World Series & Cleveland Indians
The World Series is the annual Championship Series of Major League Baseball, played between the American League and National League champions since 1903. The winner of the World Series Championship is determined through a best-of-seven playoff and awarded the Commissioner's Trophy. The Cleveland Indians are a professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. /5
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Cleveland Indians will be your 2017 World Series champs...
Clemson Beat Ohio St 31-0. . 31= A 3-1 Lead that the Cleveland Indians blew in the World Series.
But so did the Cleveland Indians in the World Series 🤔
Same thing applies to the Cleveland Indians and winning a World Series that for some reason occurred to me. Hope not alone in irony?
BREAKING NEWS: Chicago Cubs are being forced to give up their World Series title. Cleveland Indians fans rioting
"There's so much money that's being made off the blood of people.". What's up with the Cleveland Indians' logo post-World Serie…
the Cleveland Indians blew a 3-1 lead in the World Series. The cubs won 3 games in a row to win it all.
Idc if the Indians blow a 3-1 lead in the World Series. Everyone I follow isn't even a Cleveland fan and they been throwing them 3-1 jokes
The only living member of the Cleveland Indians' 1948 World Series team, Eddie Robinson, will attend Game 6.
The last time there were 2 ties in an NFL season, the Cleveland Indians lost game 7 of the World Series.
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Chicago keep World Series hopes alive: Chicago Cubs beat Cleveland Indians 3-2 at Wrigley Field to trail the best-of-seven World Series 3-2.
Indians silence Cubs fans as they close in on World Series.
Indians draw huge crowds for World Series watch parties LeBron is very proud of you, Cleveland!
The cave just one the chip and the Indians in the World Series rn Cleveland *** on one drake need to fall back and take the L
"Taking your son to the World Series - priceless. Having a Cleveland Indians fan knock your kid out - Not cool.".
Congratulations to the Cleveland Indians for winning game 1 of the World Series!!! Good Luck tonight during game...
MLB didn't even take a swing at a World Series day game at Wrigley.
With the Chicago Cubs back in the World Series, the goat curse is back on the forefront
And, Game 1 of the World Series goes to the Cleveland Indians. Final score: Cleveland 6, Chicago Cubs 0.
Cleveland Indians take 1st game of the World Series from the Cubs 6-0 behind 2 Roberto Perez homers - New York Times http…
Kluber, Perez, Indians beat Cubs 6-0 in World Series opener: CLEVELAND (AP) — Corey Kluber got the Cleveland…
Corey Kluber shuts down Cubs in World Series debut as Indians win Game 1
Indians win first game of World Series
World Series: Indians win Game 1 in style: CLEVELAND’S offense was too strong as the Indians defeated Chicago...
It's official: Cleveland Indians will play against the Chicago Cubs in the World Series. Game 1 is Tuesday.
Has anyone checked with John Hagee to see if the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians being in the World Series is a sign of the last days?
My Cleveland Indians are going to the World Series and it's so crazy lmao
World Series questions -- Chicago Cubs versus Cleveland Indians: It will be, no matter the outcome, a histori...
The Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs are in the World Series as a reality television star runs for president... https…
That being said...this has to be the most hyped and exciting World Series ever...right?
What a time to be alive as both a Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns fan. World Series baseball team, complete trash footbal team.
Las Vegas - The have opened as heavy favorites to beat the Cleveland Indians in the World Series. John
Going for Cleveland in the World Series lets go Indians
Who breaks their World Series curse first: Cubs or Indians? - ESPN
That's correct Pam.Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians in the World Series. It starts Tuesday night in Cleveland
With 'Wild Thing' not an option, who do Cleveland Indians fans think should get a World Series first pitch?
Cleveland Indians' Ryan Merritt goes from Goodyear, Ariz. to World Series: 'It's crazy': When the...
Looks like the Indians and Dodgers for World Series...weird another California team vs another Cleveland team like the NBA 🙄
Indians could host Game 1 of the World Series the same night Cavaliers get their rings & raise the banner. Downtown Cleve…
I wanted a World Series, but have had so much fun watching Cleveland that I just want them to win. Who cares who they play?
Obviously I hate Cleveland but think how crazy it'd be if the Indians win the World Series
The Cleveland Indians are 1 win from the World Series, that's crazy to hear..
"As it stands now, both the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs have a 38 percent chance to win the World Series"
I could live with the Cleveland Indians winning the World Series, just as long as they were to beat the Chicago Cubs.
Cavs win championship. Indians a step away from World Series. Cleveland is WINNING! Gives me hope that the Browns will get it together
And a World Series visit to Cleveland will make 8 games on the year!
- Cavs win NBA title . - Indians win World Series . - Browns win 3 games . 2016 would go down as greatest sports year in Cle…
Again. How does it feel to everyone who undermines the Cleveland Indians. We are here to win a World Series. Nothing les…
Cleveland Indians fans better enjoy tonight because it is the last night that they will be able to think they are going to the World Series.
Cleveland sports will be back to normal when the Indians make it to the World Series and blow a 3-1 lead
*** that's bad! We need this *** whooping to propel us into the World Series! — watching Cleveland Indians vs Detroit Tigers
You baseball guys gonna think I'm crazy but this is my World Series prediction: Chicago Cubs v. Cleveland Indians. Cubs win in 7.
u really think the Cleveland Indians will win the World Series?! They r 7 games back in the AL central. Educate yourself.
Did skip just say the that Cleveland Indians will win the World Series...
watch some baseball before you say the Cleveland Indians will win the World Series...
ICYMI: Tribe Talk featured actual radio from the '48 World Series. . Tune in!
Today in 1920 - Cleveland Indians beat Brooklyn Dodgers 5 games to 2 to win the 17th World Series (baseball)
On September 29, 1954, Willie Mays, centerfielder for the New York Giants, makes an amazing over-the-shoulder catch of a fly ball hit by Cleveland Indians first baseman Vic Wertz to rob Wertz of extra bases in Game 1 of the 1954 World Series.
