Eight-Run Third Inning Snaps Tribe’s Win Streak; Red Sox 15, Indians 7

June 10, 1948 Two days ago, the Cleveland Indians snapped the Boston Red Sox five-game win streak. After a rainout yesterday, it seems turnabout is fair play….

Gromek Goes the Distance Behind Offensive Outburst; Indians 11, Athletics 1

June 6, 1948 The Indians dismantled the Philadelphia Athletics in the second game of the doubleheader, pounding out 16 hits en route to a 11-1 victory at…

Lemon Wins Eighth as Tribe Takes First Game; Indians 5, Athletics 3

June 6, 1948 Bob Lemon went the distance, while enduring his worst inning of the season, and drove in two runs to help the Indians win the…

Tribe Swings Into Town with Afternoon Victory; Indians 7, Athletics 3

June 5, 1948 After scoring five runs in the 15th inning just 14 hours earlier in another city, the Cleveland Indians were able to score early and…

Five Run Fifteenth Earns Tribe a Split ; Indians 5, Senators 0

June 4, 1948 It took 15 innings to declare the Cleveland Indians the victor at Griffith Stadium against the Washington Senators in a game that started on…

Tribe Shutout In Game Two, Remain in Second Place; Browns 6, Indians 0

May 31, 1948 For the second straight day the Indians had a chance to take two games from a lower division team and were unsuccessful. St. Louis…

Indians Amazing Comeback Sinks Sox in Wild Game; Indians 13, White Sox 8

May 30, 1948 It was recently announced that the United States is going to send a rhesus monkey named Albert into space on a V2 rocket sometime…

Feller’s Wild Sixth Hands White Sox a Win; White Sox 4, Indians 2

May 30, 1948 The Indians fell further out of first place in game one of Sunday’s doubleheader, as they dropped a game to the White Sox 4-2….

Tucker’s Bad Break May Sideline Centerfielder for Foreseeable Future

May 30, 1948 During Saturday’s 4-0 victory over Chicago, the Indians might have lost their centerfielder and leadoff hitter, Thurman Tucker, for several weeks. Tucker was injured…

Tribe Has High Hopes, but Still Chasing Yankees and Red Sox as Season Starts

April 20,1948 When the Indians take the field this afternoon, the likely largest opening day crowd ever will see a team with many changes from the 1947…