League, City Plunged into Mourning after Chapman’s Death

This story was originally published on December 26, 2014, as part of a series of stories by Did The Tribe Win Last Night’s Vince Guerrieri on the…

Tragedy Struck Tribe with Chapman Beaning

This weekend marked the anniversary of a tragic event thankfully never replicated on a Major League field. This story of the death of Ray Chapman was originally…

Don’t Call It A Comeback!

Today’s trip down memory lane takes us back to a story published on August 5, 2011, in the infancy stages of the Did The Tribe Win Last…

Former Indians Manager John McNamara Dies at 88

Former Indians manager John McNamara died Tuesday at the age of 88. McNamara, a Sacramento native, is probably best known as the manager of the 1986 Red…

Bosman’s No-Hitter Represented Peak of his Career

This week, Did The Tribe Win Last Night looks back to Dick Bosman’s bid for perfection in his no-hitter thrown 46 years ago this week. This story…

For All the Deals He’s Done, Trump Couldn’t Buy the Indians

The President weighed in on Monday, calling out and chastising the Cleveland Indians and Washington Redskins organizations on Twitter for “changing their names in order to be…

Plans Continue for Rocky Colavito Statue in Little Italy

Let’s talk about statues in Little Italy. No, not that one. There’s a movement afoot to replace the statue of Christopher Columbus at Tony Brush Park with…

Minor League Cancellation Could Mean Abrupt End for Scrappers

Coronavirus may have robbed us of the final season of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced its decision not to provide Minor League…

Colavito Busts Slump in Major Way – With Four Home Runs

In a busy week in Indians history that included a significant trade, a cycle, a no-hitter, a brawl, and plenty of game action (unlike this year…), we…

Ten Cent Beer Night, A Promotion Gone Terribly Wrong

Take me out to the … brawl game? Today’s dig through the Did The Tribe Win Last Night archives takes us back to 1974, when the Cleveland…

Through No Fault of His Own, Score Never Lived Up to Potential

With baseball rumored to be inching closer and closer to a proposed return, we at Did The Tribe Win Last Night continue to wait out the grueling…

Ferrell Throws No-Hitter With a Little Help from his Friends (and the Official Scorer)

One of the forgotten gems in Indians’ history was thrown 81 years ago this week as Wes Ferrell blanked the St. Louis Browns and his brother, 9-0….