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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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Cleveland Reunites with Crisp in Trade with Oakland

The rumors that started to circulate just prior to the start of Tuesday’s game between the Indians and Twins became a reality on Wednesday as Cleveland announced that it had reacquired outfielder Coco Crisp in a trade with the Oakland ... Read ...


Garner Gets the Call from Columbus as Cleveland Purchases Contract

After seven seasons in the minors, right-handed reliever Perci Garner has finally gotten his call to the Majors as the Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday afternoon that they had purchased his contract from Triple-A Columbus. In a pair of c...


Diaz Named International League’s Rookie of the Year

Yandy Diaz‘s name was in the news on Tuesday and for all of the right reasons as the Columbus Clippers utility man was named the International League’s Rookie of the Year. About the only thing that could make his 2016 ... Read More


Hitting Prowess Drives the Thrillcats

Over the past several weeks, the High-A Lynchburg Hillcats have been a prominent feature in both Carolina League and national baseball news. Lynchburg’s on-field host, Kestrel Kerl, has awarded the team the moniker of “Thrillcats” and the t...


All-American Makes Switch to Baseball: Tebow? No, Boudreau

So Tim Tebow’s decided to give baseball a shot. Tebow, who won a national title at the University of Florida but has had a limited career in the NFL, wouldn’t be the first Heisman Trophy winner to go pro in ... Read More


Today in Tribe History: August 31, 2004

Omar Vizquel has a day for the ages as he has six hits and drives in four in seven trips to the plate and the Cleveland Indians bash the New York Yankees in the Bronx, 22-0. The Tribe jumped out ... Read More


Bullpen Saves the Day as Tribe Sends Twins to 12th Straight Loss; Indians 5, Twins 4

Time may be expiring on Cleveland starter Josh Tomlin, but it is not on the Indians and their pursuit of the postseason as a terrific job by the Tribe bullpen sent the Minnesota Twins to a 12th consecutive loss on ... Read More


Brandon Guyer Has Been More Than Just A Guy

When the Indians traded for Andrew Miller, fans knew the team would be aggressive until the deadline passed. With a trade for Jonathan Lucroy reportedly agreed to the same day, the Indians were likely to be done wheeling and dealing. ... Read More


Paulino Joins Long List of Hillcats to Win Player of the Week Award

Another week, another piece of hardware for a member of the Lynchburg Hillcats as outfielder Dorssys Paulino‘s tear at the plate earned him the Carolina League Player of the Week honor for games played between August 22 and August 28. ... R...


Mejia Hits in 11 Straight, Aiken Consistent, and More in the Scrappers’ Scrapbook

Despite giving it a remarkable run late, Mahoning Valley saw its Pinckney Division title hopes lost as the State College Spikes officially eliminated the Scrappers on Saturday night with their win over Auburn. That the Scrappers were even in a ....


Today in Tribe History: August 30, 2007

The Indians match their season high with their sixth straight win and do so in bizarre fashion, as Kenny Lofton’s walk-off walk sends Cleveland to a 6-5 win over the Seattle Mariners. The Tribe scored three early in the second ... Read More


Kipnis Clutch as Tribe Walks Off in Extras; Indians 1, Twins 0

Sometimes, a change of scenery can be a good thing, but for the Indians on Monday, it was a return to home sweet home that did the trick as Jason Kipnis sent the team home victorious in ten innings with ... Read More


Can the Tribe Finally Figure Out the Twins?

Sometimes, a team just has your number. For a team like the first place Cleveland Indians, that team giving you fits should not be the worst team in the American League and the second-worst team in all of baseball. The ... Read More


Calica Promoted, McKenzie Wins Second Straight, and More in the Captains’ Log

Despite winning the first three games of their four-game set with the Lansing Lugnuts, any dreams of a division crown fizzled out for the Lake County Captains this week after getting stomped in five straight games in a four-day span ... Read More


Marabell’s Walk-Off, Santander’s Doubles, New Hardware, and More in Hillcats Chatter

The Carolina League season is rapidly winding down for the Lynchburg Hillcats, with just seven games remaining on their regular season schedule. Their ticket to postseason baseball in September was punched with a first half Northern Division crow...


Today in Tribe History: August 29, 1983

F.J. (Steve) O’Neill, the board chairman and the majority owner of the Cleveland Indians, dies from a heart attack on the way to St. Vincent Charity Hospital after waking with shortness of breath. He was 83 years old. The death ... Read More


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