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Category: 05 - Cleveland Indians

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  • Indians History

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    The history of Chief Wahoo and the Stadiums that the Indians have called home over the years.

  • Indians World Series Program Covers

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    The Tribe has now appeared in "The Fall Classic" six times, 1920, 1948, 1954, 1995, 1997, and 2016. These are reproductions of each of the World Series Program Covers.

  • Cle All Star Game Programs

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    The Cleveland Indians hosted the MLB All Star Game in 1935, 1954, 1963, 1981 and 1997. 72,086 fans attended the 1981 ASG, 69,812 fans attended the 1935 ASG, and 68,751 fans attended the 1954 ASG, all played at Municipal Stadium. These are the 3 largest crowds in All Star Game history. These are reproductions of the ASG Programs from the games played in Cleveland.

  • Cy Young

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    The legendary Cy Young spent 2 tours with Cleveland, before the team was known as the Indians. Young was one of the stars of the game in the 1890's and early 1900's. His 511 career wins has never been approached.

  • Cleveland Naps 1904

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    Before the Cleveland Baseball team was known as the Indians it was known as the Naps. So named after star second baseman Napoleon "Nap" Lajoie

  • Napoleon "Nap" Lajoie

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    "Nap" Lajoie was the first superstar for the Cleveland franchise of the American League. The team was named the Naps after him from 1904-14.

  • Shoeless Joe Jackson

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    "Shoeless" Joe Jackson was one of the greatest hitters in Baseball history. Jackson hit .408 with the Cleveland Naps in 1911, a mark that still stands as the highest batting average ever for a Rookie. Unfortunately, Jackson was involved in the "1919 Black Sox Scandal" and was banned from Baseball.

  • Cleveland Naps 1910 Pano

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    The 1910 Cleveland Naps with Napoleon "Nap" Lajoie (11th player from the left, no sweater) and Cy Young (10th player from the right).

  • Addie Joss Benefit 1911

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    Early in the 1911 season Addie Joss, a star pitcher for the Naps (forerunner to the Indians), died from tubercular meningitis. The Cleveland players and players from around the American League got together at League Park on July 24, 1911 to play a game to benefit Joss' family.

  • 1916 Cleveland Indians Pano

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    The 1916 Cleveland Indians added Tris Speaker via a trade with Boston. This laid the foundation for the 1920 Indians team that would bring Cleveland their first World Series win. This panoramic print is available in several size ranging from 17 inches wide to 36 inches wide.

  • Tris Speaker

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    The legendary "Gray Eagle" Tris Speaker was the Player/Manager for the 1920 World Champions, The Cleveland Indians. Speaker's 792 Doubles are still the most in MLB History.

  • 1920 Indians World Champions

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    The 1920 World Champions, The Cleveland Indians.

  • 1920 World Series Triple Play

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    In Game 5 of the 1920 World Series Bill "Wamby" Wambsganss recorded the first, and still the only, unassisted Triple Play in World Series history. This is "Wamby" and the 3 Brooklyn players he tagged out.

  • Mel Harder

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    "The Chief" Mel Harder was a star pitcher for the Tribe for 20 years. Harder faced the Philadelphia A's and "Lefty" Grove, and lost 1-0, in the first game ever played at Cleveland Municipal Stadium on July 3, 1932. After retiring in 1947 Harder served as pitching coach through the 1963 season.

  • Bob Feller

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    "Rapid Robert" Bob Feller, the Greatest Indian of them all !! "Rapid Robert threw an Opening Day No-Hitter vs Chicago on April 16, 1940. It remains the only Opening Day No-Hitter in Major League History. Feller's list of accomplishments is to long to list. Bob Feller was elected to the Hall Of Fame in 1962.

  • Lou Boudreau

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    Lou Boudreau was the Indians' Player/Manager and the American League MVP in 1948 when he led the Tribe to a World Series victory. Boudreau was elected to the HOF in 1970.

  • Larry Doby

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    On July 5 1947 Larry Doby became the first African American to play in the American League and the second to play in MLB. Doby was an integral part of the 1948 World Champion Indians team and of the 1954 American League Championship team. Doby was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1998. Doby's number 14 was retired by the Tribe in 1994.

  • Satchel Paige

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    The legendary Leroy "Satchel" Paige joined the Tribe in the middle of the 1948 season. Paige helped the Tribe win the '48 World Series even though he was far past his prime at the age of 42.

  • Satchel Paige Trio

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    The legendary Leroy "Satchel" Paige joined the Tribe in the middle of the 1948 season. Paige helped the Tribe win the World Series even though he was far past his prime at the age of 42.

  • Jack Graney and Jimmy Dudley

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    Jimmy Dudley and Jack Graney were the Indians radio broadcast team in the late 1940's and early 1950's including the World Series Championship year of 1948. Jack Graney played for the Cleveland Naps/Indians from 1908-1922. Graney was a member of the Indians 1920 World Championship Team.

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