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Did The Tribe Win Last Night? | July 28, 2021

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Today in Tribe History: February 2, 2011

February 2, 2021 |

Three former Cleveland Indians players – Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, and Candy Maldonado – are selected as part of the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2011. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 5, 2011

January 5, 2021 |

A pair of ex-Indians players, second baseman Roberto Alomar and pitcher Bert Blyleven, are announced as this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. Read More

Today in Tribe History: December 11, 2001

December 11, 2020 |

Second baseman Roberto Alomar, a 12-time All-Star and ten-time Gold Glove winner, is traded by the Indians to the New York Mets in an eight-player deal between the two clubs. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 24, 1998

November 24, 2020 |

The Cleveland Indians sign free agent and All-Star second baseman Roberto Alomar to a four-year tender worth between $30 and $32 million. Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 24, 2011

July 24, 2020 |

Two former Indians stars are among those celebrated on this date at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Read More

Countdown to Indians’ 2020 Opening Day – 12

July 12, 2020 |

Did The Tribe Win Last Night is now back on track with a new day in the countdown to Opening Day. Follow along as we count down the days until the Indians kick off play in the pandemic-shortened 2020 schedule on July 24. – BT

Countdown to Opening Day – 12 days

The clock is ticking on Francisco Lindor, and the Cleveland Indians’ relationship with him likely got significantly shorter due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Last season, the Indians lost time with Lindor too, but thankfully the right calf strain suffered as spring training was about to get underway only kept him out of action for a few weeks. This year, it has been an entirely different story, as the Tribe will lose 100 games of control of Lindor as the result of a drastically shortened season slate limited to just 60 games due to the widespread issues caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Read More

Big League Sons Who Followed Dads’ Footsteps with the Tribe

June 21, 2020 |

Children of Major Leaguers often get a unique experience and view of the game of baseball from an early age while also being blessed with some choice genes and skill sets that make them all the more prepared to pursue the national pastime as their career of choice.

While plenty of kids of former big leaguers have failed to reach The Show despite giving it their best down on the farm, others have put together lengthy and successful careers as second generation players.

Six father-son tandems (Jim Bagby and Jim Bagby; Earl Averill and Earl Averill Jr.; Tito Francona and Terry Francona; Buddy Bell and David Bell; Dave Duncan and Shelley Duncan; and Cam Carreon and Mark Carreon) have had the privilege of representing the Cleveland Indians organization on the field during their respective careers. Read More

A Forgotten and Improbable Tribe Comeback

May 7, 2020 |

When thinking of incredible, insurmountable comebacks in the history of Major League Baseball, many fans (and especially Tribe fans) will look to August 5 of 2001, when the 61-48 Indians rallied back from two separate twelve-run deficits to shock the 80-30 Seattle Mariners with a stunning 15-14 extra inning walk-off win at Jacobs Field.

The unbelievable end results were heightened by the fact that both teams were very much in the playoff race and were destined to meet again in October, when the Mariners knocked off the Indians in five games in the American League Division Series after winning a Major League record 116 games (a record which still stands today).

Prior to that Herculean effort against the Mariners, the Indians’ largest home comeback at their gem at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario came on May 7, 1999, when the team used an 18-run barrage over its final three innings at the plate to stun the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, 20-11. They accomplished it without Hall of Famer Jim Thome in the lineup, nor Hall worthy (in some eyes) Omar Vizquel, who was out of the lineup nursing a sore quad that had pestered him since mid-April. Read More

Today in Tribe History: February 2, 2011

February 2, 2020 |

Three former Cleveland Indians players – Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, and Candy Maldonado – are selected as part of the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2011. Read More

Today in Tribe History: January 5, 2011

January 5, 2020 |

A pair of ex-Indians players, second baseman Roberto Alomar and pitcher Bert Blyleven, are announced as this year’s Hall of Fame inductees. Read More

Today in Tribe History: December 11, 2001

December 11, 2019 |

Second baseman Roberto Alomar, a 12-time All-Star and ten-time Gold Glove winner, is traded by the Indians to the New York Mets in an eight-player deal between the two clubs. Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 24, 1998

November 24, 2019 |

The Cleveland Indians sign free agent and All-Star second baseman Roberto Alomar to a four-year tender worth between $30 and $32 million. Read More