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

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Cory Snyder

Today in Tribe History: November 11, 1962

November 11, 2017 |

Cory Snyder is born in Inglewood, California. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 11, 1962

November 11, 2016 |

Cory Snyder is born in Inglewood, California. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 11, 1962

November 11, 2015 |

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, … Read More

The “Guess the Jinx” Game

May 15, 2015 |

So – elephant in the room – it would appear that the Indians aren’t going to win the World Series.

And it’s safe to assume that most of us blame this on Sports Illustrated.

Those voodoo-priest bastards just had to go and throw Michael Brantley and Corey Kluber on the cover and pick the Tribe to win the whole thing. But give SI credit – the juju they’ve got cooking in their black-curtained editorial offices works fast. Almost as fast as the last time they put the whammy on the Indians with an LSD-induced World Series prediction in 1987.

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16 Reasons Why Sports Illustrated Didn’t Just Jinx the Indians

March 27, 2015 |

Well, they went and did it again.

Twenty-eight years after forecasting an “Indian Uprising” that resulted in a 101-loss dumpster fire, Sports Illustrated has once again picked an upstart Tribe team to emerge from the middle of the pack and win it all.

And they packaged this news in essentially the exact same wrapping paper: Corey Kluber and Michael Brantley grinning like mental patients from the cover, not unlike Cory Snyder and Joe Carter back in 1987.

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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

Catching Up With Cory Snyder

January 22, 2014 |

Everything about former Indians outfielder Cory Snyder was big.  Standing at 6’4”, Snyder was a big player, with big power and a big throwing arm.  When he came to Cleveland as the fourth overall pick in the 1984 Draft, however, the expectations for Snyder were enormous.

“I didn’t know I was going to be drafted so high,” Snyder said.  “I knew I was going to be drafted; I just didn’t know where it was going to be.  I was just happy to be drafted and whoever took me, took me.  It was a good time.”

The hype for the newest Indian prospect was so big, in fact, that the Tribe started the former infield prospect all the way up at the AA level.

“Yeah, that was real nice,” Snyder said with a smile. Read More