Boston Comes Back, Continues to Roll; Red Sox 8, Indians 7

July 30, 1948 Maybe nothing can stop the Boston Red Sox. Six runs in the first inning by the Cleveland Indians wasn’t enough as Bobby Doerr, Denny…

Doby’s Error in Eighth Hands A’s a W; Athletics 4, Indians 3

July 28, 1948 A costly error by Cleveland center fielder Larry Doby allowed the tying and go-ahead runs to score in the eighth inning, as the Philadelphia…

Surprise Feller Start Helps Indians Reclaim Second; Indians 10, Athletics 5

July 27, 1948 In an unexpected turn of events, Bob Feller replaced Ed Klieman as Tuesday’s starter and won for the first time since July 7th as…

Four Yanks Homers Too Much for Tribe to Overcome; Yankees 7, Indians 3

July 21, 1948 The New York Yankees used four home runs from their lineup and three hits from Joe DiMaggio to take the first game of Wednesday’s…

Clark Endures Changes as Big League Career Begins

July 21, 1948 The New York Yankees are expecting more than 125,000 fans during the next three days as they continue to battle the Cleveland Indians for…

Tribe Wins Thriller in 11 Innings; Indians 7, Senators 6

July 19, 1948 It took 19 Tribesmen, 16 Nats, 10 total pitchers and two hours and 54 minutes to play the 11-inning thriller, but after each team…

Tribe Holds Off Another Rally, Win in 12 and Gain a Game; Indians 6, Senators 4

July 18, 1948 It took nearly an entire team to win the second game of today’s Sunday doubleheader in Washington. Cleveland used 20 players — including six…

Feller Fails to Finish First as Philly Defeats Cleveland; Athletics 10, Indians 5

With an opportunity to even up his record on the season, Cleveland starter Bob Feller was battered for five runs and five hits and was pulled after…

Paige Steals the Show as Cleveland bests Brooklyn in Exhibition; Indians 4, Dodgers 3

July 14, 1948 Poor Jim Hegan had the game’s biggest hit, driving home All-Star Joe Gordon in the 11th inning during Wednesday’s exhibition against Brooklyn, but all…

Tipton sits out as Cleveland Romps Dayton in Exhibition

July 12, 1948 On the first day of the annual All-Star break, the Cleveland Indians not participating in the exhibition in St. Louis traveled to Dayton to…

Tribe Comes Back Early, Holds Off St. Louis Late; Indians 8, Browns 6

July 2, 1948 In a back and forth contest that featured several big innings, the Indians came from behind and held off a late eighth inning rally…

Feller Gets Back on Track Behind Two Homers; Indians 6, Tigers 2

June 29, 1948 In no way was it pretty, or dominating or brilliant, but it was a win. After a rough home stand for the Tribe and…