Today in Tribe History: November 24, 1998

Compiled by Jason Kaminski

Roberto Alomar signs a 4-year contract with the Indians joining his brother, Sandy Jr. It was in Cleveland that Roberto had two of his finest seasons. In 1999 he hit .323 with 24 home runs, 120 RBI and 37 stolen bases. Then in 2001 he batted .336 with 20 homers, 100 runs batted in and 30 steals. Alomar finished third in MVP voting in 1999. He would be traded to the New York Mets prior to the 2002 season, the last in his contract with the Tribe.

Photo: Cleveland.com


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