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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | January 23, 2019

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Posts By Bob Toth

Today in Tribe History: September 17, 1937

September 17, 2015 |

1937 – Cleveland starter Johnny Allen wins his 12th straight decision to open the season, improving to a perfect 12-0 behind a 4-1 victory in Boston over the Red Sox.

Allen fell behind in the first as Dom Dallessandro doubled … Read More

Tomlin Terrific But Tribe Offense Absent; Royals 2, Indians 0

September 16, 2015 |

When every game matters, a pitching performance like the one the Cleveland Indians got from Josh Tomlin on Tuesday night is one a team in a playoff hunt cannot afford to waste. But the Indians offense could not figure out … Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 16, 1987

September 16, 2015 |

1987Joe Carter becomes the Indians’ first member of the 30-homer, 30-stolen base club with his steal today in Cleveland’s 5-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners.

Carter earned his 30th steal of the season in the top of the … Read More

Carrasco and Chisenhall Help Cleveland Oust KC; Indians 8, Royals 3

September 15, 2015 |

A strong start from Cleveland’s Carlos Carrasco and three runs knocked in by Lonnie Chisenhall helped the Indians capture a series opening win over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night, 8-3.

After a first pitch home run from Alex … Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 15, 2002

September 15, 2015 |

2002 – Starting pitcher Cliff Lee makes his Major League debut, allowing just one run on two hits in five and one-third innings, but he earns the tough-luck loss as the Indians are shut out by the Minnesota Twins, 5-0.

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Series Preview #46: Kansas City Royals (84-58) at Cleveland Indians (70-71)

September 14, 2015 |

Cleveland Indians baseball has been a little bit more fun to take in since the beginning of August. After the page of the calendar flipped to the last full month of summer, the Tribe has gone 22-17. They put together their second-best month of the season with a 16-12 record, and their offense woke up from a yearlong slumber to outscore opponents by a 137-102 edge in 28 games.

September has been very even for the Indians (70-71), who will look to expand on their 6-5 record in the new month while staying within striking distance of the American League Wild Card race. After winning Thursday’s ball game, 7-5, games were postponed on Friday and Saturday due to rain. The Indians split their doubleheader on Sunday, winning the opener 7-2 with seven runs in the final four innings, while they dropped a 9-2 decision in the second game after Trevor Bauer struggled mightily in the fourth and the deficit became too much to overcome.

The Indians have now scored 45 runs in the month and surrendered 46 in eleven games. They swept the Tigers in consecutive series for the first time since 2012. Read More

Tribe Splits Two With Tigers; Game 1: Indians 7-2; Game 2: Tigers 9-2

September 14, 2015 |

The Indians finally reached the elusive .500 mark, albeit for just nine innings as they split Sunday’s doubleheader with the Detroit Tigers.

Cody Anderson led the way for the Indians in the first game, allowing two runs over five and … Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 14, 1997

September 14, 2015 |

1997 – The Indians come back from a 3-1 deficit with a seven-run eighth inning, capped by a bases loaded single from Sandy Alomar in an 8-3 win for Cleveland over the White Sox in Chicago on the day the … Read More

Tribe Was Talk of Town as Browns Kicked Off ’64 Season

September 13, 2015 |

It was September of 1964 and the Major League Baseball season was winding down. The Cleveland Indians were ten years removed from their last trip to the postseason. Usually, with the Indians fading from the discussion, the conversations amongst sports fanatics in the town could turn to the National Football League’s Cleveland Browns as a source of amusement and attention. After all, the Browns were set to begin their 19th season on September 13th against the Washington Redskins and had already appeared in eleven championship games, winning seven of them.

This year was different. There was trouble brewing in the city and many around the town could sense it. Close observers of what was transpiring at Cleveland Stadium throughout the season could see the little warning signs.

The Indians were in trouble. The potential resolution offered was one in which the loyal denizens of Cleveland were not going to enjoy. Read More

Indians Remain Four Games Back Despite Two Washouts

September 13, 2015 |

A second consecutive rainout washed away hopes of the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers getting all four games of their series in at Progressive Field this weekend.

The Indians, after taking the opener on Thursday night by a 7-5 final, … Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 13, 1948

September 13, 2015 |

1948 – Indians pitcher Don Black suffers what would later be determined to be a cerebral hemorrhage while batting in Cleveland’s game against the St. Louis Browns during the heat of the club’s pennant race.

Black was charged with the … Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 12, 1989

September 12, 2015 |

1989 – In just his third season at the helm of the Tribe, 52-year-old Cleveland manager Doc Edwards is fired after a disappointing midseason collapse by the club. He is replaced in the dugout by 41-year-old John Hart, a former … Read More