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…

Yankees Halt Tribe, Stop Late Rally; Yankees 6, Indians 5

For even the biggest believers in the Cleveland Indians, the pennant hopes for 1948 are starting to flicker a little less brightly. This afternoon the Indians lost…

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…

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…

Big Inning Forces Tribe to Settle for Split, Fall One Game Behind Boston; Yankees 7, Indians 2

August 27, 1948 With a Friday doubleheader in New York to make up a previous rain out, it looked like the Indians had a chance to tie…

Feller Flings Six-Hitter in New York for Game One Win; Indians 8, Yankees 1

In a blistering 99-degree heat at Yankee Stadium, Bob Feller was just a hot as the August sun. After Feller fell behind by a run in the…

Tribe Heads to Gotham to Continue Pennant Battle

Losers of two of three in Boston, the Indians left Beantown last night and headed for New York to start their next, “biggest series of the season.”…

Feller’s Bat Helped Ruth in Final Appearance

Bob Feller never faced Babe Ruth in his career. By the time Rapid Robert broke into the bigs in 1936, the Bambino had already retired as a…

Doby, Robinson and Gromek Help Tribe Sweep Bombers; Indians 2, Yankees 1

August 8, 1948 If Sunday’s second game is any indication of how the remainder of the season will go, the Indians have little to worry about. With…

Robinson and Boudreau Lead Five Run Rally to Take Game One; Indians 8, Yankees 6

August 8, 1948 In front of another record setting crowd of 73,484 Sunday afternoon the Cleveland Indians rose to the occasion with one of their biggest victories…

More Attendance Records to be Set Today

If the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees can draw 71,555 to Cleveland Municipal Stadium this afternoon the two teams will set another new attendance mark. Between…