**Events - July 19 1909 - The first unassisted triple play in major-league baseball was made by Cleveland Indians shortstop Neal Ball in a game against Boston. “Yer out! Yer out! And you, sir, are out number three!” 1914 - Boston began what was called its miracle drive as the Braves went from worst to first in the National League. They won the pennant and the World Series as well. 1939 - Jack Teagarden and his orchestra recorded Aunt Hagar’s Blues for Columbia Records. Teagarden provided the vocal on the session recorded in Chicago, IL. 1942 - The Seventh Symphony, by Shostakovich, was performed for the first time in the United States by Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. 1946 - Marilyn Monroe acted in her first screen test. She passed it with flying colors and was signed to her first contract with Twentieth Century Fox Studios. The first of her 29 films was Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay! 1949 - Singer Harry Belafonte began recording for Capitol Records on this day. The first sessions include ...
June 8, 1972, LeRoy "Satchel" Paige died. Possibly the best pitcher in Baseball in the 30's and 40's, he was denied a Major League shot until Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947. The next year, Satch was pitching for the Cleveland Indians and helped pitch them to the Pennant and a World Series victory over the Boston Braves. Satch and the *** League All-Stars used to barnstorm against Major League all stars. Dizzy Dean, the best white pitcher in the Game in the 30's pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals Gas House Gang once said, "If me and Satch were on the same team, we'd have the Pennant wrapped up by the Fourth of July and could go fishin' till the Series started."
It happened today in history. Terrence Jonathon "Terry" Francona was born April, 22, 1959. He grew up in New Brighton and now is manager of the Cleveland Indians. After high school, he attended the University of Arizona. He was a first baseman and outfielder in Major League Baseball and started his career with the Montreal Expos in 1981 and ended with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1990. In between, he played for the Cubs, Red and Indians. He was on two World Series Championship teams, in 2004 and 2007. Francona did some broadcasting for FOX and ESPN. Prior to managing the Indians, he was manager of the Phillies and Red Sox. He was the American League Manager of the Year for 2013. His father is Tito Francona, who was in the majors from 1956-1970.
Going by myself to my first Cleveland Indians game of the season today. Should be sunny and 50 degrees at gametime. Bought a seat in right field so should be in the sun, but will dress in layers...my 1995 World Series shirt, covered by my Indians sweatshirt, covered by my Indians jacket, with my Indians cap on my head. I think I'm ready!!!
Just reading about Dan Snyder's fund to support American Indians. I find it interesting that the whole issue of the "Redskins" name only became an issue after the team had great financial success in the 1980s. likewise. there was an awful lot of noise about the Cleveland Indians and their "Chief Wahoo" mascot.after they went to the World Series and had some success...back in the 1990s. there are several other professional sports teams that carry American Indian monikers. the Chicago Blackhawks. the Kansas City Chiefs. the Atlanta Braves.etc NONE of which have anywhere near the market value of the Redskins. think maybe this "OUTRAGE" over the "racist stereotype" of that name has anything to do with wanting to CASH IN on the trademark rights? And by the way. ... I myself am 1/8 Blackfoot Indian.but I'm not so blind that I can't see the likely truth. ...
Just a reminder on April 26th, the SF Giants vs Cleveland Indians, they will be giving out the 1954 World Series ring replica. I will be attending that game. I bought it when it first came out on sale. Had to nab it right away. I will be sitting premium lower box seat and each ticket only cost me $50. Not bad considering it giving away a world series ring. Right now you can get it for $38 for view reserve outfield. I think it will go up when the game nears and people knowing they will be handing out the world series ring. Get it now.
Indians, Orioles, Nationals -- all my teams are winners! Sure, it's only a game and just one of many to come but masterful Justin Masterson pitched 7 scoreless innings as the Cleveland Indians beat Oakland last night,the O's topped Grady Sizemore (and the other Red Sox) and the Nats won over the Mets. Surely, one of these teams will be in the World Series.
Roger Eugene Maris (Sep 10, 1934 – Dec 14, 1985) American professional baseball player. He was a Major League Baseball right fielder for 12 seasons and on four teams, from 1957 through 1968. Maris hit a Major League record 61 Home Runs during the 1961 season for the New York Yankees, breaking Babe Ruth's single-season record of 60 Home Runs in 1927. Maris began his professional career in 1953, and reached the Major Leagues in 1957 with the Cleveland Indians. He was traded to the Kansas City Athletics during the 1958 season, and to the Yankees after the 1959 season. With the Yankees, Maris was a two-time American League Most Valuable Player (1960 and 1961), All-Star (1959–1962), and Gold Glove winner (1960). Maris ended his career with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1967 and 1968. Maris appeared in seven World Series, five as a member of the Yankees and two with the Cardinals. His accomplishment of 61 Home Runs in a season came back to the forefront in 1998, when the Home Run record was broken by Mark McGw ...
Yes that is the real stanley cup and yes that is NL giving the cup some love. Stingrays 3-2 in overtime. Great time. Come October we kiss the World Series trophy after it gets presented to the 2014 world series winner, THE Cleveland Indians. go tribe
I remember a previous post about notable LT Alumni. Here is the Wikipedia blurb on that...Notable alumni George Burditt was an Illinois lawyer and politician. Allan B. Calhamer was the inventor of the board game Diplomacy. Bruce Campbell was a Major League Baseball player (1930–42). Playing most of his career with the Cleveland Indians, he played in the 1940 World Series with the Detroit Tigers. Joel Cummins is a keyboardist and founding member of the rock band Umphrey's McGee. David Hasselhoff is a professional actor and singer perhaps best known for his roles on the television series Knight Rider, Baywatch, and America's Got Talent. John Hattendorf is a professor and historian specializing in maritime and naval history. Paul G. Hoffman was an automobile executive and international statesman who over saw aid to other countries, including the Marshall Plan in postwar Europe. He is the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Jeff Hornacek was a professional basketball ...
