After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 3)

This is the third and final installment of “After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season”, the final chapter of the 1948 season review. See Part 1 and Part…

Boston Fights Off Elimination, Tags Feller; Braves 11, Indians 5

October 10, 1948 This afternoon, Indians fans proved that they are some of the most passionate and patient fans. While the two may not go together, the…

Indians Even Series Behind Strong Lemon Outing; Indians 4, Braves 1

October 7, 1948 Bob Lemon overcame a first inning unearned run and went the distance for Cleveland, as the Indians chased Boston’s Warren Spahn early in a…

Classic Pitchers’ Duel Favors Boston; Braves 1, Indians 0

October 6, 1948 In quite possibly the best pitched game in World Series history, Cleveland’s Bob Feller and Boston’s Johnny Sain locked up in a pitchers’ duel,…

Tribe Stomps Tigers, Earns at Least Tie for Pennant; Indians 8, Tigers 0

October 2, 1948 What has seemed imminent for days is still not official, but now is a little closer. This afternoon the Indians beat the Detroit Tigers,…

Gordon and Keltner Help Tribe Close In On Pennant; Indians 5, White Sox 2

September 29, 1948 The 1948 pennant has not been spotted inside Municipal Stadium just yet, but its arrival is being eagerly anticipated. The Indians took another step…

Tribe Keeps Pace With Contenders Behind Bearden; Indians 6, Athletics 3

September 20, 1948 It wasn’t pretty, but it was effective in earning the necessary result. It’s the best way to describe the Cleveland Indians and rookie left-hander…

Ten-Run Onslaught Paces Zoldak to Victory; Indians 10, Senators 1

September 18, 1948 Behind the strong effort of Sam Zoldak on the mound, the Cleveland Indians won a third straight game to sweep the hapless Washington Senators…

Five-Run First Puts Indians Back in Win Column; Indians 6, Senators 3

September 16, 1948 Gene Bearden settled in after a rough beginning to his outing Thursday night and went the distance as the Indians offense erupted for a…

Tribe Ties After 12 Innings, Will Replay Tomorrow; Indians 3, Browns 3

September 12, 1948 In baseball, sometimes you win and some times you lose. But you don’t tie. Yet that’s just what the Cleveland Indians and St. Louis…

Tribe Opens Homestand Tomorrow Needing Better Play and Help

September 7, 1948 With 23 games remaining in the 1948 season, the Cleveland Indians are going to need a couple things to happen if they still hope…

Admiration for Dale Mitchell

August 31, 1948 On the third day of May, Cleveland left fielder Dale Mitchell was still working his way into a regular spot in the Indians lineup….