Mathematics’ Christopher Butler sounds off on Cleveland’s place in ranking of cities’ pro sports success

Ranking U.S. cities for pro sports success over five decades, from Boston to Cleveland

The Plain Dealer: A new compilation of United States cities’ sports team’s success ranks Cleveland second to last in cities with three or more major sports teams. According to Christopher Butler, instructor in the Department of Mathematics, Cleveland’s championship drought since 1964 had just a 0.4 percent of lasting this long.