Its 1949, the Detroit Tigers decide to sign from Stroudsburg (North Atlantic) minor league team, outfielder Bubba Phillips. Phillips born in West Point Mississippi and plays his college baseball at Southern Mississippi. Phillips would be 86, but he passed on back in 1993 a the age of 65. Phillips plays in the minors from 1949 thru 1952. Like so many in this era, he services 2 seasons in the service. He breaks into the Big Leagues with the Tigers in 1955. After the season, he is traded to the White Sox for Virgil Trucks. He plays on the south side from 1956 thru 1959. He plays in 59 World Series against the Dodgers. He is traded to the Cleveland Indians. Plays for the Tribe from 1960 thru 1962. He returns to the Tigers for his final stop, plays in Motown 1963 and 1964
Philip Samuel Masi (January 6, 1916 – March 29, 1990) was an American professional baseball player. Born in Chicago, Illinois, and lived in the Austin neighborhood. Masi began his professional baseball career when he was contracted in 1936 by the Cleveland Indians at the age of 20. In 1937 he played for the Wausau Timberjacks and demonstrated his versatility by playing as a catcher, outfielder, third baseman and as a first baseman. Masi became known as the Pepper Martin of the Northern League because of his head-first slides and prancing running style, while leading the league with 31 Home Runs and being named to the league's All-Star teamFrom 1939 though 1952, he played in Major League Baseball as a catcher for the Boston Braves (1939–1949), Pittsburgh Pirates (1949) and Chicago White Sox (1950–1952). It was in the first game of the 1948 World Series held at Braves Field against the favored Cleveland Indians that Masi would become embroiled in a controversy that secured his place in baseball histor ...
Its 1956 and the Milwaukee Braves decide they want the southpaw hurler from Santurce, Puerto Rico, Juan Pizarro. Pizarro turns 77 today. He breaks in with the Braves in with the Braves in 1957. He earns a ring in 1957 and plays in another World Series in 1958. He is traded to the Chicago White Sox in 1961. He is an American League All Star in 1963 and 1964, he is 16 and 19 game winner those seasons. Next stop would be the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1967. He starts 68 season and finish with the Boston Red Sox. 1969 he starts with the Red Sox and then moves onto the Cleveland Indians and finishes the season with the Oakland A's. He returns to Chicago, but this time on the north side, 1970 thru 1973 for the Cubs. 1973 would be his final season, it starts with the Cubs, then off to Houston. His final season would be 197 back with the Pirates and last game would be 74 world series
On January 26, 1962, baseball catcher and manager Steve O'Neill, son of County Galway natives, died in Cleveland, Ohio. He played for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Browns, and managed the Detroit Tigers to victory in the 1945 World Series.
Omar Vizquel, one of the best shortstops in Cleveland Indians and Major League Baseball history and a member of the Tribe’s 1995 and 1997 World Series teams, will be inducted into the Indians Hall Of Fame on Saturday, June 21. Vizquel is scheduled to appear briefly at Tribe Fest this weekend; he will be available to media on Sunday, tentatively at 11:30AM. Longtime Indians TV broadcaster Jimmy Dudley will be inducted posthumously into the Indians Distinguished Hall Of Fame for non-uniformed personnel. Of the 1,700-plus players who have worn a Blues, Bronchos or Indians uniform since 1901, Vizquel is the hall’s 40th member. He will be honored in a ceremony before the Indians game against the Detroit Tigers on June 21, and he will be honored with a permanent place in Heritage Park, behind the center field wall at Progressive Field. “I never thought that I could belong to a prestigious group of players that have given everything to the city of Cleveland in an Indians uniform,” Vizquel said. “My pri ...
A quote from the radio broadcast of the 1948 Indians-Braves World SeriesThe Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Braves to win their last World Series in 1948 and, man, the radio broadcaster had a field day with the matchup of two teams with Native American-themed names. The series was "tribal warfare,...
CLEVELAND -- Mike Hegan spent most of his life around the Cleveland Indians. He shagged fly balls in the outfield of Cleveland Municipal Stadium as a boy, played in the ballpark as a visiting Big Leaguer and went on to call some of the franchise's most memorable games as a broadcaster. The Indians lost a close friend on Christmas morning. With family by his side on Wednesday, Hegan passed away in his home of Hilton Head, S.C., after a battle with an untreatable heart condition. He was 71. Hegan's family ties to Cleveland date back to his father Jim Hegan, the longtime Indians catcher and member of the franchise's 1948 World Series Championship team. During Jim's second season with the Tribe in 1942, James Michael "Mike" Hegan was born in Cleveland, where he was raised and embarked on his own path in baseball that had its roots in Northeast Ohio. 50 years of his life was spent in baseball , he did both play-by - play and was the color man for the Tribe ,, every time you listened to him you felt like you l ...
Crowd at Ebbets Field on October 5, 1920. Game one of the World Series, Brooklyn Dodgers vs. Cleveland Indians.
Managers of the Year: Terry Francona November 12, 2013 New York -- Two championships and eight successful seasons in Boston brought Terry Francona exactly zero first-place votes in Manager of the Year balloting. It took him one year with the surprising Cleveland Indians to bag the prize. Francona and Clint Hurdle of the Pittsburgh Pirates won the Manager of the Year awards Tuesday after guiding their small-budget teams to charming turnarounds. In a close vote by the Baseball Writers' Association of America panel, Francona edged old friend John Farrell of the World Series Champion Red Sox 112 points to 96 for the American League honor. "I have a feeling he wouldn't trade what they did for this any day of the week," Francona said on a conference call from Tucson, Ariz. Hurdle was a runaway winner in the NL, selected first on 25 of 30 ballots after taking the Pirates to the playoffs in their first winning season since 1992. "It is so rewarding for me to see what's happened, the synergy in the city," Hurdle s ...
ICYMI Jason Giambi would like to close out his 20th year in MLB with a World Series for the
Hello there Ladies and Germs. Sounds like a Bob Hope opening from the 1940's. Bob Hope and his best buddy Bing Crosby are out of the World Series again. Remember Hope was talked into buying a piece of the Cleveland Indians by his friend Crosby, who owned part of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Next to fishing and golf, Crosby loved baseball. Big doings in sports this week, World Series starts Wednesday, 8 PM on Fox rematch of 2004 going all red with the Cardinals looking for World Championship title and the Sawx looking for their 8th Fall Classic win. Who ya got? Also on tap this week, for those few of us in the U.S. and for the rest of the World who have a rooting interest in the most popular sport on the planet, football, (soccer to Americans) the UEFA Champions League games are on all week. Check which cable system you use. DirecTV is channels 219 (Fox Sports 1), 220 (NBCSN), 618 (Fox Sports 2) and 621 and 621-1 (Fox Soccer Plus.) Baseball history on tap now. 1. On October 21, 1973, it's Game 7, W ...
