The World Series is back in Cleveland—Series Tied 1-1

October 8, 1948 Large crowds.  Cold, rainy weather.  Ticket scalpers making profits.  An electric atmosphere. Welcome back Tribe…this time it’s for all the marbles. Today, for the…

Indians Even Series Behind Strong Lemon Outing; Indians 4, Braves 1

October 7, 1948 Bob Lemon overcame a first inning unearned run and went the distance for Cleveland, as the Indians chased Boston’s Warren Spahn early in a…

Indians and Braves Ready for Game One

October 6, 1948 The heavily-favored Cleveland Indians will engage the Boston Braves in a seven-game championship battle in the 45th World Series. Lou Boudreau’s Indians knocked off…

Tribe Routed Early, Will Face Boston In One Game Playoff Tomorrow; Tigers 7, Indians 1

October 3, 1948 The pennant winning party scheduled for all weekend set over the horizon of Lake Erie without even a single champagne pop. As the Detroit…

Gordon and Keltner Help Tribe Close In on Pennant; Indians 5, White Sox 2

September 29, 1948 The 1948 pennant has not been spotted inside Municipal Stadium just yet, but it’s arrival is being eagerly anticipated. The Indians took another step…

Tribe Provides Big Show on Joe Early Night; Indians 11, White Sox 0

September 28, 1948 The Cleveland Indians and team president Bill Veeck like to give their fans a show on and off the field. On Tuesday evening they…

Feller Fires Five-Hitter to Put Tribe in Sole Possession of First Place; Indians 4, Tigers 1

September 26, 1948 It’s not over, but the view for the Cleveland Indians could not look much better as they head home for the final five games…

Tribe Keeps Pace With Contenders Behind Bearden; Indians 6, Athletics 3

September 20, 1948 It wasn’t pretty, but it was effective in earning the necessary result. It’s the best way to describe the Cleveland Indians and rookie left-hander…

Yankees Halt Tribe, Stop Late Rally; Yankees 6, Indians 5

For even the biggest believers in the Cleveland Indians, the pennant hopes for 1948 are starting to flicker a little less brightly. This afternoon the Indians lost…

Black Critically Injured, Tribe Loses Late; Browns 3, Indians 2

September 13, 1948 The Indians blew a 2-0 lead, allowing two runs in the eighth inning to tie the game and another in the ninth to lose…

Tribe Ties After 12 Innings, Will Replay Tomorrow; Indians 3, Browns 3

September 12, 1948 In baseball, sometimes you win and some times you lose. But you don’t tie. Yet, that’s just what the Cleveland Indians and St. Louis…

Tribe Rallies Early, Holds Off St. Louis Late; Indians 6, Browns 4

September 12, 1948 The Cleveland Indians appear to be getting hot at the right time, now we’ll just have to see if enough time remains for the…