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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | February 29, 2020

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Today in Tribe History: February 2, 2011

February 2, 2020 |

Three former Cleveland Indians players – Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, and Candy Maldonado – are selected as part of the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2011. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 5, 2011

January 5, 2020 |

A pair of ex-Indians players, second baseman Roberto Alomar and pitcher Bert Blyleven, are announced as this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. Read More

Today in Tribe History: December 11, 2001

December 11, 2019 |

Second baseman Roberto Alomar, a 12-time All-Star and ten-time Gold Glove winner, is traded by the Indians to the New York Mets in an eight-player deal between the two clubs. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 24, 1998

November 24, 2019 |

The Cleveland Indians sign free agent and All-Star second baseman Roberto Alomar to a four-year tender worth between $30 and $32 million. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 24, 2011

July 24, 2019 |

Two former Indians stars are among those celebrated on this date at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 12 – Francisco Lindor

March 16, 2019 |

Baseball fans around the globe can rejoice – there are less than two weeks to go until the start of the 2019 Major League Baseball regular season schedule. Join Did The Tribe Win Last Night as we continue our countdown to Opening Day – BT

Countdown to Opening Day – 12 days

Before players could even comfortably settle into their Arizona homes for the spring, the Cleveland Indians received some unpleasant news at their Goodyear camp when it was announced that a right calf strain would sideline three-time All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor for a seven- to nine-week period, putting his status for Opening Day up in the air.

Getting Lindor back in time for the start of the season, after he injured the calf preparing for the coming year, is far less important than making sure that he is in good health at the end of the campaign for the club’s presumed fourth straight postseason under manager Terry Francona. So while the team has used caution with one of the more significant players on the roster, Lindor is champing at the bit to return to the field, working his way back slowly this week through inclusion in some activities on the minor league side of camp (where he hit a home run in a game against the Cincinnati Reds). Read More

Today in Tribe History: February 2, 2011

February 2, 2019 |

Three former Cleveland Indians players – Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, and Candy Maldonado – are selected as part of the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2011. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 5, 2011

January 5, 2019 |

A pair of ex-Indians players, second baseman Roberto Alomar and pitcher Bert Blyleven, are announced as this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. Read More

Today in Tribe History: December 11, 2001

December 11, 2018 |

Second baseman Roberto Alomar, a 12-time All-Star and ten-time Gold Glove winner, is traded by the Indians to the New York Mets in an eight-player deal between the two clubs. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 24, 1998

November 24, 2018 |

The Cleveland Indians sign free agent and All-Star second baseman Roberto Alomar to a four-year tender worth between $30 and $32 million. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 24, 2011

July 24, 2018 |

Two former Indians stars are among those celebrated on this date at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Read More

Cleveland Indians Have Strong Ties to Puerto Rico

April 17, 2018 |

Some big names to suit up for the Cleveland Indians during the last three decades have hailed from the island of Puerto Rico. The Indians’ two-game road trip to San Juan as the visiting club against the “home” Twins on Tuesday and Wednesday will mark the team’s first regular season games in Puerto Rico and will serve as a homecoming of sorts for star shortstop Francisco Lindor and catcher Roberto Perez, who both spent a portion of their lives there.

According to the historical archives known as Baseball Reference, 242 Puerto Rican-born players have stepped into the batter’s box in Major League history. Read More