Sox Sink Due To Errors, No Attack By JOE BOYLE Monday, October 14, 2013 Sometimes in life you just have to wear it. In this column before the season began, we predicted the White Sox would finish anywhere from second to fourth place in the American League Central. Due to their outstanding young pitching and solid bullpen, our thinking was the White Sox would finish second behind the surprising Cleveland Indians. We thought the Detroit Tigers would fall to third after a four-game sweep by the Giants in the 2012 World Series. Well, we were wrong on all accounts. The Tigers finished first while the improved Indians were a game behind in second. The White Sox? They finished in last place 30 games behind Detroit. So, what happened? To explain everything that went wrong in this disastrous season would fill an encyclopedia. On that note, it would be better to look up the word inept, or maybe errors. The White Sox made enough of the latter. To summarize the White Sox season in a nutshell, they could not hit, they ...
Oct. 1, 1959, the television series "The Twilight Zone" premiered. Oct. 1, 1971, Walt Disney World opened in Orlando, Fla. Oct. 2, 1950, the "Peanuts" comic strip by Charles Schulz first appeared in newspapers. Oct. 3, 1974, Frank Robinson became Major Leagues Baseball's first black manager for the Cleveland Indians. Oct. 5, 1921, the World Series was broadcast on radio for the first time. Oct. 6, 1889, Thomas Edison showed the first motion picture. Oct. 11, 1984, Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut Kathryn Sullivan became the first American woman to walk in space. Oct. 13, 1775, the U.S. Continental Navy was created. Oct. 14, 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Oct. 15, 1951, "I Love Lucy" premiered on television. Oct. 15, 1966, the U.S. Department of Transportation was created. Oct. 17, 1931, mobster Al Capone was convicted of income tax evasion. Oct. 21, 1879, Thomas Edison invented the incandescent electric lamp. Oct. 23, 1915, 25,000 women marched in New York City to demand ...
If baseball players acted like the republicans: "The Tampa Bay Rays defeated The Cleveland Indians 4-0 last night. The Cleveland Indians refuse to accept defeat like adults and have demanded the Rays return to the field so they can play the game again. If Bud Selig doesn't agree with their demands the Cleveland Indians have sworn to block any Division or World Series games to take place until their demands are met."
Terry Francona is done for the MLB year now that the Cleveland Indians got eliminated by the Tampa Bay Rays. Wouldn't it be great if Cubs GM Theo Epstein lands his former field manager in Boston to replace Sveum, and then we'd have that combination on the North Side that won two World Series in the last decade!?!
Ed just wants to see the Indians win the World Series before he dies. It will happen. Until next year Cleveland Indians baseball ⚾️
So Cleveland Indians 2013 World Series champs? Oh wait they didn't even make the playoffs.
Significance of October 3rd: 1974: Baseball racial barriers are broken On this day in 1974, Frank Robinson became the first black manager of a Major League Baseball team when he signed with the Cleveland Indians. Robinson managed the Indians during the last two years of his baseball career, before going on to manage three other Major League teams. Robinson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982, after winning the World Series twice as a member of the Baltimore Orioles. 1990: Germany becomes one again Twenty-three years ago on this day -- and three years after President Ronald Reagan famously called on Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down that wall" -- East and West Germany became one nation once again. The German Democratic Republic joined the Federal Republic of Germany, and Berlin was once again reunited into a single city. The fall of the Berlin Wall began almost a year prior to the official reunification, and the indelible image of Germans beating at the wall with sledgehammers, ...
In 1997 I put a curse on the Cleveland Indians because I hate their logo on their ball caps. It is a cartoon like Indian and is racist. They were one out away from winning the World Series that year, but lost to the Florida Marlins, yes, the Florida Marlins. They lost again tonight in a winner take all game. My curse continues. To all of the Cleveland Indian fans out there,change the logo and I'll remove the curse! Oh and F you
At work I got the honor to stand in the old locker rooms at league Park where some pretty famous people played ( CY Young, Babe Ruth, Bob Feller, TY Cobb, Satchel Paige) AND best of all where the Cleveland Indians played the 1920 World Series!! This is what I love about my job, getting to see Clevelands history brought back to life
I forgot to post this earlier. It looks like the Reds will be gone after tonight, but I'll list these as if it was before tonight's game. MLB playoff teams in rank order as to who I would like to see win the World Series: 1a. Cleveland Indians 1b. Cincinnati Reds 3. Oakland A's 4. Atlanta Braves 5. Tampa Bay Rays 6. Boston Red Sox 7. St. Louis Cardinals 8. Pittsburgh Pirates 19. Los Angeles Dodgers 20. Detroit Tigers
Rocky Nelson a Portsmouth, Ohio native like myself. Rocky was one of the first baseball players that I met. I was 6 years old when I met him at an autograph show held at Shawnee State University in 1990. Attached are 2 cards he signed for me when I was to younger a letter from him telling me that he was proud of me for earning my Eagle Scout and a news paper clipping that I saved from the Portsmouth Daily Times celebrating him and his wife's 50th wedding anniversary. Born: November 18, 1924 Portsmouth, Ohio Died: October 31, 2006 (aged 81) Portsmouth, Ohio Teams St. Louis Cardinals (1949–1951) Pittsburgh Pirates (1951) Chicago White Sox (1951) Brooklyn Dodgers (1952) Cleveland Indians (1954) Brooklyn Dodgers (1956) St. Louis Cardinals (1956) Pittsburgh Pirates (1959-1961) Nelson made an appearance in the 1960 World Series, where he belted a two-run Home Run off pitcher Bob Turley in the first inning of the seventh game. Not as dramatic as teammate Bill Mazeroski’s Home Run in the same game to win the ...
