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

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ICYMI at DTTWLN – Nov. 9 to Nov. 15

ICYMI at DTTWLN – Nov. 9 to Nov. 15

| On 16, Nov 2015

Two full weeks of November are now in the history books, which means in Cleveland we are both simultaneously inching towards Indians baseball, further Browns despair, hope in the Cavaliers, and dread of the inevitable approach of inclement weather.

If you have found yourself away from Did The Tribe Win Last Night for the last week, here’s what you missed…

On Monday, Bob asked “Will Santana Be in the Heart of Cleveland’s Lineup in 2016?“, only to have to break the news a few hours later that Michael Brantley had undergone shoulder surgery and is expected to miss the beginning of the 2016 season. Tuesday morning, Danny Madden questioned “Should The Indians Trade From Their Pitching for a Big Bat?” Vince Guerrieri looked back on Lou Boudreau‘s quick reversal of fortune as Indians manager on Wednesday morning, while Craig Gifford looked into the status of backup catcher Roberto Perez and whether or not he is a strong candidate to be part of trade discussions. Thursday brought Bob’s discussion to that of Chris Johnson and whether will spend 2016 in Cleveland? His thoughts drifted course to the bullpen on Friday, when he asked “Who Will Be Tito’s Lefties in the Bullpen in 2016?” Saturday, the analysis went to the righties and Sunday, Laurel Wilder turned the focus to the battle for the final spot in the starting rotation.

Bob’s “Today in Tribe History” made its rounds through the archives, digging as deep as 1950 and as recently as last year to remember Corey Kluber‘s Cy Young Award victory.

November 9, 1970
November 10, 1950
November 11, 1962
November 12, 2014
November 13, 2008
November 14, 1993
November 15, 1979

This week in 1948, Did The Tribe Win looked back on the dates running from May 21st to May 27th. The club split a pair with the Boston Red Sox and another with the New York Yankees in front of a large crowd for a Sunday double dip. Later in the week, a local homegrown talent returns to the city in a new role, and the Tribe loses one of its stars and splits another pair with the Washington Senators to lose their grip of the top spot in the American League.

All stories that were reposted this week were originally composed by Mike Brandyberry, with the final entry being written by Steve Eby.

Four Game Win Streak Blown Away in Afternoon Breeze; Red Sox 11, Indians 5
More Than 80,000 May See Yankees and Tribe Battle on Sunday
Bearden Blanks BoSox to Win Series; Indians 7, Red Sox 0

Gordon a Double Play Combo with Many Greats in His Career
DiMaggio Blasts Three Homers to Drop Tribe in Game One; Yankees 6, Indians 5
Tribe Takes Second Game Behind Black’s Gem; Indians 5, Yankees 1
Keltner Leading New Power Surge on the Lake
Kuhel Makes First Return to Cleveland as Washington Skipper
Keltner Injured In Tribe Victory; Indians 4, Senators 0
Injured Offense Shut Out by Washington to End Homestand; Senators 2, Indians 0
Indians Eye a Return to the Top as They Travel to Chicago (Steve)

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1948 American League standings (as of end of day May 27th)

Philadelphia 22-10 0.688
Cleveland 19-9 0.679 1.0
New York 18-12 0.600 3.0
Detroit 17-17 0.500 6.0
St. Louis 13-15 0.464 7.0
Boston 13-18 0.419 8.5
Washington 13-18 0.406 9.0
Chicago 7-22 0.241 13.5

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Photo: Cleveland Memory Project