Today in Tribe History: November 7, 1990

Compiled by Jason Kaminski

Tribe catcher Sandy Alomar, Jr. wins the American League Rookie of the Year Award, joining Carlton Fisk and Mark McGwire as the only players to be elected unanimously. Alomar was also named to the American League all-star team that July and in addition to his Rookie of the Year honors he won his first and only Gold Glove award. He hit .290 that year to go along with 9 homers and 66 RBI.

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