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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | October 23, 2016

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ICYMI at DTTWLN – October 12 to October 18

ICYMI at DTTWLN – October 12 to October 18

| On 19, Oct 2015

Every Monday at 11 AM, we will bring you a recap of all of the stories you may have missed over the previous week, complete with all necessary links.

Our offseason coverage continued with a look back at some of the positives of the 2015 season.

On Monday, Craig Gifford looked back on the acquisitions of Abraham Almonte and Chris Johnson and the benefits of a fresh start in Cleveland. Bob took a look on Tuesday at the career and season of Cody Allen and how he has anchored the team’s bullpen. Danny Madden shared the story of Cody Anderson’s impressive comeback on Wednesday. The relatively unknown story of reliever Jeff Manship was Bob’s topic of Thursday’s discussion. Laurel Wilder looked at the triumphant return of Josh Tomlin from injuries on Friday morning. Bob broke down a recap of the ingredients that made the month of August a recipe for 2016 on Saturday morning and on Sunday took a look at the connections linking members of the ALCS and NLCS contestants with the Indians organization.

In historical pieces, a playoff-heavy theme was the undertone of each of Bob’s “Today in Tribe History” stories.

October 12, 1920
October 13, 2007
October 14, 1995
October 15, 1997
October 16, 2007
October 17, 1995
October 18, 1997

Wednesday afternoon, a story 101 years in the making was shared by Vince Guerrieri, who discussed the rise of amateur baseball in Cleveland during a down period for the professional game in town, including an estimated 100,000+ in attendance at Brookside Park.

The story of the 1948 Cleveland Indians continued with play and profiles from the water-logged week dated April 23rd through April 29th.

Lemon and Keltner Pace Tribe Past Detroit; Indians 8, Tigers 2 (Mike Brandyberry)
Lemon Defeats Nerves and Nature Before Tigers (Mike)
Feller’s Finger Provides the Right Touch to Pitching Gem; Indians 4, Tigers 1 (Mike)
Keltner’s Clout and Bullpen Help Tribe Come Back; Indians 7, Tigers 4 (Mike)
Late Rally and Extra Inning Homer Keep Tribe Perfect; Indians 12, White Sox 11 (Mike)
Rotation Questions Abound After Five Games (Mike)
Red Hot Tribe Cooled by Rain for Second Straight Day (Mike)
Veeck Struggling Physically but Thriving Professionally (Vince)
Tribe Game Canceled in Chicago Due to Morning Rain (Mike)
Boudreau and Lemon Lead Tribe to Sixth Win in a Row; Indians 5, Browns 2 (Mike)

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1948 American League standings (as of April 29)

Cleveland 6-0 1.000
New York 5-3 0.625 2.0
Washington 5-4 0.556 2.5
St. Louis 4-4 0.500 3.0
Philadelphia 4-5 0.444 3.5
Detroit 4-6 0.400 4.0
Boston 3-5 0.375 4.0
Chicago 2-6 0.250 5.0

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Photo: Chuck Crow/The Plain Dealer