A Unique Look at the Tribe’s ALDS Matchup

For the first time in nine years, the Cleveland Indians will be playing in the American League Division Series after winning the AL Central. The last time…

Tribe Celebrates In Clubhouse After Clincher

October 4, 1948 When Eddie Robinson caught Ken Keltner’s throw from the grass of the Fenway Park infield the Indians had officially clinched the American League pennant…

Bearden Surprise Start and Three Homers Send Tribe to Series; Indians 8, Red Sox 3

October 4, 1948 After five and a half months and 155 big games, the Cleveland Indians finally won their biggest game of the season and clinched the…

Galehouse Unlikely Starting Selection For Sox, Tribe Mum on Starter

October 4, 1948 Boston Red Sox manager Joe McCarthy has made a surprising choice for the American League playoff game today. Meanwhile, the Indians still have not…

Tribe Loses, Joins 3-Way Tie at Top of Standings; Tigers 4, Indians 3

It’s crowded at the top. A big name star or personality may feel crowded by the people around them, but in the case of the Cleveland Indians…

Playoff Scenarios Set By American League

September 24, 1948 If you were in Chicago this morning and heard something sounding like a bunch of change falling on the floor, it was just the…

Indians to Begin Accepting World Series Ticket Applications on Tuesday

Coming off a huge 5-2 victory against the Boston Red Sox last night at Municipal Stadium the Cleveland Indians are starting to print World Series tickets. The…

Tribe Tied For First After Feller Three-Hitter; Indians 5, Red Sox 2

The American League pennant race is deadlocked at the top with just eight games remaining. Cleveland, who was four and a half games behind Boston just two…

Tonight’s Game a Big One in Many Ways

After 145 games, the Cleveland Indians have played many big games and key series this season. But tonight’s game is the Tribe’s newest, “game of the year.”…

Pennant Chatter and Play on Center Stage in Detroit Today

There was a lot of talk about the American League pennant around Briggs Stadium and the Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. The Detroit Tigers and Boston Red…

Don Black Night Ticket Sales Soar

September 17, 1948 While Indians pitcher Don Black remains hospitalized at Charity Hospital in Cleveland while recuperating from a brain hemorrhage suffered during an at bat on…

Paige Punished in Fifth, Tribe Loses in Extras; Browns 4, Indians 3

September 4, 1948 In a season that appears will go down to the final games or innings, the Indians may have several unfortunate moments to point back…