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Today in Tribe History: November 12, 2013

November 12, 2014 |

In his first season at the helm of the Cleveland Indians, Terry Francona is recognized by Major League Baseball as its American League Manager of the Year.

Francona is honored for the first time in his career with the award, … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 11, 1962

November 11, 2014 |

Cory Snyder is born in Inglewood, California.

The Cleveland Indians first pick, fourth overall, in the 1984 draft came highly touted out of Brigham Young University. After a quick ascent through the minors solely as a third baseman and shortstop, Snyder … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 10, 1998

November 10, 2014 |

Six-time American League All-Star and two-time AL Most Valuable Player Hal Newhouser passes away at the age of 77.

Newhouser spent his first 15 seasons pitching in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan, with the Tigers. He represented them in the … Read More

Remembering CC Sabathia’s 2007 Cy Season

November 9, 2014 | | One Comment

This week will mark seven years since CC Sabathia ended a long Cy Young drought for the Cleveland Indians organization.

The then-27-year-old Sabathia’s fantastic efforts on the mound helped to lead the Indians deep into the playoffs in what was one of the club’s best opportunities to make and win a World Series. The devastating American League Championship Series collapse against the Terry Francona-led Boston Red Sox ended the dream prematurely.

When Sabathia was announced by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America as the American League Cy Young winner on November 13th, 2007, it gave the team its first winner in 35 years, when Gaylord Perry took home the honor with a 24-6 record and a 1.92 ERA in 1972. Sabathia became just the second Indians pitcher to win the award since it was first established in 1956 in honor of the pitching legend Young, who spent 12 of his 22 years representing the city of Cleveland on the baseball diamond.

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Today in Tribe History: November 9, 1970

November 9, 2014 |

Pitcher and Cleveland Indians 1997 World Series standout Chad Ogea is born in Louisiana.

The former Louisiana State University Tigers pitcher spent six years in the Majors, five with the Indians and one final year with the Philadelphia Phillies. He … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 8, 1987

November 8, 2014 |

Relief pitcher Bryan Shaw is born in California.

The Indians’ new single season leader in games pitched, with 80 in 2014, was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the second round of the 2008 amateur draft. He spent parts of the … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 7, 1990

November 7, 2014 |

Cleveland Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. is announced as the unanimous winner of the American League Rookie of the Year Award.

Alomar becomes just the third player to be elected by a unanimous vote (Carlton Fisk, Mark McGwire). He hit … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 6, 1887

November 6, 2014 |

Future Cleveland Indians manager and Washington Senators Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson is born in Kansas.

Known best for his 21-year career with the Senators from 1907 to 1927, one in which he routinely led the league in a … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 5, 1922

November 5, 2014 |

Cleveland Indians pitcher Jim Bagby joins the Pittsburgh Pirates through waivers.

Bagby was an instrumental member of the Indians’ championship team of 1920. After leading the league with 31 wins, 48 games pitched, 30 complete games, and 339 2/3 innings … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 4, 1968

November 4, 2014 |

Cleveland Indians fan favorite infielder Carlos Baerga is born.

Baerga was signed by the San Diego Padres in 1985 and remained with the club in the minors until he was dealt in 1989 with Sandy Alomar and Chris James to … Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 3, 1918

November 3, 2014 |

Hall of Fame pitcher and World War II veteran Bob Feller is born in Van Meter, Iowa.

Feller joined the Cleveland Indians as a 17-year-old after a successful high school pitching career. He debuted with the club in 1936, making … Read More

Can Kluber Oust Lee as Cleveland’s Most Recent Cy Winner?

November 2, 2014 | | 2 Comments

An impressive and very much unexpected and dominant 2014 season has thrust Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber’s name to the top of the list in the race for the American League Cy Young Award.

If Kluber is honored with the award when it is announced on November 12th, he will become the first Indians pitcher to be recognized with the pitching prize since Cliff Lee won 22 games in 2008.

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