Now that the MLB regular season is over for show, it's time for the big boys to step up where they play for dough. BillyBoy sees something magical with the Cleveland Indians. The reason. Nick Swisher. You see it's very rare to see a player who shows heart and soul and is an emotional spark plug like Swisher is. The Spankies made a huge mistake getting rid of a player with these qualities and instead holding on to a slug :). Wouldn't it be nice if the Spankies brass had to sit and watch the World Series and watch Swisher once again look to the heavens honoring is grandparents and being very thankful that the Spankies keep slugs and get rid of quality players. :):):)
Last night I went to the Cleveland Indians game with a good friend and experience a great comeback by the Indians. They never gave up. With 22,000 fans on hand they sure never wanted to disappoint us fans. So what if Chris Perez did not have it coming out of the bullpen in the 9th inning but Jason Giambi came through with one tremendous swing. Remember all the great comebacks! This will go down as one of the best. After Sunday we will play those Tampa Bay Rays and be on our way to the World Series in October. It has been a great season but also one to remember. Keep Terry Francona here as manager we could ask for any better. GO TRIBE!
Are you a baseball fan? Well, Kelly Thomas and Lius Butler are! They answered Friday's Baseball trivia question Correctly within seconds of eachother! The 1995 World Series baseball teams that were picketed by the American Indian Movement were The Cleveland Indians and the Atlanta Braves
Indians Rock Astros 9-2 for Another 4-Game Sweep . Michael Brantley and Michael Bourn had two RBIs apiece as the Cleveland Indians, clinging tightly to a wild-card spot, became the first team in 52 years to post six sweeps of a four-game series in a season with a 9-2 win Sunday over the Houston Astros. The Astros lost their season-high ninth straight. Brantley hit a two-out RBI single in the fourth inning off Erik Bedard (4-12) and Bourn tripled in a four-run sixth as the Indians maintained their slim lead over Texas in the AL wild-card scramble with one week left. Carlos Santana homered for Cleveland. According to STATS, the Indians are the first team since the 1961 New York Yankees to sweep six four-games series. The Yankees went on to win the World Series that season. Corey Kluber (10-5) dodged trouble throughout 5 1-3 innings and the Indians improved to 50-18 against teams with losing records. Chris Carter homered for the Astros, who fell to 51-105 and are two losses from matching the club record set ...
Question: If the Cleveland Indians make it to the World Series when will the P.C. crowd demand they change their name to the Cleveland "Native Americans"? Adrian L Thurstin your thoughts? Imagine the outrageous outrage at their logo!
For those non-sports people, I apologize in advance for this post... But it is time for my $0.02 on MLB, most importantly the Rays. I have been quietly rooting for the Rays to miss the post-season for the last few weeks (since the first west-coast trip). I'm pulling for Terry Francona and the Cleveland Indians. And I think they'll make the second Wild Card. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to see the Rays make the post-season and go far. I just don't see it happening. And, in my most humble opinion, it all falls on JoMa (Joe Maddon for those not in the know). I give JoMa credit. He has brought this team to a place I could not have ever imagined. I was at the Trop when the Rays clinched their first post-season berth in 2008 versus the Twins. I was there for Game 7 of the ALCS when the Rays beat the Red Sox for their first World Series berth, also in 2008. I am forever grateful for those experiences and JoMa was responsible for those events to take place (who remembers 9=8?)... Unfortunately, I think it's time ...
Lou Boudreau: Covering All the Bases is the personal history of one the most extraordinary men in baseball history. While leading the Cleveland Indians to a World Series victory in 1948, he invented the "Ted Williams shift", and became the only player/manager ever to win the American League MVP a...
June 21, 1788…As New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it, the U.S. Constitution went into effect.1939…The New York Yankees announced the retirement of Lou Gehrig, two days after his confirmed diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The disorder is characterized by rapidly progressive weakness, muscle atrophy, with most affected patients dying of respiratory compromise and pneumonia after two to three years. Gehrig died in 1941.1946…Bill Veeck purchased the Cleveland Indians for $2.2 million. He quickly put their games on the radio. The following year he hired Larry Doby as the first black player in the American League and moved the Indians' home games to Cleveland Municipal Stadium. In 1948, the Indians won their first pennant and World Series since 1920. 1948…At the University of Manchester in England, the world's first modern computer – almost 20 feet in length, weighing 1,000 pounds, using cathode-ray tubes, and able to store only 32 words – worked successfully for the f ...
June 7, 1973, 40 years ago: The Yankees purchase pitcher Sam McDowell from the San Francisco Giants. This would turn out to be a mistake. Like Herb Score, Sudden Sam was a fireballing lefthander who got his start with the Cleveland Indians. Unlike Herb, Sam was his own worst enemy, drinking himself out of All-Star berths. The previous season, 1972, was his last good year. He appeared in only 16 games for the Yankees, and threw his last Major League pitch at age 33. He finally went to rehab, went to college, paid off his debts, and in 1993 won a World Series ring -- as a psychologist and addiction counselor for the Toronto Blue Jays. He now runs a retirement community for former players, including himself, age 70.
Terry Francona returned to Fenway Park and found some more pleasant memories. A standing ovation. A video tribute to his time as manager of the Boston Red Sox. And, most importantly, a win for his Cleveland Indians. Drew Stubbs, Mark Reynolds and Michael Bourn combined for nine hits and eight RBIs and the Indians had 16 hits in their 12-3 win on Thursday night. "I tried to keep my emotions inside," said Francona, who led the Red Sox to two World Series Championships in eight years. "I didn't want to be the main focus. You want to let the players play." Props to you Terry.
I am looking forward to the Cleveland Indians opener against the Yankees with all our moves this year and sending Travis packing oh again Yankees thanks for making a fan so happy and maybe he can turn into Babe Ruth when he puts on the pinstripe uniform not I see a 228 average and a wasted of money he is laughing all the way to the bank and matter of fact Babe Ruth is laughing about today baseball, but anyway I think the Indians will have a better year and I am still wishing that someday I'll see the World Series no matter what I'll always be there and you can visit my brick paver in Heritage Park find Tris Speaker plague look down at the ground and it is a corner brick paver and it reads Maria Ortiz Tribe Fan so really I am there all year around thanks for the gift brother.
