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  • 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.

  • Al Rosen

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    Al Rosen won the 1953 American League MVP Award and missed winning the Triple Crown by just .001 in Batting Average. Rosen was a key player on the 1954 Indians record setting American League Championship team.

  • Albert Belle

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    Albert Belle was the most feared slugger in a Tribe lineup of sluggers in the mid 1990's. In a 144 game 1995 season Belle became the first player in MLB history to have at least 50 homers and 50 doubles in the same season.

  • Andre Thornton

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    Andre "Thunder" Thornton played 11 seasons with the Tribe 1977-87. Thornton was a two time All Star and hit 30 plus Home Runs three times for the Tribe.

  • Buddy Bell

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    Buddy Bell was among the most popular players to wear a Tribe uniform in the 1970's.

  • C. C. Sabathia

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    C. C. Sabathia won the 2007 Cy Young Award.

  • Carlos Baerga

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    Carlos Baerga was the energy, the spark plug, of the 1995 Indians team that went to the World Series.

  • 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.

  • Cleveland Jacobs Field 1994

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    An aerial view of Jacobs Field and Cleveland in 1994.

  • 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

  • Corey Kluber

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    In 2014 Corey Kluber won the American League Cy Young Award by going 18-9 with a 2.44 ERA and 269 strikeouts.

  • Francisco Lindor

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    Even though Francisco Lindor was a much hyped player when he arrived from the Minors he more than lived up to the expectations and hype. After being called up in June Lindor batted .313 with 12 Home Runs and 51 RBI while showing the defensive ability to be a Gold Glove winner in the near future. Lindor finished second in the A. L. Rookie of the Year voting.

  • Frank Robinson

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    In October of 1974 Frank Robinson was named the Manager for the 1975 Indians thus becoming the first African American Manager in MLB History. Robinson stepped to the plate on Opening Day 1975 and homered in his first at bat as Player/Manager for the Tribe.

  • Gaylord Perry

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    "Gaylord The Great" Perry came to the Tribe from, the Giants, in a trade before the 1972 season. Perry won the 1972 A. L. Cy Young Award with a 24-16 record, a 1.92 ERA, 342 innings pitched and 29 complete games. Perry won 19 games in 1973 and 21 games in 1974 for the Tribe.

  • Grady Sizemore

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    Grady Sizemore arrived in the majors in 2005 and quickly became one of the best players in the American League. Over the next 4 years Sizemore won 2 Gold Gloves, a Silver Slugger Award, became a 30/30 man and was a 3 time All Star.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Jacobs Field 1994 Pano

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    Jacobs Field opened for the 1994 Indians season. By the middle of the 1995 season "The Jake" was sold out every night. The streak of consecutive sellouts reached 455 before finally ending after Opening Day 2001.

  • Jacobs Field Duo

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    Jacobs Field opened for the 1994 Indians season. By the middle of the 1995 season "The Jake" was sold out every night. The streak of consecutive sellouts reached 455 before finally ending after Opening Day 2001.

  • Jacobs Field Trio

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    Jacobs Field opened for the 1994 Indians season. In 1995 the Tribe reached the Post Season for the first time in 41 years. The Tribe also made Post Season play in each of the next four years.

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