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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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Indians Add Reliever Hunter in Series of Friday Moves

If the offseason focus on the bullpen was not evident enough, the Cleveland Indians continued to look at strengthening its relief corps as they signed free agent reliever Tommy Hunter to a one-year Major League contract for the 2016 season. ... R...


Stephens Homer Gives Boston Walkoff Win; Red Sox 9, Indians 8

August 24, 1948 In a best-of-three battle for the right to first place entering the last month of the season, the two teams looked as evenly as matched as possible as the top two contenders in a heavyweight battle. However, ... Read More


Paige Releases Book, “Pitchin’ Man”

August 24, 1948 Satchel Paige earned his nickname as a baggage handler at a train station growing up in Mobile, Alabama, and since then, he’s become one of baseball’s best-traveled men. Paige, Bill Veeck’s newest pitcher, is a Negro Leagu...


Spring Invite Paulino May Provide Pitching Depth

Regardless of how strong a team’s starting rotation is, having some extra depth is never a bad thing. The Cleveland Indians appear to be overloaded in their starting five, with Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, and Danny Salazar looking to be ......


Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 52: Catching Up With Dave Roberts

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride. ... Read More


Today in Tribe History: February 12, 2009

Ted Uhlaender, former Cleveland Indians outfielder and first base coach, passes away after a heart attack at his home in Atwood, Kansas. He was 68 years old. Uhlaender debuted with the Minnesota Twins in 1965 and spent his first five ... Read More


Indians Head to Fenway to Open 16-Game Road Trip

August 23, 1948 After losing three straight to the cellar-dwellar Chicago White Sox at home this weekend, the Cleveland Indians embark on their final major road trip of the season tomorrow night at Fenway Park. Cleveland will venture to Detroit...


Thatcher Seeking a Chance to be One of Tito’s Lefties

When the Cleveland Indians dealt left-handed reliever Marc Rzepczynski at the trade deadline last season, it was a bit of a curious move. “Scrabble” had been the team’s lone southpaw for the majority of the season and while the season ... R...


Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 53

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride. ... Read More


Today in Tribe History: February 11, 2013

The Indians surprise many by snatching one of the last big name free agents remaining unsigned, inking center fielder Michael Bourn to a four-year, $48 million contract. Bourn is coming off of his second National League All-Star season as he ......


Tribe Falls Just Short, Just Half Game Ahead of Boston; White Sox 4, Indians 3

August 22, 1948 The Indians now find themselves in a precarious position as a big series with the Red Sox looms. A ninth-inning rally was stalled as the Tribe dropped a 4-3 decision before more than 57,000 fans in the ... Read More


Feller Knocked Around By Sox; White Sox 8, Indians 1

August 22, 1948 Bob Feller’s bad summer continues. The former Indians ace, once the most feared pitcher in the major leagues, got tagged for five runs, but only three earned, as the Cleveland defense committed three errors behind him and ... ...


Petition Seeks to Get Feller Presidential Medal of Freedom

Bob Feller won 266 games for the Indians, including three no-hitters. But he always regarded the biggest victory he contributed to as World War II. Two days after the Japanese bombed the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor, Feller enlisted ... Read ...


Countdown to Indians’ Opening Day – 54

As Did The Tribe Win Last Night helps fans count down the days until the Indians retake the field in an official Major League game, we look back at some of the players who wore the Cleveland jersey with pride. ... Read More


Today in Tribe History: February 10, 1884

Billy Evans, the man who would be the first to bear the title of “general manager” of the Cleveland Indians, is born in Chicago, Illinois. Evans was involved in the game at an early age, becoming the youngest umpire in ... Read More


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