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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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Clippers’ Diaz Named International League’s Batter of the Week

The International League of Professional Baseball Clubs, Inc. announced on Monday morning that Columbus utility man Yandy Diaz was named the league’s Batter of the Week for games played between July 18 and July 24. The 24-year-old was joined b...

Tribe Time Now 59: Untouchable Like Frankie Mejia

Joe Coblitz (@BurningRiverBB) of Burning River Baseball and Jake Dungan (@JakeDBaseball) of Indians Baseball Insider talk about the Indians recent series wins, the needs in the bullpen and some potential trades that could fix them. Included is a ...

Cleveland’s Frazier and Zimmer on the Move…to Triple-A

After weeks of rumors and speculation, the Cleveland Indians announced late Sunday night that the organization has moved its top two prospects, outfielders Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer, to Triple-A Columbus. The simultaneous move came after ...

Today in Tribe History: July 25, 2011

The rookie delivers. Second baseman Jason Kipnis drives in Carlos Santana with a walk-off single to right field off of Hisanori Takahashi as the Cleveland Indians score two in the ninth to defeat the Los Angeles Angels, 3-2. Both the ... Read More

Reimold’s Pinch-Hit Walk-Off Shot Gives Orioles the Sweep; Orioles 5, Indians 3

Nolan Reimold’s pinch-hit, two-out, two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth off of Cleveland closer Cody Allen gave Baltimore a series sweep on Sunday as the Orioles defeated the Indians, 5-3. In a back and forth game ... Read More

Another Mejia Streaking, Calica Raking, and More in the Scrappers’ Scrapbook

Things may have finally turned a corner for the Cleveland Indians’ Mahoning Valley Scrappers affiliate, who endured nearly a month of tough games to start the New York-Penn League season. After a 3-11 start to its season and a 3-7 ... Read More

Lynchburg’s Long Scoreless Streak, Mejia at 37 Straight, and More in Hillcats Chatter

The Lynchburg Hillcats may have already clinched a playoff berth with their strong first half, but it hasn’t stopped them from playing hard in pursuit of the second half crown as well. A 12-10 win on Saturday helped the club ... Read More

Amid Bullpen Chaos, Allen Has Remained Strong in Closer Role

There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the Cleveland Indians bullpen, with the August 1 trade deadline fast approaching. Much of it is not exactly positive. Many baseball experts and fans believe, and probably rightly so, that the Tribe ...

Today in Tribe History: July 24, 2011

A pair of former Indians stars is among the three men celebrated on this date at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Ex-Indians infielder Roberto Alomar and pitcher Bert Blyleven are joined by longtime Toronto, Baltimore, Seattle, and Philadelph...

Gausman’s Seven Scoreless and Another Trumbo Bomb Blast O’s Past Tribe; Orioles 5, Indians 2

The Orioles followed nearly the same formula as Friday night as they spotted starter Kevin Gausman with a three-run lead and his strong outing pushed Baltimore past the Cleveland Indians easily on Saturday night, 5-2. Had it not been for ... Rea...

The “Little Cowboy” Who Got No Respect

In the great city of Cleveland lived a little cowboy. While tales of his exploits were heard across the country, he still didn’t get the respect that he deserved. His name was Josh Tomlin. The cowboy was once a revered ... Read More

Clevinger Takes a Loss, Butler on the Bases, and More in Columbus Clipnotes

The Columbus Clippers have continued to play good baseball in the second half of their season to hold on to a four-game lead in the International League’s West Division as teams enter the weekend. At 55-46, the Clippers hold that ... Read More

Today in Tribe History: July 23, 1962

The National Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes in four new members, including two with direct ties to the Cleveland Indians organization. Legendary pitcher Bob Feller and infielder Jackie Robinson, voted in by the Baseball Writers Association of Ame...


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