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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | July 17, 2018

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Stan Coveleski

Today in Tribe History: May 24, 1918

May 24, 2018 |

Stan Coveleski goes the distance…twice…and then some, as he throws a 19-inning complete game win against the New York Yankees, 3-2. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 20, 1984

March 20, 2018 |

Stan Coveleski, who spent nine of his 14 Major League seasons with the Cleveland Indians, passes away in South Bend, Indiana. He was 94. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 12, 1920

October 12, 2017 |

After trailing 2-1 in their best-of-nine series with the Brooklyn Dodgers (Robins), the Cleveland Indians win their fourth straight game and clinch the 1920 World Series with a 3-0 victory at Dunn Field in Cleveland. Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 24, 1918

May 24, 2017 |

Stan Coveleski goes the distance…twice…and then some, as he throws a 19-inning complete game win against the New York Yankees, 3-2. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 20, 1984

March 20, 2017 |

Stan Coveleski, who spent nine of his 14 Major League seasons with the Cleveland Indians, passes away in South Bend, Indiana. He was 94. 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 12, 1920

October 12, 2016 |

After trailing 2-1 in their best-of-nine series with the Brooklyn Dodgers (Robins), the Cleveland Indians win their fourth straight game and clinch the 1920 World Series with a 3-0 victory at Dunn Field in Cleveland. Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 20, 1984

March 20, 2016 |

Stan Coveleski, who spent nine of his 14 Major League seasons with the Cleveland Indians, passes away in South Bend, Indiana. He was 94.

Coveleski was born in 1889 in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and made his Major League debut with the … Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 12, 1920

October 12, 2015 |

After trailing 2-1 in their best-of-nine series with the Brooklyn Dodgers (Robins), the Cleveland Indians win their fourth straight game and clinch the 1920 World Series with a 3-0 victory at Dunn Field in Cleveland.

The title is the first … Read More

Today in Tribe History: May 24, 1918

May 24, 2015 |

1918Stan Coveleski goes the distance…twice…and then some, as he throws a 19-inning complete game win against the New York Yankees, 3-2.

In notching his sixth win of the season, Coveleski allowed a dozen hits scattered over the game … Read More

Today in Tribe History: March 20, 1984

March 20, 2015 |

Stan Coveleski, who spent nine of his 14 Major League seasons with the Cleveland Indians, passes away in South Bend, Indiana. He was 94.

Coveleski was born in 1889 in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, and made his Major League debut with the … Read More

After the 1920 Championship Season

February 27, 2015 |

The 1920 World Championship was the high mark for the Indians, who had reached baseball’s pinnacle after finishing second in the previous two years. It wouldn’t last.

The Yankees’ purchase of Babe Ruth was a game changer. The speed that people thought was lacking on the team as the season dawned turned out to be unnecessary, as it was more than replaced by power. Ruth ended the season with 54 home runs, and would hit 50 or more in a season four more times, including setting the record of 60 in 1927. With six pennants and three World Series wins in the next decade, the Yankees would become the power of the American League for the better part of the next half-century.

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