After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season (Part 3)

This is the third and final installment of “After the Cleveland Indians’ 1948 Season”, the final chapter of the 1948 season review. See Part 1 and Part…

Black Critically Injured, Tribe Loses Late; Browns 3, Indians 2

September 13, 1948 The Indians blew a 2-0 lead, allowing two runs in the eighth inning to tie the game and another in the ninth to lose…

Lemon Wins 20th, Tribe Keeps Pace with Sox; Indians 9, Browns 1

September 11, 1948 In just his first full season as a starting pitcher, Bob Lemon has asserted himself as the ace of the Indians staff several times,…

Tribe Hangs On in Extras, Still Hanging in Race; Indians 8, Tigers 7

September 8, 1948 One streak was extended and another one snapped, but most importantly the Indians were able to keep pace in the American League pennant chase…

Bearden and Boudreau Lead Tribe Past Philly; Indians 6, Athletics 1

August 31, 1948 If Lou Boudreau can play this way when he’s hurting, the Cleveland Indians should be quite excited for when he’s healthy again. Boudreau had…

It’s Not a Misprint; Indians 26, Browns 3

August 12, 1948 The Indians not only battled the St. Louis Browns in the second game of Thursday’s doubleheader, they battled history as well. The Tribe came…

Doby to Man Center Field in Second Half of Season

July 9, 1948 It likely will not be until after the All-Star break, but whenever Larry Doby is healthy enough to take the field, he’ll be the…

Feller Settles Down After Bumpy First Inning; Indians 10, White Sox 2

July 7, 1948 After a tumultuous first inning that quickly had the boo-birds out among the crowd of 31,394, Bob Feller was able to settle down and…

Three-Run Homer Off Feller Blows Game in Eighth; Tigers 7, Indians 5

July 5, 1948 It had all the makings of a good day. The Tribe already had taken the first game of the doubleheader and led the second…

Bombers Crush Tribe, Climb to Within Three Games; Yankees 13, Indians 2

June 21, 1948 After an exciting afternoon yesterday where 82,871 saw the Indians sweep the Philadelphia Athletics, the city was riding high. Some of that air might…

Where Has Larry Doby Gone?

June 18, 1948 After starting 27 of his first 29 games played this season, Cleveland outfielder Larry Doby has suddenly disappeared. The 24-year-old Doby had started the…

Tribe Blows Out Bombers in Second Game; Indians 9, Yankees 4

June 12, 1948 As the sun began to set in the Bronx on Saturday evening, Yankee Stadium sat silent. For the World Series champions, the Yankees might…