcher Josh Tomlin, a fellow Texan,Jerseys From China, escorted him to the indoor batting cages where Manziel got in a few warm-up tosses to get ready for a first pitch he never got to make.
Instead, Manziel was introduced along with his teammates as the grounds crew began preparing the field for a 9:30 start. Manziel waved to the rain-soaked fans and treated them to his trademark, finger-rubbing "money" gesture. As he left the field, fans chanted, "Here we go Brownies, here we go."
Manziel's arrival in Cleveland has triggered a run on Browns tickets and No. 2 jerseys. Although he's still a backup behind Brian Hoyer, Manziel is the unquestioned toast of this football town.
Later, while meeting some players inside Cleveland's clubhouse before the Indians hosted the Red Sox, there was one youngster who wasn't sure if he was looking at the man nicknamed Johnny Football.
Manziel was scheduled to throw out one of two ceremonial first pitches ? along with fellow first-round pick Justin Gilbert. But after a nearly two-hour delay, Manziel's moment on the mound was canceled.
"It's a great experience for them,Jerseys NFL China," he said. "I remember being a kid like this and the people I looked up to at the time ? Derek Jeter or Brett Favre or Michael Vick or whoever it was that I loved watching play ? and for these guys who are here are big Browns fans. We all know how much this community loves the Browns and what they do for us and the passion they have for us."
After being handed the microphone, Manziel introduced himself to the crowd.
"The Indians were always our team growing up, and when I moved to Kerrville in middle school that was our team again," he said.
"I'm Johnny Manziel, and I'm from Texas," he told the kids.
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