Cleveland’s All-Time Opening Day Starting Lineup

Opening Day is like no other day of the year for baseball fans. The stadium is sold out. Warm weather is on the way. There’s optimism. Everybody…

Rosen Eligible for World Series

September 28, 1948 The Indians have just a one-game lead with five games to play, but if they qualify for the World Series, their roster has been…

Today in Tribe History: March 13, 2015

Legendary Indians slugger Al Rosen, the team’s last Most Valuable Player award winner, passes away less than two weeks after turning 91 years old. Rosen enjoyed a…

Rosen Recalled After Successful Minor League Season

September 11, 1948 Al Rosen, the American Association’s batting champion and league’s most valuable rookie, joined the Indians yesterday. Indians manager Lou Boudreau said he would not…

Today in Tribe History: February 29, 1924

Future star slugger and 1953 American League Most Valuable Player Al Rosen is born in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Rosen will become the first of two Indians ever…

Indians’ Aging Infield Gets a Youthful Boost as Boone is Promoted, Rosen Could Follow Soon

September 1, 1948 Lou Boudreau, Ken Keltner and Joe Gordon have done a fantastic job holding down the infield-fort this season, as the three premier hitters are…

Today in Tribe History: November 27, 1953

Cleveland’s Al Rosen is selected as the unanimous winner of the American League Most Valuable Player award. Rosen finished his 1953 season with a .336 batting average,…

1995 Game Recap: Three More for Albert; Tribe Slugger Sets Records in Win—Indians 8, White Sox 2

Throughout the 2015 season, Did the Tribe Win Last Night will take a look back at the 1995 Cleveland Indians for the 20th anniversary of their fourth…

Today in Tribe History: July 13, 1954

1954 – The Cleveland Indians host the 21st Midsummer Classic at Cleveland Stadium with the American League squad winning by an 11-9 score over the National League…

Legendary Tribe Slugger Rosen Dead at 91

He was the last MVP winner for the Cleveland Indians. He was the last All-Star to spend his entire career with the Tribe. And he was one…

Today in Tribe History: November 27, 1953

Cleveland’s Al Rosen is selected as the unanimous winner of the American League Most Valuable Player award. Rosen finished his 1953 season with a .336 batting average,…

Cleveland Indians’ Top All-Star Performances

On Tuesday, Major League Baseball will conduct its 85th All-Star Game, this one taking place for the first time at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Cleveland…