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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | February 18, 2019

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Sandy Alomar Jr.

Sandy Alomar Humbled with Cleveland Sports Lifetime Achievement Award

February 7, 2019 |

Two years ago, Sandy Alomar Jr. presented Mike Hargrove with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Cleveland Sports Awards.

This year, the tables were turned, with Grover and Carlos Baerga – who came with Alomar to the Indians in the trade for Joe Carter that sent the team into the stratosphere in the 1990s – presenting Alomar with the lifetime achievement award. And it was a big difference to Alomar.

“You see how much I’m sweating,” he said in a news conference at the awards in the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cleveland. Read More

Sandy Alomar to Receive Lifetime Achievement Honor

January 23, 2019 |

Sandy Alomar Jr. has been an integral part of the Indians for the better part of the last quarter-century.

And on Feb. 6, he’ll be recognized by the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission with the ceremony’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 7, 1990

November 7, 2018 |

Cleveland Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. is announced as the unanimous winner of the American League Rookie of the Year Award. Read More

Today in Tribe History: September 14, 1997

September 14, 2018 |

The Indians come back from a 3-1 deficit with a seven-run eighth inning, capped by a bases loaded single from Sandy Alomar in an 8-3 win for Cleveland over the White Sox in Chicago on the day the club retired Carlton Fisk’s number 72. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 6, 1997

July 6, 2018 |

Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. extends his hitting streak to 30 games with a second inning single as Cleveland defeats the Kansas City Royals, 8-7, in front of a packed house at Jacobs Field. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 18, 1966

June 18, 2018 |

Future Indians catcher and coach Sandy Alomar, Jr. is born in Salinas, Puerto Rico. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 6, 1997

June 6, 2018 |

Sandy Alomar ties a Major League record with four doubles in one game as Cleveland defeats the Red Sox in Boston, 7-3. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 15 – Sandy Alomar Jr.

March 14, 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 – 15 days

On December 6, 1989, the Cleveland Indians made the franchise-altering decision to trade away star outfielder Joe Carter less than a year before he was set to hit the open market in free agency. After it became clear that Carter was tempted to see what his financial worth would be and that he was not interested in any offers made by the Tribe front office, he was dealt to the San Diego Padres for a package of players.

Two of those players would play significant roles in the Indian uprising of the 1990s, one that Carter was supposed to be a part of during the ill-fated 1987 Sports Illustrated cover jinx season and the years to follow. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 7, 1990

November 7, 2017 |

Cleveland Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. is announced as the unanimous winner of the American League Rookie of the Year Award. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 18, 1966

June 18, 2017 |

Future Indians catcher and coach Sandy Alomar, Jr. is born in Salinas, Puerto Rico. Read More

Today in Tribe History: June 6, 1997

June 6, 2017 |

Sandy Alomar ties a Major League record with four doubles in one game as Cleveland defeats the Red Sox in Boston, 7-3. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 15 – Sandy Alomar

March 19, 2017 |

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

Countdown to Opening Day – 15 days

Some baseball players have a special connection with a city because of their outstanding talent. Some players have a special connection because of their outstanding personalities.

Former Indians catcher Sandy Alomar had both. Read More