Bobby Avila

Cleveland Indians General Manager and Hall of Fame outfielder…

Jim Britt

Jim Britt was the radio and television voice of both the Boston…

Bob Chakales

Major-league right-hander Bob Chakales was one of five sons born…

Cleveland Stadium

I am gone and forgotten. People who sat in my seats rarely recall…

Ken Coleman

Soon after the 1967 World Series ended, Fleetwood Recording Co.…

Tony Cuccinello

A diminutive Italian from Astoria, New York, on Long Island,…

Sam Dente

It’s ironic that a player who’s best remembered for the slogan…

Larry Doby

Larry Doby is best remembered for becoming the first black player…

Jimmy Dudley

In a 1984 interview, former Cleveland Indians broadcaster Jimmy…

Jim Dyck

Jim Dyck’s major-league career was relatively short and undistinguished.…

Luke Easter

"I've seen a lot of powerful hitters in my time but for sheer…

Bob Feller

Bob Feller was a 35-year-old veteran of 15 major-league seasons…

Mike Garcia

The Cleveland Indians boasted one of the strongest corps of starting…

Joe Ginsberg

In Detroit’s Briggs Stadium on April 17, 1951, Opening Day,…

Bill Glynn

Even the Detroit Tigers faithful were cheering Cleveland first…

Mickey Grasso

Of the eight major leaguers[fn]Gary Bedingfield, Behind the Wire:…

Hank Greenberg

Any list of the greatest sluggers ever to wear a Detroit Tigers…

Mel Harder

When Mel Harder guided 13 Indian arms through an astonishing…

Jim Hegan

The Cleveland Indians of the early 1950s, including the 1954…

Bob Hooper

It was the kind of trade that barely got noticed. A few lines…

Dave Hoskins

When Dave Hoskins of the visiting Dallas Eagles warmed up before…

Art Houtteman

Pitcher Art Houtteman was known as "Hard Luck" Houtteman -- and…

Bob Kennedy

Bob Kennedy, whose 16 major-league seasons included one inning…

Red Kress

On July 27, 1955, the players and staff of the Cleveland Indians…