Something that just came to me... Baseball Hypocrisy at its best... Juan R you are going to love this one... Last year Cleveland Indians pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez was suspended for 5 games (1 start) for throwing a baseball at Colorado Rockies SS Troy Tulozitzki in a spring training game which was seen by maybe the 20 people in the crowd and the 5 people combined that watch Rockies and Indians Spring Training (exaggeration). Most people wouldn't even know this happened if it wasn't shown on Sportscenter... Roger Clemens threw a severed baseball bat with a spike on the end of it at Mike Piazza in the middle of a World Series game watched by millions of people and baseball did not discipline Clemens at all... So throwing a ball and hitting someone in the back, is more incredious than the star player throwing a spear at another star player during the marquee moment of the sport, and baseball loooked the other way... terrible job by baseball... If I were a player that ever received a suspension from the MLB offic ...
LOOK BACK.15 YEARS AGO...12/13 ...1997 News of the time..The son of the late Robert Kennedy, Michael Kennedy is killed in Aspen, Colorado after a skiing accident. Comedian Jerry Seinfield announced that the 1998 season will be the last of the "show about nothing." Sports...Cleveland Indians almost had that elusive victory in 1997 BUT...not to be...as the Marlins won out in the World Series four games to three...but as they say, "there's always next year"...and "there's always next year"... and "there's always...you get the picture... A 21 year old Tiger Woods wins golf's Master's Tournment. Ah yes, that was also the year Mike Tyson lost a title fight by being disqualified by biting off a piece of Evander Holyfield's ear. Movies and music... Best Movie went to "Titanic" and "As Good as it Gets" produced Best Actor and Best Actress Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt. Music we liked.. "Wanna-be" performed by Spice Girls, "I Believe I Can Fly" by R. Kelly, and "Candle in the Wind (for Princess Diana) by (Sir) El . ...
On This Day In Baseball History: 1887 - The National League meets and officially recognizes the Brotherhood by meeting with a committee of three players, Monte Ward, Ned Hanlon, and Dan Brouthers. 1892 - National League magnates conclude a four-day meeting in Chicago where they agree to shorten the 1893 schedule to 132 games and drop the double championship concept. They also pledge to continue to reduce player salaries and other team expenses. 1903 - Chicago Cubs shortstop Joe Tinker tells an interviewer that it is "impossible to fix" a Major League Baseball game. 1913 - Future Hall Of Famer Wilbert Robinson is named as the Brooklyn Dodgers' new manager in replacement of Bill Dahlen. The Dodgers will become known as the "Robins" in honor of their new skipper. Robinson will compile a 1375-1341 (.506) record during his 18-year tenure in Brooklyn, twice taking the team to the World Series. 1927 - A group led by Alva Bradley and John Sherwin buys the Cleveland Indians. 1933 - The Pittsburgh Pirates send Adam ...
I didn't know the Miami Marlins traded away Jose Reyes too... I kind of felt stupid for my comments yesterday but now in hindsight i don't. We'll be back... Here I'm supporting them, when they had another fire sale... Well, I'm still going to support them, my two greatest sports moment in my life is when Edgar Renteria hit it up the middle and Counsel scored to win the 1997 World Series over the Cleveland Indians and when Josh Beckett beat the New York Yankees @ Yankee Stadium to win the 2003 World Series, not to mention the Bartman ball, my only world series game I attended where I drank double rum & cokes watching Roger Clemens pitch vs. Marlins at Dolphins Stadium in the World Series, seeing Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGuire at Dolphins Satdaium, that game my parents and I attended in 1996 that lasted 17 innings against the Colorado Rockies and of course. I will still support my teams, the Dolphins, Heat, Panthers and Marlins, because this is where I'm from... I'm a Native.
1954 World Series Game 3,The 1954 World Series matched the National League champion New York Giants against the American League champion Cleveland Indians. The Giants swept the Series in four games to win their first championship since 1933, defeating the heavily favored Indians, who had won an AL-r...
Q: What do the Cleveland Indians and the Detroit Tigers have in common? A: They both got swept in four games in a World Series by the Giants. (Indians were swept by the Giants in 1954 - then the NY Giants - and the Tigers by the San Francisco Giants this year.)
The San Francisco Giants won the World Series, so what! The bums!!! Next year it will be the Los Angeles Dodgers vs my Cleveland Indians. :)
Congratulations to "Kung Fu Panda"Pablo Sandoval,Sergio Romo and the rest of the Giants for their World Series sweep.I saw the Giants sweep another World Series,but it was 58 years ago,and it shocked the Baseball world.The loser ol that series were the 111-43 Cleveland Indians,the best team I have EVER seen in 65 years of following Baseball.Their starting pitching rotation was comprised of Bob Feller,Early Wynn,Bob Lemon and Mike Garcia,3 of whom are in the Hall Of Fame.The team was star studded.The Giants barely won the pennant,they had Willie Mays and 24 unknowns,and the Indians were HEAVY favorites,but Baseball can fool anyone.When the dust settled,the Giants had swept the Series thanks to some amazing timely hitting from bench player Dusty Rhodes,and great pitching from Southpaw Johnny Antonelli.The Giants of 2012 were a lot like the 1954 crew.They were dirt dogs.Tough,hard nosed players who scrapped for everything they got.They had the pitching and defense,but lacked offense.Didnt matter.They may not ...
I might not be a San Francisco Giants fan, but mad Respect 4 them winning the World Series! (They better watch out 4 my Cleveland Indians though!).
San Francisco Giants have won more World Series in the last three years than they have since the Giants beat the Cleveland Indians in 1954 with Willie Mays. Too bad Barry Bonds missed out.
Giants sweep World Series. Same as they did in '54 when they rolled over the Cleveland Indians. I still remember Sal Maglio, Johnny Antonelli and the hot bat of Dusty Rhodes. Congrats to San Francisco.
17 years ago today, the Atlanta Braves won the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. Everything about that sentence is just wonderful.
From the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, I give you "Today's Date in History": 1995 - The Atlanta Braves win their first World Series since moving to Atlanta with a 1 - 0 shutout of Cleveland Indians in Game Six. Pitchers Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers combine on a one-hitter and David Justice hits a Home Run in the 6th inning for the only run. That is all.
