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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | December 11, 2018

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Charlie Jamieson

Today in Tribe History: October 27, 1969

October 27, 2018 | | One Comment

Charlie Jamieson, a longtime left fielder for the Cleveland Indians, passes away at 76. Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 23, 1928

May 23, 2018 |

Charlie Jamieson, Luke Sewell, and Carl Lind complete a triple play for the Indians with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth at Comiskey Park, but it only delays the inevitable in a 4-3 loss in ten innings to the Chicago White Sox. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 1, 1919

March 1, 2018 |

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 swap on this date in 1919. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 27, 1969

October 27, 2017 |

Charlie Jamieson, a longtime left fielder for the Cleveland Indians, passes away at 76. Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 23, 1928

May 23, 2017 |

Charlie Jamieson, Luke Sewell, and Carl Lind complete a triple play for the Indians with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth at Comiskey Park, but it only delays the inevitable in a 4-3 loss in ten innings to the Chicago White Sox. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 1, 1919

March 1, 2017 |

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 swap on this date in 1919. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 27, 1969

October 27, 2016 |

Charlie Jamieson, a longtime left fielder for the Cleveland Indians, passes away at 76. Read More

Jamieson’s Name No Longer Forgotten as He Joins Indians Hall of Fame

July 30, 2016 |

Prior to the 1919 season, the Indians and Athletics swapped four players, with outfielder Braggo Roth and cash heading to Philadelphia in exchange for pitcher Elmer Myers, third baseman Larry Gardner, and outfielder Charlie Jamieson.

The move would have a major impact on the Indians’ first playoff team the following season while resolving roster decisions at third base and left field for years to come. Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 23, 1928

May 23, 2016 |

Charlie Jamieson, Luke Sewell, and Carl Lind complete a triple play for the Indians with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth at Comiskey Park, but it only delays the inevitable in a 4-3 loss in ten innings to the Chicago White Sox. Read More

Cleveland’s All-Time Opening Day Starting Lineup

April 3, 2016 |

Opening Day is like no other day of the year for baseball fans.

The stadium is sold out. Warm weather is on the way. There’s optimism. Everybody is tied for first place. A win can catapult a fan base’s spirit and a loss can crush early dreams.

No other day is full of overreactions quite like Opening Day.

So which Cleveland players have vaulted hopes on the season’s first day the best? I thought it might be interesting to find out and construct a lineup.

In order to be fair, I decided that the player must be in the top three number of games played in Openers started at their position and must have at least five games in under his belt, too. This eliminates any player who went 3-3 in their lone Opening Day contest as well as any pinch hitter who maybe went 1-1 with a home run in their lone Opener. 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

“El Presidente” Latest to be Honored with a Hall of Fame Nod

February 4, 2016 |

It has been a good start to the year for former Cleveland Indians players being inducted into various Halls of Fame, even though none was selected for baseball’s top honor in Cooperstown as part of the National Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2016

Dennis Martinez became the latest former Tribesman to earn an induction when it was announced on Tuesday that he was part of a six-member class heading into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in June.

Martinez, a longtime member of the Montreal Expos, is joined by former Toronto pitcher Pat Hentgen, Canadian scout Wayne Norton, Toronto executive Howard Starkman, former Blue Jays analyst Tony Kubek, and the late William Shuttleworth, who is considered the “Father of Canadian Baseball”. Read More