Today in Tribe History: May 20, 1975

Cleveland and Oakland swap starting pitchers, as the Indians send Jim Perry and Dick Bosman west to the Athletics for Blue Moon Odom and cash.

Today in Tribe History: February 17, 1944

Dick Bosman is born in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Bosman’s No-Hitter Represented Peak of his Career

This week, Did The Tribe Win Last Night looks back to Dick Bosman’s bid for perfection in his no-hitter thrown 46 years ago this week. This story…

Today in Tribe History: July 19, 1974

Cleveland’s Dick Bosman throws a no-hitter and comes just one error, his own, away from a perfect game as the Indians knock off the Oakland A’s, 4-0.

Today in Tribe History: May 20, 1975

Cleveland and Oakland swap starting pitchers, as the Indians send Jim Perry and Dick Bosman west to the Athletics for Blue Moon Odom and cash.

Today in Tribe History: February 17, 1944

Dick Bosman is born in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Today in Tribe History: July 19, 1974

Cleveland’s Dick Bosman throws a no-hitter and comes just one error, his own, away from a perfect game as the Indians knock off the Oakland A’s, 4-0.

Today in Tribe History: May 20, 1975

Cleveland and Oakland swap starting pitchers, as the Indians send Jim Perry and Dick Bosman west to the Athletics for Blue Moon Odom and cash.

Today in Tribe History: February 17, 1944

Dick Bosman is born in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Today in Tribe History: July 19, 1974

Cleveland’s Dick Bosman throws a no-hitter and comes just one error, his own, away from a perfect game as the Indians knock off the Oakland A’s, 4-0.

Today in Tribe History: May 20, 1975

Cleveland and Oakland swap starting pitchers, as the Indians send Jim Perry and Dick Bosman west to the Athletics for Blue Moon Odom and cash.

Tribe’s No-Hitter Drought Reaches 37 Years

Len Barker, getting the sign from Ron Hassey. Ernie Whitt stands in. Wind up, here it comes. Fly ball, center field. Manning coming on, he’s there…he catches…