I think the Detroit Tigers players were kidnapped and the Cleveland Indians stepped in to take their place in the World Series!!
Today is the birthday of Howard “Smoky Joe” Wood, born in 1889, he made his professional debut playing with the “Bloomer Girls,” they always had one male player. Smokey Joe then went on as a pitcher and outfielder for the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians. A World Series Champion in 1912, 1915 and 1920, he died at age 95
1948 World Series Game 1 Cleveland Indians vs Boston Braves,The 1948 World Series matched the Cleveland Indians against the Boston Braves. The Braves had won the National League pennant for the first time since the "Miracle Braves" team of 1914. The Indians spoiled a chance for the only all-Boston W...
October belongs to baseball and the World Series reigns supreme! My youthful love of a team of the late sixties and listening to Ernie Harwell every night and the big rivalries with the Orioles and Cardinals. That was the X-box fix of todays youth. Baseballs long history and the importance in our society has waned especially with me as my Cleveland Indians have stumbled year after year. I'm ready to bring the Tigers back into my heart and go all in with them and their pursuit of another championships. Let's go Tigers and 4 big Win's! Here are some Quotes and Comments about what Ernie Harwell was to BB. "Baseball is a lot like life. It's a day-to-day existence, full of ups and downs. You make the most of your opportunities in baseball as you do in life." "God blessed me by putting me here for thirty-one years at Michigan and Trumbull. I had (after being "released") the greatest job in the world—a job I loved to do. But most of all, I appreciate you fans. I appreciate your loyalty, your support and you ...
to give you an idea of how Bryce's mind works these days: ask him about literature and he's sort of vague, but say what I said today . . ."so, my new boss is a Cleveland Indians fan and . . ." Bryce breaks in with "they HATE the Giants because of the 1954 World Series and Willie Mays' incredible catch!" (which is more or less what the new boss had said) - some info just is too deep in the gray matter to be lost . . .
I've been a Tiger fan since I was in the 3rd grade, that's the year ( 1968 ) is when I went to my first Detroit Tiger game, they played the Cleveland Indians, Pitching on that date June 9, 1968 were for the Tigers Denny McLain and for the Indians Luis Tiant. Sad to say the Tigers lost on that day 4 - 0, but I had a real great time with my father. On that day it was free bat day. The bat I recieved was catcher Bill Freehan. Later that season the Tigers won the World Series over the St. Louis Cardinals 4 - 3.
Ron Darling & Tom Glavine, Ask the Cleveland Indians about the pre-Questec Strike Zone in the 1997 World Series! EVERYONE HATED IT!
I bet the Yankees are wishing they had scored one more off of Papa "TODD JONES revisited" Grande so Jeter did not get hurt. Our bullpen stinks! The Yankees are still dangerous and Raul Ibanez will win a game or two against the Tigers bullpen. He almost did it last night. I say let the starters go the distance. Put Porcello in the pen with Alburquerque. Let Alburquerque close it out. My prediction is Tigers win the ALCS in 7, lose to the Cardinals in the World Series. Hitting still inconsistent and we can't trust the bullpen to shut the other teams down. I am beginning to sound like a bitter Cleveland Indians fan! Other than that.GO TIGERS!!!
Terry Francona was ousted as Red Sox manager in part due to the weight of fans' expectations for another World Series title. Thus it makes sense Francona took the Cleveland Indians position. Guess the Cubs job wasn't available.
Considering changing affiliation to the Cleveland Indians! Terry Francona should never have been fired from the Red Sox (nor should Theo Epstein been let go). The Red Sox couldn't win a World Series in 86 years, but under Terry and Theo, they won 2 in 4 years.yeah, they must have been the problem, not the abortion of Bobby Valentine and the team that quit on him this year! Good Luck to John Henry, Tom Werner, Larry Lucchino with their in-fighting and terrible decisions. YOU ARE KILLING MY BELOVED SOX!
With three (3) games to go in the regular season; the Detroit Tigers (86-73) have a three-point-oh (3.0) game lead over the Chicago White Sox (83-76) and Detroits magic number is 1! Tomorrow the ChiSox start a 3-game road stand against the Cleveland Indians (67-92) while the Detroit Tigers are at the Kansas City Royals (71-88) and in a strange twist of irony, the ChiSox and Royals both have identical (36-42) at home records. BLESS YOU BOYS! People in the Detroit area will know from whom that catchphrase got started; but it was started during the 1984 season when Detroit started out winning their 1st Forty (40) games with a 35-5 start that kept them in 1st-place from beginning-to-finish and they won the World Series (4-1) over the San Diego Padres!
Santana's 2 HRs, 5 RBIs lead Indians over Royals Kansas City, Mo. (AP) — Carlos Santana hit two homers and drove in five runs as the Cleveland Indians routed Kansas City 15-4 Sunday in their highest-scoring game of the season. Santana connected for a two-run shot in the sixth inning off Jake Odorizzi, who lost in his Major League debut. Santana added his team-leading 18th homer, a three-run drive during a seven-run ninth. The loss officially eliminated the Royals from playoff contention and assured them of another losing record. Kansas City has not made the postseason since winning the 1985 World Series, the longest active playoff drought in the majors. David Huff (2-0) held the Royals to one run on three hits over 5 2-3 innings. Santana's first homer put the Indians ahead 3-1. Cleveland added five runs in the seventh and pulled away in the ninth. The Indians spoiled the day for Odorizzi (0-1), one of four players acquired in the 2010 trade for Zack Greinke. Odorizzi limited Cleveland to a pair of singl ...
Question for all knowledgeable baseball fans. Last night, the Baltimore Orioles won their 14th consecutive extra-inning game this season. When was the last time a team won that many extra-inning games in-a-row? I know that the Cleveland Indians won 13 consecutive in 1995, and they ended up making the World Series.
This is some thing to think about today! Witch team do you think will be champions first the Cleveland Browns win the Super Bowl or the Cleveland Indians the World Series? Boy would I like to see what the odds are on this in Vegas!!!
