Big First Inning Pushes Tribe to Split with Nats; Indians 4, Senators 1

June 27, 1948 Sometimes a little left is all right. That was Indians manager Lou Boudreau’s approach this afternoon. Boudreau used seven right-handed hitters in his lineup…

Yankees Salvage Final Game of Series in Front of Legends; Yankees 5, Indians 3

June 13, 1948 Maybe it was the cast of former Yankees in attendance at today’s game, or the fear of their pennant hopes starting to wilt in…

Indians Amazing Comeback Sinks Sox in Wild Game; Indians 13, White Sox 8

May 30, 1948 It was recently announced that the United States is going to send a rhesus monkey named Albert into space on a V2 rocket sometime…

Indians Eye a Return to the Top as they Travel to Chicago

May 27, 1948 The second-place Cleveland Indians (19-9) today will head to Chicago’s Comiskey Park to take on the lowly White Sox (7-22) in a four game…

Injured Offense Shutout by Washington to End Homestand; Senators 2, Indians 0

May 26, 1948 After 27 games, lots of hits and home runs and some good luck, the Indians finally were shutout for a game this season. Without…

Keltner Injured In Tribe Victory; Indians 4, Senators 0

May 25, 1948 The story should have been about the Indians’ Bob Lemon defeating the Washington Senators for the second time this season and keeping a thin…

Tribe Walks to Victory Over Boston; Indians 13, Red Sox 4

May 20, 1948 Thursday evening the Indians casually strolled to a victory over the Boston Red Sox by a score of 13-4 in front of 43,158 fans…

Tribe Rout Athletics to Reclaim Top Spot; Indians 6, Athletics 1

May 18, 1948 A strong pitching performance from southpaw Gene Bearden and a six-run outburst in the first two innings gave the Cleveland Indians a 6-1 victory…

Boudreau Booed—Tribe Toppled in Game One of Double Dip; White Sox 6, Indians 4

May 16, 1948 Home runs by Allie Clark and Pat Seerey were not enough to make Cleveland victorious — or even keep them in the lineup, for…

Bullpen and Late Rally Helps Tribe Take Two; Indians 9, Red Sox 5

May 9, 1948 The Indians endured yet another sour start, but used a fine effort from the bullpen and a late rally to steal the second game…

Lemon Turns Lights Out on Senators Friday Evening; Indians 8, Senators 0

May 7, 1948 Desperate for a win and to snap a losing streak that is starting to grow as big as their original winning streak, Bob Lemon…

Tribe Bats Silenced by Tigers Three-Hitter; Tigers 4, Indians 2

May 2, 1948 The Detroit Tigers took a second straight game in Cleveland from the Indians behind a strong starting effort from Fred Hutchinson, as the Tigers…