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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | July 15, 2019

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CC Sabathia

Opening Day Master

April 9, 2014 |

While Tribe starter Justin Masterson was certainly roughed up in Sunday’s start against the Twins, nothing can be taken away from his dominating performance last Monday night in Oakland while most of us in Ohio were sleeping.  Granted, Masterson did … Read More

The Tipping Point in this Generation’s Attendance Decline

December 3, 2013 |

This week the DTTWLN staff is doing an in-depth look at the Cleveland Indians attendance. While everyone knows the Indians have an attendance problem, how they necessarily got to this point appears to be an explanation with many answers including play on the field, population and economic changes and improvements in technology. Regardless of the reasons, one thing is certain, the Indians have an attendance problem. This afternoon, we examine the tipping point in the current attendance decline.

Previous Stories This Week:
From the Perfect Storm to the Indians Attendance Disaster by Bob Toth
Times Have Changed While Indians Attendance Issues Have Worsened by Mike Brandyberry
Indians Attendance Issues Have Spanned Over 65 Years by Vince Guerrieri

 

In 1986, the Jacobs brothers were heralded as the latest people to save baseball in Cleveland.

The Indians’ grip on the town had been tenuous for the past 30 years, and seriously discussed leaving the city on several occasions. But in each instance, a change in ownership led to some stability in the team – but usually its own upheaval in the front office, leading to decades of mediocre baseball.

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