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Jack Graney's daughter, Margot Mudd, passes away at age 98 Margot Mudd, the daughter of Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee and Cleveland Indians baseball legend, Jack Graney, passed away on Friday in Plantation, Fla., at the age of 98. Her daughter, Perry Smith, shared this morning that her mother had died at her home after battling influenza.

Cleveland Indians: The franchise all-time bracket The Cleveland Indians have the longest World Series drought of any non-expansion franchise. The last Indians team to win a World Series was in 1948, more than 70 years ago. In fact, there have been only two Indians World Champions, the other coming through in 1920.

Extra inning games to be decided by Home Run Derby? Morning news and notes for Saturday, April 4, 2020.

Cleveland Indians know the meaning of painful streaks The Cleveland Indians' history with the World Series is well known. With the Cubs having ended their own 108 year old curse in 2016, the Indians became the franchise that had gone the longest since winning the World Series, with that last triumph occurring back in 1948.

Baseball Question of the Day: Which historical game would you want to see? Super-agent Rich Paul's Klutch Sports has bought Tidal Sports Group, an agency run by Brodie Scoffield. Tidal's clients include Alex Bregman, Marcus Stroman, Keston Hiura, and Mariners top prospect Jarred Kelenic. Tidal will become Klutch's baseball operation, according to Ken Rosenthal.

The 25 best offensive seasons in Cleveland Indians history When aiming to identify the golden standard for offensive seasons in Indians history, look no further than Jamie Quirk's flawless 1984 performance. Granted, he only recorded one plate appearance. He hit a home run. That's good for a 1.000 batting average, a 1.000 on-base percentage and a 4.000 slugging percentage.

Obituary: Ed Farmer RIP to Ed Farmer, who had a long career as a MLB career and an even longer career as a radio broadcaster for the White Sox. He died on Wednesday night, April 1, from complications of a previous illness. He was 70 years old.

Former Indians Have Ties to NCAA's March Madness Global pandemic busted brackets this year as the entire NCAA college basketball tournament was cancelled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus across the globe.

Tom Hamilton is a Cleveland treasure From Waterloo to the World Series - Waterloo / Marshall Courier - hngnews.com - Tom Hamilton still can't believe how lucky he's been to do the job he has loved for all these years. No.

Cleveland Indians: 3 players the team gave up on too soon So with that, let's look at three players the team gave up on too soon. It\u2019s almost kinda aggravating that this was even allowed to happen. I need to be honest though, I wanted him gone. Geeze, he was frustrating to watch.

Let's Go Read : The Wax Pack But those impressions reveal a thin sliver of the character behind the individuals and, as Brad Balukjian details impressively in the pages of The Wax Pack, there is much more humanity to the guys we think we know. Immediately into the cross-country roadtrip, the story evolves and themes emerge that will carry over from player to player.

Cleveland Indians: 5 most foolish trades in team history Sabathia and Cliff Lee were awful, but done out of necessity. Neither would've been an Indians the following the season as free agency approached. The Indians did what they could to recoup talent in those deals.

Franmil Reyes Adds Major Home Run Power To The Cleveland Indians Lineup The Cleveland Indians needed a power hitter for the middle of the lineup. They have found their man in Franmil Reyes.

FanGraphs needs help Obviously there are bigger things going on in the world, but that doesn't mean we have to completely abandon the arts to disappear into the sinkhole of 2020. Many places are struggling with self-isolation in full swing and no sports on the horizon. One such place is FanGraphs, arguably one of the best websites on the internet.

Remember when Trot Nixon played for the Cleveland Indians? I'm not saying you forgot Trot Nixon played for the Cleveland Indians. But I am suggesting that a lot of the reason you remember him with the Indians is that his one year with the team happened to feature a run to the 2007 ALCS.

Cleveland Indians: Albert Belle's proposed format for 2020 season Former Cleveland Indians outfielder Albert Belle misses baseball just like the rest of us. He has a few thoughts on how MLB can salvage the 2020 season. Pa…

Cleveland Indians 'Hot Dog Derby' limited edition bobbleheads unveiled MILWAUKEE — This National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled officially licensed, limited edition bobbleheads featuring the three members of the Cleveland Indians' popular Sugardale Hot Dog Derby — Ketchup, Mustard and Onion.

Cleveland Indians leading AL Central in simulated season Four games into a simulated season being run by Baseball Reference via Out of the Park Baseball, the Cleveland Indians are tied for the AL Central lead with a 3-1 record. The team with which they share the tie is not the Minnesota Twins or Chicago White Sox, but the Kansas City Royals.

Cleveland Indians: The trade that brought Larry Doby home A cornerstone player from the Cleveland Indians' World Series winning team was brought back to the club 10 years later on this day in Tribe history. Larry…

Cleveland Indians: 8 failed cornerstone players since the Shapiro Era The Cleveland Indians sometimes have to look beyond the normal scope in order to find franchise cornerstone type players due to budgetary restraints. As a…

Jackie Price: Baseball's Sad Clown With baseball and much of the world in a holding practice and experimenting poorly in many circumstances with social distancing, we at Did The Tribe Win Last Night will dig through the archives each Tuesday and Friday to find some of our best and favorite pieces since 2011 to share with you.

Mike Clevinger to join charity celebrity beer pong tournament Mike Clevinger, Trevor Bauer others to join beer-pong charity tournament - cleveland.com: A beer-pong charity tournament is set to support coronavirus-relief efforts. Several athletes with ties to Cleveland are part of the field.

Cleveland Indians: Counting down top 10 wins since 2016 With no baseball being played at the moment, we don't need anymore reasons to feel downtrodden, so for the purposes of this countdown, Game 7 does not qualify. Instead, we're going to count down the 10 most exciting games the Indians have won since 2016.

PHOTOS: With baseball on hold, here's a flashback to Tigers opening day 1985 The Kansas City Royals were to have faced the Tigers beginning at 1:10 p.m., but COVID-19 has indefinitely delayed the start of the MLB season. So we went into our archives and retrieved photos from opening day 1985, the year after the Tigers won the World Series over the San Diego Padres.

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