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Former Cleveland Indians All-Star Minnie Minoso passes away in Chicago

Let's Go Tribe
Born in Havana, Minoso came to the United States in 1945 and played in the Negro Leagues for three seasons before Bill Veeck purchased his contract and brought him to Cleveland. He appeared in 9 games for the Indians at the start of 1949, but then ...



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1948 World Series Winner Cleveland Indians News

Cleveland Indians catchers Yan Gomes, Roberto Perez take batting practice ...

cleveland.com
Yan Gomes, Roberto Perez take batting practice Yan Gomes and Roberto Perez give the Indians a strong one-two punch at catcher. Gomes won a Silver Slugger award last season and Perez came up from Class AAA Columbus and quickly established ...

1948 World Series Winner Cleveland Indians News

Terry's Talkin' about Cleveland Indians, Gavin Floyd and Nick Swisher -- Terry ...

cleveland.com (blog)
I asked Gavin Floyd why he signed with the Indians. Despite missing most of the last two seasons with elbow injuries (and two surgeries), he was in demand. He said a "few other teams" were very interested. It's believed Texas was extremely serious ...




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Cleveland Indians lefty Kyle Crockett doing just fine in bullpen: Hey, Hoynsie!

cleveland.com
First, he'd have to be playing and hitting well at Class AAA Columbus. Secondly, there would have to be an opening in Cleveland, which means a lot of guys would have to be traded or injured. Aguilar, 24, has two minor-league options left so there's no ...

Boston Braves News

1948 World Series Loser Boston Braves News

Winning isn't lost on former Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy

Boston Globe (subscription)
“In Boston, we just couldn't find that same team concept and team chemistry like we had the year before. If we'd have gotten a couple .... The Braves had hoped changing from B.J. to Melvin (his birth name) Upton would change his luck. Not so fast. The ...

1948 World Series Loser Boston Braves News

TK Greer: Braves' Thomas takes unconventional path to big leagues

Anniston Star
The 6-foot-4 lanky lefthander from Norfolk, Va., went undrafted out of Virginia Commonwealth in 2009 and toiled in the Northern and Atlantic Leagues before signing a minor league deal with the Braves in spring 2012. He was a non-roster invitee to ...

1948 World Series Loser Boston Braves News

Mixed scorecard for ballpark economics

The Providence Journal
Led by Boston Red Sox president and chief executive officer Larry Lucchino and Providence lawyer James J. Skeffington, the group envisions a 10,000-seat ballpark, replete with corporate suites, gathering spots for fans, expanded team facilities and all ...

1948 World Series Loser Boston Braves News

An All Chicago World Series? It's Already Happened

ChicagoNow (blog)
Enough to beat the New York Giants by 20 games and the last place Boston Braves by a whopping 66 and a half. With Frank Chance at the helm the Cubbies led the N.L. in just about every category. Runs scored (705), fewest runs allowed (381), batting ...

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