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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | June 24, 2018

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Today in Tribe History: May 2, 1947

May 2, 2018 |

Bob Feller continues a strong start to his season as he throws his second one-hitter in the span of eleven days as he shuts out the Boston Red Sox, 2-0, at Cleveland Stadium. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 4

March 25, 2018 |

While the offseason has been historically slow and the winter has crawled along at an even slower pace, we at Did The Tribe Win Last Night look ahead to the warmer days of the 2018 season by remembering Tribe players past and present.

Countdown to Opening Day – 4 days

There are high hopes for the current owner of the number four in Cleveland, second-year outfielder Bradley Zimmer. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 11, 1948

October 11, 2017 |

The Cleveland Indians are champions of the baseball world for the second time in club history as they hold on to defeat the Boston Braves by a 4-3 final at Braves Field. Read More

Today in Tribe History: August 3, 1960

August 3, 2017 |

Cleveland general manager Frank Lane pulls off yet another curious trade as he sends manager Joe Gordon to the Detroit Tigers for their skipper, Jimmy Dykes. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 26, 1958

June 26, 2017 |

Indians manager Bobby Bragan is fired after a 31-36 start and replaced by former second baseman Joe Gordon. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 4

March 30, 2017 |

Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we count down to Opening Day!

Countdown to Opening Day – 4

For the first time since 2011, the number four will be missing in action on the diamond when the Cleveland Indians open the season.

Over the last few years, it has found its way onto the backs of veteran players on the roster, including both Juan Uribe and Coco Crisp last season and Mike Aviles for each of the three seasons before them, but it has rarely been used in recent years by a player making significant impacts on the outcomes of games on a nightly basis.

Despite being a low number and typically a digit that would be more frequently used, the number four has gone through some droughts in Cleveland history. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 19, 1946

October 19, 2016 |

Cleveland and New York match up on a trade, as the Indians send starting pitcher Allie Reynolds to the Yankees in exchange for second baseman Joe Gordon. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 11, 1948

October 11, 2016 |

The Cleveland Indians are champions of the baseball world for the second time in club history as they held on to defeat the Boston Braves by a 4-3 final at Braves Field. Read More

Today in Tribe History: August 3, 1960

August 3, 2016 |

Cleveland general manager Frank Lane pulls off yet another curious trade as he sends manager Joe Gordon to the Detroit Tigers for their skipper, Jimmy Dykes. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 26, 1958

June 26, 2016 |

Indians manager Bobby Bragan is fired after a 31-36 start and replaced by former second baseman Joe Gordon. Read More

After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 1)

April 3, 2016 |

The 1948 World Championship was the crowning moment in Bill Veeck’s career as an owner – and one of the loneliest in his life. Veeck would own another pennant winner, but no other world champion. On September 23, 1949, he led a funeral procession out to the outfield to bury the pennant, with the Indians mathematically eliminated from the race. That fall, Veeck’s wife Eleanore filed for divorce, and Veeck was forced to sell the team to pay for it.

In 1951, Veeck, newly married, bought the St. Louis Browns. His idea was to run off the Cardinals, and with a mix of his own wacky promotions and Cardinals owner Fred Saigh’s income tax problems, it appeared he might do so. But Saigh sold the team to Gussie Busch, heir to the brewing fortune and a St. Louis institution. Veeck sought to move the team to Baltimore, but was blocked by baseball owners and was forced to sell the team – which then moved to Baltimore. Read More

Tribe Celebrates Championship From Clubhouse to Public Square

March 31, 2016 |

October 11, 1948

As the Indians clinched their first World Series championship in 28 years, the celebration started on the field but spilled into the clubhouse and lasted much of the evening in Cleveland.

Clevelanders are getting used to celebrating championships as this is their third trophy in the last ten months. The Cleveland Barons hockey team won last April and the Cleveland Browns football team was champions in December. But for the Indians, the drought of 28 years seems like an eternity for veteran players and a generation of fans.

It was a special feeling for outfielder Bob Kennedy to catch the final out of the season and bring the World Series crown to Cleveland. Kennedy was dealt to Cleveland in May for outfielder Pat Seerey. Kennedy left the last place Chicago White Sox for the first place Indians. Read More