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ICYMI at DTTWLN – November 23 to November 29

ICYMI at DTTWLN – November 23 to November 29

| On 30, Nov 2015

It was another quiet week around baseball, with a few signings of note occurring around the game. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians made a pair of minor depth moves, adding potential bullpen candidate Kirby Yates in a trade from the Tampa Bay Rays and veteran catcher Anthony Recker on minor league contract with an invite to spring training.

In case you missed any other baseball news and stories regarding the Indians during the busy Thanksgiving week, here are some links to bring you up to speed.

Stories You May Have Missed:

11/23/15 – Soto a Name to Know in Tribe Bullpen Mix (Bob)
11/24/15 – Looking Back: Kluber K’s 18 in Combined One-Hit Masterpiece (Bob)
11/25/15 – 1995 AL MVP: Belle Had Better Numbers, but Vaughn Won on Personality (Vince Guerrieri)
11/25/15 – Bradley Zimmer Quickly Becoming a Name to Know (Bob)
11/25/15 – Indians Acquire Reliever Yates from Rays, Designate Choice (Bob)
11/26/15 – Looking Back: Tribe Rookies With Many Firsts in June (Bob)
11/27/15 – Bobby Bradley Quickly Cementing Himself as a Tribe Power Hitter and Name to Know (Laurel Wilder)
11/27/15 – Indians Add Recker as Needed Catching Depth (Bob)
11/28/15 – Looking Back: Cleveland Finally Walks Off in Anderson’s Debut (Bob)
11/29/15 – After His Breakout, Clevinger Has Become a Pitcher to Know (Danny Madden)

Podcasts You May Have Missed:

11/26/15 – Do You Wahoo? – Episode 1
11/27/15 – Do You Wahoo? – Episode 2
11/28/15 – Do You Wahoo? – Episode 3

Last Week in Tribe History

November 23, 1940
November 24, 1998
November 25, 1941
November 26, 1989
November 27, 1953
November 28, 1956
November 29, 1971

1948 Cleveland Indians weekly rewind

This week in 1948, Did The Tribe Win looked back on the dates running from June 4th to June 10th.

The Indians put together a nice five-game winning streak, including three against the Philadelphia Athletics, who have been one of the chief teams opposing the Tribe early on while jockeying for the top spot in the American League. That streak came to an end in a slugfest against the Boston Red Sox after the second rainout in a week cancelled the middle game of the series between the two clubs. Both cancellations cost Bob Feller a start during the week. Boston’s disappointing start has been quelled a bit and the team has quietly crawled back within four games of the .500 mark, but remains nine and a half games behind the first place Clevelanders after this seven-game stretch.

Five-Run 15th Earns Tribe a Split; Indians 5, Senators 0 (Bob)
Tribe Swings Into Town with Afternoon Victory; Indians 7, Athletics 3 (Mike Brandyberry)
Lemon Wins Eighth as Tribe Takes First Game; Indians 5, Athletics 3 (Mike)
Gromek Goes the Distance Behind Offensive Outburst; Indians 11, Athletics 1 (Mike)
Gromek Wins Another Start After Sunday Victory (Mike)
Tribe Washed Out in Philly, Sets Rotation for Boston (Mike)
Salt Pork Gets Tipton Back on Field (Mike)
Bearden and Boudreau Lead Boys to Fifth Win; Indians 2, Red Sox 0 (Mike)
Feller Washed Out Again as Williams Declares Tribe Favorite (Mike)
Eight-Run Third Inning Snaps Tribe’s Win Streak; Red Sox 15, Indians 7 (Mike)

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1948 American League standings (as of end of day June 10th)

Cleveland 28-13 0.683
New York 27-18 0.600 3.0
Philadelphia 28-19 0.596 3.0
Washington 24-24 0.500 7.5
Detroit 22-25 0.468 9.0
Boston 21-25 0.457 9.5
St. Louis 18-26 0.409 11.5
Chicago 12-30 0.286 16.5

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Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images

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