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ICYMI at DTTWLN – January 18 to January 24

ICYMI at DTTWLN – January 18 to January 24

| On 25, Jan 2016

A big name free agent power hitting outfielder is coming to the American League Central, but for those hoping that the Indians added that right-handed power bat long sought to their lineup, Justin Upton‘s destination was a bit more northwest than Cleveland fans may have preferred.

It was a quiet week for the Tribe, with softly spoken rumors of interest in a small number of fringe free agent options being the biggest of the discussions of the week.

While Did The Tribe Win Last Night continues to look to the past with their 1948 season day-by-day recap, we also continue to look towards the present and the future as we count down to Opening Day and profile some of the names you may need to know looking forward.

Stories You May Have Missed:
1/18/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 77 (Bob Toth)
1/19/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 76 (Bob)
1/19/16 – Baker Looking to Bounce Back from Lost Season (Bob)
1/20/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 75 (Bob)
1/20/16 – Buckeyes Put Up a Pair of Shutouts to Win Negro World Series (Vince Guerrieri)
1/21/16 – Martinez Returns for Second Spring in the Sun for the Tribe (Bob)
1/22/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 73: Catching Up With Wayne Kirby (Steve Eby)
1/23/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 72 (Bob)
1/23/16 – Mitch Brown Looking to Build on Second Half Success (Bob)
1/24/16 – Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 71 (Bob)
1/24/16 – Merritt Progressing on More Than Merit Alone (Bob)

Last Week in Tribe History (Bob):
January 18, 1950
January 19, 1937
January 20, 1970
January 21, 1899
January 22, 1976
January 23, 1962
January 24, 2006

Podcasts You May Have Missed:
Do You Wahoo? – Playoffs Round 1

1948 Cleveland Indians weekly rewind

The injury bug returned to this stretch of Indians action in 1948, chronicling the seven-day span from July 30th through August 5th.

The Indians, immersed in a tightly-contested battle for the American League pennant, cooled off the red hot Red Sox by taking three of four from their Boston rivals. It did not come without losses, however, as the club lost outfielder Hank Edwards for the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury before losing player-manager Lou Boudreau after taking two straight from the Washington Senators.

Boston Comes Back, Continues to Roll; Red Sox 8, Indians 7 (Steve)
Cleveland Outslugs Boston, Cools Off Hot Sox; Indians 10, Red Sox 9 (Steve)
Edwards Hurt, Cleveland Still Hammers Boston; Indians 12, Red Sox 2 (Steve)
Boudreau Steals Home, Zoldak Steals Show; Indians 6, Red Sox 1 (Steve)
Outfielder Edwards Lost for Season (Steve)
Paige to Make First Start Tomorrow Night in Washington (Mike Brandyberry)
Is Booing Bob Feller Ok? (Staff special via Gordon Cobbledick, The Plain Dealer)
Paige Gives Seven Strong For Record Night Crowd; Indians 5, Senators 3 (Mike)
Startin’ Is Easier Than Savin’ According to Satch (Mike)
Three Homers Register Win but Boudreau Injured; Indians 3, Senators 0 (Mike)

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1948 American League standings (as of the end of day, August 5th)

Philadelphia 61-41 0.598
Cleveland 57-38 0.600 0.5
New York 58-398 0.598 0.5
Boston 59-41 0.590 1.0
Detroit 46-51 0.474 12.5
Washington 41-57 0.418 18.0
St. Louis 37-58 0.389 20.5
Chicago 32-66 0.327 27.0

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Photo: Cleveland Memory Project

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