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Name: Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
Description: Dedicated to Cleveland Indians coverage, 365 days a year
URL: http://didthetribewinlastnight.com
RSS Feeds: Cleveland Indians - http://didthetribewinlastnight.com/?feed=rss2
Related Team(s): Indians
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2012-01-08 17:29:39
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Feller Washed Out Again as Williams Declares Tribe Favorite

June 9, 1948 The Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox game scheduled for Wednesday afternoon was cancelled due to rain and cold weather. Mostly due to the cool weather, the game became the third time in a week that Bob ... Read More

Do You Wahoo? – Episode 3

In the third episode of Do You Wahoo? Joe Coblitz (@BRBBlog) from Burning River Baseball hosts with Bob Toth (@TheBobToth) of our own Did the Tribe Win Last Night?, Danny Cunningham (@DCunninghamCLE) of Burning River Baseball and Vern Morrison (@...

Looking Back: Cleveland Finally Walks Off in Anderson’s Debut

When a player stumbles some in his Major League debut, it is easy to make some excuses for him. Nerves, playing in front of much larger crowds than minor league parks, and the culmination of years and years of hard ... Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 28, 1956

Kerby Farrell is named the new Cleveland Indians manager, replacing the successful Al Lopez in the Tribe dugout. In six seasons at the helm of the Indians, Lopez never finished worse than second din the American League and claimed the ... Read More

Indians Add Recker as Needed Catching Depth

The Cleveland Indians announced today that they had come to terms on a minor league contract with veteran catcher Anthony Recker and have invited him to spring training in Goodyear, Arizona, in February. Catching depth has been continually noted...

Bearden and Boudreau Lead Boys to Fifth Win; Indians 2, Red Sox 0

June 8, 1948 Games are won and lost by mere inches at times and Tuesday evening, the Indians might have used a foot’s worth to narrowly defeat the Boston Red Sox, 2-0. Cleveland’s win is its fifth straight victory and ... Read More

Salt Pork Gets Tipton Back on Field

June 8, 1948 Sometimes a good home-cooked meal is all a person needs to feel well again. Joe Tipton needed something a little different from home to heal his ailing wrist this week. “My mama put a poultice of salt ... Read More

Do You Wahoo? – Episode 2

In the second episode of Do You Wahoo?, Joe Coblitz (@BRBBlog) from Burning River Baseball hosts with Steve Eby (@Eebs2k) of our own Did the Tribe Win Last Night?, Jeff Rich (@byJeffRich) of More Than a Fan and Chris Burnham ... Read More

Bobby Bradley, Quickly Cementing Himself as a Tribe Power Hitter and Name to Know

Indians fans who are always be clamoring for the elusive right-handed power bat may not be fans of Bobby Bradley. Yes, the 19-year-old can crush the ball over the fence and drive in numerous runs for his team, but he ... Read More

Today in Tribe History: November 27, 1953

Cleveland’s Al Rosen is selected as the unanimous winner of the American League Most Valuable Player award. Rosen finished his 1953 season with a .336 batting average, 43 home runs, and 145 RBI, the latter two leading the AL. He ... Read More


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