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Now that we've reached 9,000 wins in Indians history, noting the memorable ones

The Indians are one win away from the 9,000th victory in club history after Thursday night’s win over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field. 404 more words

3 Thing You Didn't Know About Hall Of Fame Outfielder #3 Earl Averill

Howard “Earl” Averill was one of the greatest Indians players of all time. His #3 was retired by the team in 1975 – the same year he entered the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. 261 more words


The Class of 1975

Earl Averill
Bucky Harris
Billy Herman
Judy Johnson
Ralph Kiner


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The Earl of Snohomish x2

Photo from the Boston Public library

I believe this photograph was taken in 1947, and features the then rookie sensation from Snohomish HS, Earl Torgeson… 421 more words


Kipnis' June ranks among best in franchise history; still time to vote for ASG

Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis was one of the most productive offensive players in the Majors in June, and there’s still time to vote for Kipnis and his Indians teammates for the 2013 All-Star Game… 196 more words

Making The Game Look Easy

Coming to the plate for your 1st at bat in the Majors must be a mixture of nervousness, excitement, bewilderment, and a bucketful of awesomeness. So striking out in that at bat is not uncommon, nor is it a sign of things to come. 434 more words

Baseball History

A Dozen Things You Should Know About Buddy Myer

1. He was born Charles Solomon Myer in Mississippi in 1904. His father was Jewish, his mother Christian, which must have made for some interesting times in turn of the 20th Century Mississippi. 381 more words