Today in Tribe History: November 10, 1998

Six-time American League All-Star and two-time AL Most Valuable Player Hal Newhouser passes away at the age of 77. Newhouser spent his first 15 seasons pitching in…

Tribe Routed Early, Will Face Boston In One Game Playoff Tomorrow; Tigers 7, Indians 1

October 3, 1948 The pennant winning party scheduled for all weekend set over the horizon of Lake Erie without even a single champagne pop. As the Detroit…

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 even closer. This afternoon the Indians beat the Detroit Tigers 8-0, in…

Cleveland Ready for a Pennant Party

October 1, 1948 Somewhere the champagne is on ice and the pennant is ready to be unfolded and hung high on the Municipal Stadium flagpole. But the…

Boudreau Likes Tribe’s Chances After Feller Gem

September 27, 1948 After a winter that had trade rumors and his managerial position being removed from his title, Lou Boudreau has endured quite a pressure packed…

Feller Fires Five-Hitter to Put Tribe in Sole Possession of First Place; Indians 4, Tigers 1

September 26, 1948 It’s not over, but the view for the Cleveland Indians could not look much better as they head home for the final five games…

O’Neill and Other Non-Contenders Sending Their Best in Final Week

September 26, 1948 Former Cleveland Indian player and manager Steve O’Neill is likely rooting on the inside for the Tribe to win the pennant, but you won’t…

Tribe Head to Detroit Amidst Pennant Fever

September 23, 1948 After last night’s win at Municipal Stadium against the Boston Red Sox, it felt like the Indians had won the pennant. The reality remains…