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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | December 2, 2021

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Today in Tribe History: May 6, 2003

May 6, 2021 |

Former Indians pitcher Art Houtteman passes away in Rochester Hills, Michigan, at the age of 75. Read More

Today in Tribe History: February 28, 1988

February 28, 2021 |

The Cleveland Indians sign free agent utility man Terry Francona. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 8, 1991

January 8, 2021 |

Gaylord Perry, the Cleveland Indians’ first Cy Young Award winning pitcher, is elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 13, 2008

November 13, 2020 |

Starting pitcher Cliff Lee takes home the American League Cy Young Award after his 22-3 season for the Indians during the regular season. Cleveland is now home to back-to-back Cy Young winners (after ending a drought dating back to 1972), with Lee’s hardware pairing with CC Sabathia‘s in 2007. Read More

Kipnis’ Tribe Career Likely Won’t Get Fairy Tale Ending

September 18, 2019 |

It is entirely possible we’ve seen Jason Kipnis in an Indians uniform for the last time.

Sadly, it’s more than possible.

Kipnis was lifted from Sunday’s game with wrist soreness. An MRI revealed a broken hamate, one of the carpal bones in his right wrist. The break will require surgery, shelving him for 4-6 weeks, which means even if the Indians make a deep postseason run – which seems less probable by the day – he probably won’t be able to return for the Indians this year. Read More

Remembering Jobu

March 20, 2017 |

Sports have a way of uniting perfect strangers behind blind loyalty, passion, and hometown pride. In our wins and our losses, we find acceptance, hope, and new friendships.

Over the weekend, the Cleveland Indians fan base, especially those of Twitter, … Read More

How Long Can the Tribe Hold on to Sandy?

October 7, 2015 | | One Comment

He came to Cleveland in a blockbuster trade, played the bulk of his career here as part of those great teams in the 1990s, and the entirety of his coaching and managing career was here.

But as another Indians season ends, you can’t help but wonder: How long can Sandy Alomar Jr. stay with the Indians?

Almost since the time he rejoined the Indians coaching staff, he’s been good for one or two interviews each off-season – and his name has already been linked to the opening in San Diego (the Padres will not be retaining Pat Murphy, who became interim manager after Bud Black – another former Indian – was fired in June). Read More

Asdrubal Cabrera Wins Silver Slugger

November 2, 2011 |


He may, or may not, have been snubbed for a Gold Glove last night, but Asdrubal Cabrera received his first Silver Slugger Award this evening. The award was just announced on MLB Network.

Cabrera had a breakout season … Read More

Cabrera Named To Sporting News AL All-Star Team, Nominated For More Awards

October 27, 2011 |

Asdrubal Cabrera was named to The Sporting News postseason American League All-Star Team on Thursday afternoon. He becomes the first Indians shortstop named to the team since Lou Boudreau in 1948. Cabrera was named to the Major League Baseball … Read More

Former Indians Performing Well In Postseason

October 6, 2011 |

By Matt Van Wormer

Last night, in the top of the 7th inning, Ben Francisco drilled a Jaime Garcia pitch over the left field wall at Busch Stadium giving the Philadelphia Phillies all the runs they would need, and get, in their Game 3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.  Francisco’s three run shot was just one of many great things that have happened for former Indians so far in the 2011 playoffs.
In the very first game of the postseason, former Indians catcher, Kelly Shoppach, went 3 for 5 with two home runs, three runs scored and five RBI as the Rays trounced the Rangers 9-0 in the series opener.  The Rangers have since gone on to take the series, but it was a great performance none the less.

Under .500, But Still Plenty To Smile About

October 5, 2011 |

By Matt Van Wormer

When the 2011 baseball season started, I think most Indians fans felt the same way: Stay competitive and we will be happy.  Improve on last year and look forward to 2012.  Don’t finish in the basement.
All those ideas were great, until the Tribe had one of the best April’s in their history.  Our expectations went from 75-85 wins to 95-105 wins in a matter of weeks.  While it was a nice run, I think too many people, myself included, thought that it would survive.  Unfortunately, due to numerous injuries to key members of the team and a plague of inconsistencies, the large lead that the Tribe had built quickly diminished and we were left to wonder what could have been.
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DTTWLN Staff Makes Their Playoff Predictions

September 30, 2011 |


By Craig Gifford

Following a baseball season that was as unpredictable as any other, it’s only fitting that the postseason would follow suit.

Here at Did The Tribe Win Last Night, there is not a lot of agreement as to how the postseason, which starts this evening, will shake out. Two of my fellow writers picked the Phillies to win the World Sereies, another two have tabbed the Indians’ rival, Detroit, to take the coveted tophy, while we had one vote each for the Milwaukee Brewers and the Tampa Bay Rays are this year’s team of destiny.

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