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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | September 26, 2017

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Today in Tribe History: September 8, 1995

September 8, 2017 |

With a 3-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles, the Cleveland Indians clinch the American League Central Division crown. With the season shortened at the front-end of the schedule, it was the 123rd game of the season, the fastest that any team has won a title in Major League history. The Indians improve to 86-37 with the win. Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 4, 1991

September 4, 2017 |

The long and storied Major League career of Jim Thome begins at the Metrodome as the Cleveland Indians defeat the first place Minnesota Twins, 8-4. Read More

Today in Tribe History: August 27, 1970

August 27, 2017 |

Jim Thome is born in Peoria, Illinois. Read More

Today in Tribe History: August 5, 2001 – The Comeback

August 5, 2017 |

The improbable occurs as the Cleveland Indians stage “The Comeback” on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball by scoring 13 unanswered runs to shock the Seattle Mariners, 15-14, in eleven innings. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 3, 2002

July 3, 2017 |

Tribe slugger Jim Thome homers for the seventh consecutive game as the Indians fall again to the New York Yankees, 11-8. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 25 – Jim Thome

March 9, 2017 |

Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we dig through the archives during our countdown to Opening Day!

Countdown to Opening Day – 25 days

When Indians legend Jim Thome was first called up to the Major Leagues, he, the Indians, and their fans all had no idea what a ride we were all about to be put on. In fact, even Thome worried about whether or not he would be able to stick around at first. Read More

Thome, Vizquel Have Strong Cases For First-Ballot Hall Induction in 2018

January 22, 2017 |

The latter half of the 1990s were certainly a fun time to be a baseball fan in Cleveland. The Indians were a consistent championship contender for eight straight seasons. The league had numerous players breaking records and doing things never before done. Baseball hit something of a peak, both nationally and locally during that time.

Now, fans are being reminded about all that was good during that period of baseball. Over the last few years, a number of players from that period have gained entrance into the hallowed halls of Cooperstown with enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame. This past Wednesday, Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez, and Tim Raines were named the newest inductees. Bagwell and Rodriguez were at the tops of their games during the Tribe’s memorable run of success from 1994-2001. Raines’ best seasons came a little earlier.

Starting next year, Indians fans will really get to take a trip down memory lane as two of the team’s all-time greats will be eligible for induction alongside the best who have ever played the game. Read More

Indians and Cubs Have a Date with Destiny

November 2, 2016 |

The Major League Baseball season comes to its close Wednesday night in one of the most dramatic events in professional sports – Game 7 of the World Series.

The Cleveland Indians, losers of two straight, will host the Chicago Cubs in the finale of the Fall Classic. Everything is on the line, with the bulk of the focus on the long droughts sustained by both organizations and their respective fan bases. The Indians look to win their first championship since 1948, while the Cubs look to end a dry spell dating back to the 1908 title match.

The Indians have the benefit of being at home, where nine of the last ten teams to host a Game 7 came away victorious. But they have their work cut out for them, facing a scary Cubs lineup that won 103 games during the regular season and has performed well on the road all year.

There is no tomorrow. The season will be over. Only one can claim the crown. Everything is at stake as these two storied franchises battle to be named the best team of 2016. Thanks to both for a memorable World Series and an incredible season. 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

A History of Cleveland’s World Series Game Ones

October 25, 2016 |

For the sixth time in team history, the Cleveland Indians will play in a Game 1 on the biggest baseball stage of them all – the World Series.

Strange and inconvenient circumstances have prevented the Indians from owning home field advantage in the series in the past, which makes this year’s World Series opener from Progressive Field the first time in club history that they have hosted Game 1 in Cleveland. In that small sample size, there have been three complete games hurled by Indians starters, a controversial call, a walk-off homer, two games decided by one run, and all five games that were decided by three runs or less.

Baseball fans worldwide could ask for nothing more than that kind of excitement in the 2016 Fall Classic as the Indians host the Chicago Cubs in a matchup of the two longest suffering franchises in Major League Baseball today. Working against the Indians is a 1-4 record in starting the first game of the World Series, but all five games have been road contests. Progressive Field has played as friendly confines for the Tribe this year, both during the regular season and in four straight playoff games to start this postseason. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 18, 1997

October 18, 2016 |

The World Series begins from Pro Player Stadium in Miami, Florida, where the National League champion Florida Marlins host the Cleveland Indians and defeat them by a 7-4 final. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 14, 1995

October 14, 2016 |

The Cleveland Indians use six runs over the first three innings to roll to a 7-0 win over the Seattle Mariners in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series. The win tied the series at two wins each as the teams trade off wins. Read More