Today in Tribe History: April 28, 1966

Behind a strong start from Sonny Siebert, the Cleveland Indians win their tenth straight game to open the season, tying the modern day record, with a 2-1…

Today in Tribe History: April 19, 1969

The Indians and Red Sox agree on a six-player swap of several former All-Stars, as Cleveland sends Sonny Siebert, Joe Azcue, and Vicente Romo to Boston for…

Today in Tribe History: January 14, 1937

Sonny Siebert is born in St. Marys, Missouri.

Siebert Kept His Promise With His No-Hitter

This week’s trip down memory lane begins in 1966, when the Indians ended what was then the longest gap between no-hitters in franchise history in a story…

Today in Tribe History: April 28, 1966

Behind a strong start from Sonny Siebert, the Cleveland Indians win their tenth straight game to open the season, tying the modern day record, with a 2-1…

Today in Tribe History: April 19, 1969

The Indians and Red Sox agree on a six-player swap of several former All-Stars, as Cleveland sends Sonny Siebert, Joe Azcue, and Vicente Romo to Boston for…

Today in Tribe History: January 14, 1937

Sonny Siebert is born in St. Marys, Missouri.

Today in Tribe History: April 28, 1966

Behind a strong start from Sonny Siebert, the Cleveland Indians win their tenth straight game to open the season, tying the modern day record, with a 2-1…

Today in Tribe History: April 19, 1969

The Indians and Red Sox agree on a six-player swap of several former All-Stars, as Cleveland sends Sonny Siebert, Joe Azcue, and Vicente Romo to Boston for…

Today in Tribe History: January 14, 1937

Sonny Siebert is born in St. Marys, Missouri.

Siebert Kept His Promise With His No-Hitter

On June 10, 1966, Sonny Siebert etched his name permanently into the record books when he no-hit the Washington Senators at Cleveland Stadium. His gem was the…

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…