Miguel Cabrera just Hit a 3 Run Homer to put the Tigers ahead of Cleveland Indians 6-5! I hope Detroit can hang in there through the ninth! Looks like Chicago White Sox will win their game today. Detroit and Chicago play their makeup game tomorrow in Chicago! GO TIGERS! It would be FUN to see the Tigers in the World Series!
Went to meet Jim Mudcat Grant at the Akron Aeros games last night. Older Minnesota Twins fans will remember Mudcat for winning 1965 World Series games in 1965. But for me, Mudcat was the guy in the TV broadcast booth for the Cleveland Indians in the early 1970s. Good to see a long line of older fans who showed up to meet a fellow who pitched for the Indians from 1958-1964.
"The talent of *** League players quickly led to the best being signed to Major League teams. Mere months after Jackie Robinson’s Major League debut [in 1947], the shrewd businessman owner of the hapless Cleveland Indians, Bill Veeck, signed black player Larry Dobby. One year later, Satchel Paige at age 42 pitched in the 1948 World Series for the Indians, leading the team to win their second series. At the same time, it would be seven years until the Supreme Court mandated that public schools be integrated and the Armed Forced didn’t integrate until six years after World War II. This is a clear case where the markets drove to integration faster by voluntary action, while public agencies required federal force and would take decades to fully integrate." -Dan Carvajal
Clay Buchholz just turned our season around with a complete game victory, a 3-2 win over the Cleveland Indians. This is just what my Red Sox needed. After we win the 2012 World Series, we will look at this game as being the turning point of this great comeback season. Back on the bandwagon everyone.Love that dirty water, Tessie, ship me up to Boston, sweet Caroline...you get the idea...Believe...Go Red Sox !
Tonight on NBC -- my 1975 high school graduation, a Culture Club concert and highlights from the 1997 World Series between the Cleveland Indians and Florida Marlins...
All that I can say is this. After the Texas Rangers made that big trade for starting Pitcher Ryan Dempster and catcher Giovanni Soto, the Rangers are definitely set to win the World Series, let alone an ALCS matchup with the Cleveland Indians. Oh, yeah!!!
I want to wish my son Cory and the his Cleveland Indians RBI team Good Luck this weekend in the MLB RBI tournament. Lets win the East Regional and take it to the World Series. Go Indians.
According to the National Weather Service: "In 1920, a huge hailstorm bombarded parts of Antelope and Boone counties in Nebraska." My first thought? "And in 1920, my Cleveland Indians won the World Series!" Can you tell it's Monday?
So...in order to bolster their anemic offense, the Cleveland Indians have picked up Vinny Rottino, a 32-year old outfielder with a career batting average of .188 and two career Home Runs. When do I put in my order for World Series tickets?
For real in real life. A lot of things in sports I'm willing to let go of.The Cleveland Browns moving to Baltimore, the Cleveland Indians losing the World Series in '97, Shaq and Kobe splitting up, LeBron leaving Cleveland, potentially Miami Heat winning a title, Ohio State's postseason ban, and now Roger Clemens being found not guilty of perjury even though me you and well Earth all knows he did.but as God as my witness, I Lamar Jackson of sound, mind and body vow that if Jerry Sandusky is found not guilty of 51 counts of child sex abuse, that I will never watch, support or participate in another sporting event ever again in life... Signed, Lamar D. Jackson
So let me get this straight. Florida beats Ohio State in NCAA Football and Basketball Championships. Florida beats Cleveland Indians in the MLB World Series. Florida takes Lebron. KENT STATE beats Florida in the NCAA World Series? ha, yep im a flash! WE-ARE! KENT-STATE!
O.K So everyone is talking about Johan Santana's Perfect Game last night. Props to Johan not too many pitcher get to do that. But I am here once again to prove how great the Yankees are. Did you know the Yankees have a total of 6 Perfect Games ? Here's a little history lesson : 6 No-Hitters (Perfect Games) 1- Don Larsen - October 8, 1956 World Series Game 5 vs Los Angeles Dodgers 2- Dave Righetti’s - July 4, 1983 vs Boston RedSox. 3- Jim Abbott - September 4, 1993 vs Cleveland Indians "Mind you Jim was one of the best pitchers in Yankees history and he only had one hand." 4- Dwight Gooden - May 14, 1996 vs Seattle Mariners. 5- David Wells - May 17, 1998 vs Minnesota Twins 6- David Cone - July 18, 1999 vs Montreal Expos
When the White Sox win the World Series again the Cleveland Indians are gonna be the American League Central team that has to beat that. :)
Friday starts our Top Tier 15u season with a game a Trout Pak Elgin followed by a DH at NEIU Saturday and on Sundy a Standard Bank Stadium. Look forward to coaching this team as we should have som fun. let's get it going. Pla hard and see you all at the CABA World Series in Late July Bird and Tweedy Saw Delarosa and Dominick Dagata (UIC) vs Butler and Jim Reese my former players and part of out world Series champinship of 2005 in Florida Good Luck to all the seniors in college ball this year. Ya you too Morton (NWestern) and Bucifero ( Michigan State) Lorenze (Michigan) Jimmenez with Cleveland Indians MLB and Hunter MLB. What a run. Oh you you too Glasser (mcCallister)
Only 15 players in Major League Baseball history have ever turned an unassisted triple play (with one coming in the World Series, in 1920 by Cleveland Indians second baseman Bill Wambsganss), where they have unilaterally been responsible for recording all three outs of a half inning by themselves on...
Dave Maclutsky is the April winner. A $10 donation was made to the Jimmy Fund! The answer to yesterday's question was : Roger Maris played for the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Athletics and St. Louis Cardinals. Dave Maclutsky had two correct answers.May Standings.Dave Maclutsky has 2 points, Adam Frenier has one point. Today's Question: The Anaheim Angels defeated the San Francisco Giants in seven games in the 2002 World Series. Who was the winning pitcher in the seventh game?
Cops: Lowe's World Series ring stolen: Cleveland Indians pitcher Derek Lowe had his World Series ring and trophy...
We all know that the Cubs are going to win the 2015 World Series against Miami. This is possible because Rachel Phelps will relocate the Cleveland Indians to Miami and keep them in the American League.
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