Former Indian Reynolds Prevails in 1951 Pitcher’s Duel with Feller

On July 1, 1951, Bob Feller made major league history, throwing his third career no-hitter. Eleven days later, Feller was on the short end of another no-hitter…

Today in Tribe History: October 19, 1946

Cleveland and New York match up on a trade, as the Indians send starting pitcher Allie Reynolds to the Yankees in exchange for second baseman Joe Gordon.

Tribe’s Streak Snapped at Five, Reynolds Slows Bats; Yankees 4, Indians 1

May 11, 1948 Baseball is often a game of inches or hinges on just a couple of plays to determine the outcome. Both were true Tuesday afternoon,…

Today in Tribe History: October 19, 1946

Cleveland and New York match up on a trade, as the Indians send starting pitcher Allie Reynolds to the Yankees in exchange for second baseman Joe Gordon….

Today in Tribe History: February 10, 1917

Future Cleveland Indians pitcher Allie Reynolds is born in Bethany, Oklahoma. Reynolds, nicknamed “Chief”, pitched 13 years in the Majors, including his first five seasons in an…

All-Star Game Replaced with Exhibition in 1945

Although Major League Baseball was regarded as necessary for national morale in President Franklin Roosevelt’s famous “Green Light Letter,” by 1945, wartime restrictions had taken their toll….

Admiration for Dale Mitchell

On the third day of May, Cleveland left fielder Dale Mitchell was still working his way into a regular spot in the Indians lineup. Nearly two months…

Big Inning Forces Tribe to Settle for Split, Fall One Game Behind Boston; Yankees 7, Indians 2

August 27, 1948 With a Friday doubleheader in New York to make up a previous rain out, it looked like the Indians had a chance to tie…

Tribe Heads to Gotham to Continue Pennant Battle

Losers of two of three in Boston, the Indians left Beantown last night and headed for New York to start their next, “biggest series of the season.”…

Bombers Crush Tribe, Climb to Within Three Games; Yankees 13, Indians 2

June 21, 1948 After an exciting afternoon yesterday where 82,871 saw the Indians sweep the Philadelphia Athletics, the city was riding high. Some of that air might…

Klieman Slows Down Yanks for Come From Behind Win; Indians 7, Yankees 5

June 12, 1948 In a seesaw battle between the Yankees and Indians, the Tribe was able to get a strong outing from Ed Klieman out of the…

DiMaggio Blasts Three Homers to Drop Tribe in Game One; Yankees 6, Indians 5

May 23, 1948 Big time players rise to the occasion on a big time stage. The Yankees’ Joe DiMaggio rose higher than the Indians’ Bob Feller in…