Progressive Field is Possibly the Most Family Friendly Ballpark

Although Cleveland may not boast the best baseball team on the field, one thing has long stood as the Cleveland Indians’ claim to fame: their ballpark. From…

2015: A Year for Tribe Patience

As the calendar flips to 2015, it’s officially the time of the clean slate and the blank page, and the every-exciting New Year’s resolution. This season, let’s…

Be Thankful for the Cleveland Indians

It’s Thanksgiving – a day to be grateful and overindulge in the mounds of food placed before you. A day of cornucopias and parades and pilgrims and…

Indians Had the Pieces, But Could Not Solve the Puzzle

The pieces have all been there, at one time or another. Glance at the names, numbers, contracts, accolades featured on the Indians’ roster this season, and one…

Recent Games Prove “It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over”

In 1973, the New York Mets trailed the Chicago Cubs by nine and a half games in the National League East and rallied to win the division…

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…

Bearden and Boudreau lead Tribe past Philly; Indians 6, Athletics 1

August 31, 1948 If Lou Boudreau can play this way when he’s hurting, the Cleveland Indians should be quite excited for when he’s healthy again.  Boudreau had…

Early Runs Pace Paige to Victory; Indians 10, Senators 1

August 30, 1948 Lots of early run support gave Indians Satchel Paige plenty of room to pitch, as Cleveland walloped Washington, 10-1, on Monday evening to earn…

Wynn Wows Indians to Split Twin Bill; Senators 5, Indians 2

August 29, 1948 Cleveland squandered an early lead and a chance to make up ground in the division, as the Washington Senators took the second game of…

Lemon’s Three-Hit Gem Shuts Out Nats; Indians 6, Senators 0

August 29, 1948 Unaffected by the 90-plus degree temperatures in the nation’s capital, Bob Lemon limited the Senators to just three hits to record his second consecutive…

Indians Give Game Away In the Ninth; Yankees 3, Indians 2

Walkoff victories come in many shapes and forms. This afternoon the Yankees collected a walkoff victory that was delivered to them with a bow on it, courtesy…