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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | December 8, 2021

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Addie Joss

Today in Tribe History: April 20, 1910

April 20, 2021 |

Cleveland hurler Addie Joss etches his name into the history books again, tossing the second no-hitter of his career and his first that was not a perfect game, blanking the White Sox by a 1-0 score in Chicago. Read More

Today in Tribe History: April 14, 1911

April 14, 2021 |

Tragedy strikes the Cleveland Naps franchise as, just two days after his 31st birthday, pitcher Addie Joss dies from tubercular meningitis. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 30, 1978

January 30, 2021 |

Addie Joss is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame through selection by the Special Veterans Committee. He is joined by longtime baseball executive Larry MacPhail. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 2, 1908

October 2, 2020 |

Addie Joss throws the first perfect game in franchise history as the second place Cleveland Naps defeat the third place Chicago White Sox, 1-0, in what some (The Plain Dealer; October 3, 1908) deemed at the time as the “Greatest Game in History of Big League Baseball”. Read More

Joss’ Second No-Hitter Wasn’t on Opening Day, but was Earliest of its Time

April 21, 2020 |

Our Did The Tribe Win Last Night pandemic history lessons continue this week as we look back at the second career no-hitter hurled by Addie Joss during the 1910 season. This story was originally published by Vince Guerrieri on April 18, 2019. – BT

It’s one of the great trivia questions in baseball history: What’s the only game where a team had the same batting average before the game as after it?

The answer, of course, is Bob Feller’s Opening Day no-hitter against the White Sox at Comiskey Park in 1940. But 30 years prior to that – this week in 1910 – Addie Joss also threw a no-hitter against the Pale Hose at Comiskey. It wasn’t an Opening Day no-hitter, but at the time, it was the earliest no-no in a season – and the first ever in the month of April. Read More

Today in Tribe History: April 20, 1910

April 20, 2020 |

Cleveland hurler Addie Joss etches his name into the history books again, tossing the second no-hitter of his career and his first that was not a perfect game, blanking the White Sox by a 1-0 score in Chicago. Read More

Today in Tribe History: April 14, 1911

April 14, 2020 |

Tragedy strikes the Cleveland Naps franchise as, just two days after his 31st birthday, pitcher Addie Joss dies from tubercular meningitis. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 30, 1978

January 30, 2020 |

Addie Joss is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame through selection by the Special Veterans Committee. He is joined by longtime baseball executive Larry MacPhail. Read More

Today in Tribe History: October 2, 1908

October 2, 2019 |

Addie Joss throws the first perfect game in franchise history as the second place Cleveland Naps defeat the third place Chicago White Sox, 1-0, in what some (The Plain Dealer; October 3, 1908) deemed at the time as the “Greatest Game in History of Big League Baseball”. Read More

Indians’ 1908 Season Featured Two No-Hitters, Wild Finish

September 16, 2019 |

Editor’s note: This story was originally published on 9/23/15 by Vince Guerrieri – BT

The 1908 season – like so many since – ended in disappointment for Cleveland baseball fans.

But it was a wild ride for the last two weeks of the season.

Going into the series with the Boston Red Sox on September 17, the Naps were in second place in the American League, tied with the Detroit Tigers in the win column with 78, but with four more losses, putting them two back with 16 to play. Read More

Today in Tribe History: April 20, 1910

April 20, 2019 |

Cleveland hurler Addie Joss etches his name into the history books again, tossing the second no-hitter of his career and his first that was not a perfect game, blanking the White Sox by a 1-0 score in Chicago. Read More

Joss’ Second No-Hitter Wasn’t on Opening Day, but was Earliest of its Time

April 18, 2019 |

It’s one of the great trivia questions in baseball history: What’s the only game where a team had the same batting average before the game as after it?

The answer, of course, is Bob Feller’s Opening Day no-hitter against the White Sox at Comiskey Park in 1940. But 30 years prior to that – this week in 1910 – Addie Joss also threw a no-hitter against the Pale Hose at Comiskey. It wasn’t an Opening Day no-hitter, but at the time, it was the earliest no-no in a season – and the first ever in the month of April. Read More