Indians Manager Terry Francona could run for mayor and win. Not everyone in Cleveland knows his face, though.

Before heading to Progressive Field earlier than usual on game day, Francona, who typically rides a scooter to the ballpark, was helping one of the employees at the hotel where he stays while in Cleveland. The worker had no idea she was talking to someone famous.

“She said: ‘Man, this place is crazy. Who do you want to win?”‘ Francona said.

He said he looked at her with a straight face and said, “I’ll go with the Indians.”

CUBS: Jake Arrieta wouldn’t let a road trip and one of the biggest starts of his life stop him from going trick-or-treating with his family this Halloween.

The pitcher’s wife, Brittany, shared Instagram photos of their two small children dressed up in their costumes a day before Tuesday’s Game 6. She captioned the pictures, “Hotel trick or treating (equals) my kind of Halloween.”

Cooper Arrieta went as Spiderman, while his sister, Palmer, was a princess. The hotel Halloween experience seems to have been successful. Both kids hold lollipops in a photo.

METS: All-Star closer Jeurys Familia pitcher, who was featured in an anti-domestic violence ad campaign, is facing a domestic violence charge in New Jersey.

A complaint filed by authorities in Fort Lee municipal court alleges that Familia caused “bodily injury to another” and that they observed a scratch to the victim’s chest and a bruise to the victim’s right cheek.

It says the 27-year-old Familia was arrested early Monday and charged with simple assault.

He is the married father of a year-old boy. The Mets said “the matter was brought to our attention and we are monitoring the situation.”

MARLINS: One early sign of Jose Fernandez’s lasting legacy will be a literal one.

Miami-Dade County commissioners approved a proposal to rename the portion of 17th Avenue near Marlins Park “Jose Fernandez Avenue” in honor of the Marlins pitcher who died in a Sept. 25 boat crash that also killed two of his friends.

Bruno Barreiro, the commissioner who represents Little Havana and sponsored the resolution, said he decided to push for the street naming even after autopsy results revealed Fernandez was drunk and had cocaine in his system when he died.

The crash – which also killed 27-year-old Emilio Macias and 25-year-old Eduardo Rivero – is still under investigation, and officials have not determined who was driving Fernandez’s boat when it crashed into a jetty off Miami Beach.

Twelve of the 13 commissioners attended Tuesday’s meeting. Only seven – the minimum to form a quorum – were present for the vote.

Several appeared to leave their seats as the topic was raised. All commissioners present voted in favor. The procedure took about two minutes.

“I tend to separate what he did in his personal life from his professional life,” said Barbara Jordan, District 1 commissioner. “What he contributed to the Marlins, I don’t want to diminish that.”