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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | May 24, 2019

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Today in Tribe History: March 4, 2002

March 4, 2016 |

Bad news for the Indians out of their Spring Training site in Winter Haven, Florida, as center fielder Alex Escobar crashes into the outfield wall and severely injures his left knee.

It was soon discovered that Escobar tore the anterior … Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 3, 1998

March 3, 2016 |

Larry Doby is selected by the Veterans Committee for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

The first African-American player in the American League, Doby was an integral part of the Indians’ AL Pennant winning seasons of 1948 and … Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 33

March 2, 2016 |

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride.

Countdown to Opening Day – 33 days

The number 33 has a curious place in Indians history. It has been worn by a handful of prolific sluggers, generally outside of their glory years on the diamond, and at other times was on the backs of some of the better pitchers on the roster through the 1960s.

In March, non-roster invitee Robbie Grossman will wear it on the field as he looks to extend his Major League career with a spot somewhere on the Indians roster. He signed a minor league deal with the club in the offseason and is on the outside looking in at a crowded mix for the outfield this season. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 2, 1916

March 2, 2016 |

Mickey Rocco, who spent his entire Major League career with the Indians and the bulk of that during World War II, is born in St. Paul, Minnesota.

He had been in the minors since 1935 when he made his debut … Read More

Plutko in Spring Camp with Tribe After Strong Summer on the Farm

March 1, 2016 |

Cleveland Indians minor league pitcher Adam Plutko got a taste of success during his college playing days and has carried on his strong play into the early years of his professional career.

Plutko wrapped up the season with one of the better overall performances in the Indians system in 2015. After starting the season in High-A Lynchburg and breezing through the competition, he moved along to the talented rotation at Double-A Akron and continued his strong showing, finishing the year with a 13-7 combined record, a 2.39 ERA, and a 0.93 WHIP in 27 starts.

The results were promising to say the least for the young right-hander, who turned 24 in October. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 34: Zach McAllister

March 1, 2016 |

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride.

Countdown to Opening Day – 34 days

Just when it looked like Zach McAllister had found a role to flourish in as a member of manager Terry Francona’s bullpen during the 2015 season, the Indians skipper throws a wrench into the whole thing as spring training starts by stating that the former Cleveland starting pitcher would be stretched out during camp to potentially compete for a role in the rotation again.

So was this just pandering by Francona, or is he really willing to take another glance at McAllister on a starting staff with more candidates than spots available? Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 1, 1919

March 1, 2016 |

After a month and a half of speculation and rumor, the Indians make what would become a steal of a deal, robbing Connie Mack and the Philadelphia Athletics of three contributors to the 1920 Cleveland championship team in a four-player … Read More

Tribe Time Now 41: February 2016 Roundtable

February 29, 2016 |

Joe Coblitz (@BRBBlog) of Burning River Baseball hosts as the best of the best from the Tribe Time Now family get together to talk about Spring Training and the upcoming season. Included are Bob Toth (@TheBobToth) of Did The Tribe Win Last Night?, Jim Pete (@JimPeteEHC) of Everybody Hates Cleveland, and Stephanie Liscio (@StephanieLiscio) and Noah Gross (@Noah_Gross27) of It’s Pronounced Lajaway as the crew talk about their expectations of the 2016 Cleveland Indians.

Topics of discussion for the day included: Read More

ICYMI at DTTWLN – February 22 to February 28

February 29, 2016 |

While the addition of Juan Uribe became official on Sunday morning, the week of the Cleveland Indians was marred by the news on Friday that potential starting center fielder Abraham Almonte was suspended 80 games for a failed test for a performance enhancing substance. It led to a minor league deal granted to free agent outfielder Will Venable, but it leaves the Indians outfield in a state of flux.

Here’s what else you may have missed as we continue to count down the days until baseball returns in April. Read More

Today in Tribe History: February 29, 1924

February 29, 2016 |

Future star slugger and 1953 American League Most Valuable Player Al Rosen is born in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

Rosen will become the first of two Indians ever to be born on “leap day” (joined later by Steve Mingori), but is … Read More

Packed Promotional Schedules Pending for Indians and their Affiliates

February 28, 2016 |

As regular season tickets for the Cleveland Indians’ 2016 season go on sale on Monday morning, their promotional slate for their 81 home dates is once again packed with special giveaways and events all year long.

It will be a quiet April as the club has just three home series to start the first month of the year, but as the gates swing open more frequently at Progressive Field beginning in May, the options for fans increase nicely. Read More

Gorzelanny Looking to Become a Lefty Tito Can Trust

February 28, 2016 |

Like many of his camp competitors at Cleveland’s spring training facility this season, Tom Gorzelanny is coming off of a disappointing 2015 campaign.

The 33-year-old southpaw is entering his 14th season of professional baseball this year and looks to find a spot in the Indians’ heavily-crowded bullpen battle this spring. A former second round pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2003, he is one of the elder statesmen in the camp competition for one of a handful of available spots in manager Terry Francona’s bullpen for the coming season. Read More