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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | September 20, 2017

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Albert Belle

Today in Tribe History: September 6, 1992

September 6, 2017 |

The Indians send their fans home in grand fashion as a 12th inning grand slam by Carlos Martinez gives Cleveland a 12-9 walk-off win over Seattle to complete a three-game sweep of the Mariners. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 18, 1995

July 18, 2017 |

Do you believe in magic? The magic was back again at Jacobs Field for the second time in three games, as Albert Belle’s grand slam off of All-Star reliever Lee Smith in the bottom of the ninth sends the Indians home with a 7-5 walk-off victory over the California Angels. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 15, 1989

July 15, 2017 |

Joey Belle makes his Major League debut for Cleveland while having the unenviable task of facing future Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan as the Indians hosted the Texas Rangers. Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 22, 1996

May 22, 2017 |

Albert Belle’s 21-game hitting streak comes to an end as the slugger goes 0-for-3 in a 10-8 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 8, 2001

March 8, 2017 |

Albert Belle is pronounced “totally disabled and unable to perform as a Major League Baseball player” in a four-paragraph press release by the Baltimore Orioles today, effectively ending the 12-year veteran’s career at the age of 34. Read More

Four Former Indians Fall Short on Today’s Game Era Hall of Fame Ballot

December 5, 2016 |

The upcoming National Baseball Hall of Fame Class added its first members for 2017 induction on Sunday night as the Today’s Game Era committee announced that two former baseball executives had gained entrance to Cooperstown.

Longtime baseball execs John Schuerholz and Bud Selig were both selected in the 16-vote balloting process. They were two of the ten men up for consideration for the Hall of Fame Class of 2017 and are the first to be selected by the newest of the veteran’s committees established to evaluate those who made contributions to the game of baseball and players who have last played at least 15 seasons ago.

The Today’s Game Era committee focuses on those who made their biggest marks on the game of baseball from 1988 to the present. Four former Indians players were on the ballot this year, including Albert Belle, Orel Hershiser, Harold Baines, and Lou Piniella. They were joined by players Will Clark and Mark McGwire, manager Davey Johnson, and executive George Steinbrenner. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 26, 1995

October 26, 2016 |

Despite a legitimate scare in the ninth, the Cleveland Indians held on to defeat the Atlanta Braves, 5-4, in Game 5 of the World Series to delay their season’s end by one more game. It was the final game to be played at Jacobs Field that season with a total of 43,595 in attendance for the two hour and 33 minute contest. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 24, 1995

October 24, 2016 |

Designated hitter Eddie Murray delivers in the clutch as his walk-off RBI-single in the bottom of the eleventh inning pushes the Cleveland Indians past the Atlanta Braves, 7-6, to earn the club its first win in the World Series since 1948. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 10, 1995

October 10, 2016 |

The American League Championship Series is under way at the Kingdome in Seattle as the Mariners host the Cleveland Indians, hot off of an ALDS sweep of the Boston Red Sox. Their winning ways run out as they drop a 3-2 decision to the Mariners for their first playoff loss since 1954. Read More

Today’s Game Era Ballot for Hall Class of 2017 Has Strong Cleveland Ties

October 5, 2016 |

The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced on Monday its ten candidates for consideration as part of the Today’s Game Era ballot, to be voted on December 5 during the annual Baseball Winter Meetings. Several former members of the Cleveland Indians, including three who played for the club during its revival in the 1990s, are among five former players, three executives, and two managers to make up the list.

Former Indians star Albert Belle, starting pitcher Orel Hershiser, and brief rental player Harold Baines will be up for consideration on the Hall of Fame Class of 2017 ballot by the Today’s Game Era Committee. Another member of the list, Lou Piniella, is under consideration for his time as a manager, but his Major League career as a player began as a member of the Indians. Read More

Indians and Red Sox Have Plenty of Shared Playoff History

October 5, 2016 |

While there may not be much love lost between fans of the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox, the two were, for a long time, almost kindred spirits. The two storied franchises had traveled two distinct paths for a substantial portion of their existences, but both knew far too well the difficulty in bringing home a championship.

Both organizations joined the American League in 1901. Within three years, the Americans knocked off the Pittsburgh Pirates in eight games for the World Series title, backed by the strong pitching of former Cleveland pitcher and future Naps starter Cy Young. There would be five titles in total for the Boston club in its first 18 years of existence, while Cleveland needed its 20th season in 1920 to secure its first postseason trip and the first world championship in franchise history. Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 30, 1995

September 30, 2016 |

Albert Belle becomes the first Indians player to hit 50 home runs in a season as his solo blast in the sixth tied the game prior to a Cleveland 3-2 walk-off win over the Kansas City Royals. Read More