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1954 Indians: An early win by Early Wynn

After four straight 90 win seasons and three consecutive second place finishes, the Indians were desperate to find a way to overcome the Yankee juggernaut.

1954 Cleveland Indians: Offense by the splits

Last week we perused how the hitters by position fared against the league, this week we examine their splits.

Salazar and other elite, young K artists

A look at Danny Salazar and the other 23-year-old pitchers in baseball history who struck batters out at the highest rate, a group that includes Stephen Strasburg, Sam McDowell, Sandy Koufax, Clayton Kershaw.

Axford converts his first

John Axford successfully converted his first save opportunity with the Indians, something not all of his predecessors were able to do.

A Look Back at the 1954 Indians: The hitters

In February we looked at pitching staff. We now will shift our focus to the bats. First off is a position by position breakdown compared to the rest of the league.

My favorite Opening Day

A look back at one of the best Opening Day games in Cleveland Indians history, featuring Bartolo Colon doing something that had never been done on Opening Day before.

Indians Opening Day history and record holders

A look back at Opening Day history and records for the Cleveland Indians, including the team's overall mark, and single-season and career leaders for pitchers and hitters.

LGT's Top 100 Indians: Full Series Index

A synopsis of the full list of players that made it into the Top 100 list.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #1 Bob Feller

Our countdown ends with the incomparable Bob Feller.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #2 Tris Speaker

One of the most forgotten stars of the early twentieth century, Tris Speaker was likely the greatest center fielder the game has ever known.

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Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #3 Nap Lajoie

Next up in Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the 100 greatest players in franchise history is Nap Lajoie, for whom the team was named during its early years.

'A Tribe Reborn' - New book examines 1990s Indians

'A Tribe Reborn,' a new book by George Christian Pappas examines how the Cleveland Indians turned around decades of disappointment and built one of the best teams in baseball during the 1990s.

Top 100 Indians: #4 Lou Boudreau

Lou Boudreau played and managed the Indians to the 1948 World Series, a fitting culmination to a Hall of Fame career.

Indians by the (uniform) numbers: 51 to 99

A brief review of who has what number and where it ranks all-time.

Indians by the (uniform) numbers: 26 to 50

A brief review of who has what number and where it ranks all-time.

Indians by the (uniform) numbers: 0 to 25

A brief review of who has what number and where it ranks all-time.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #5 Larry Doby

Next on the list is a player who had many trials and tribulations as a player but got a lot less recognition than he should have, Larry Doby.

The biggest February transactions in Tribe history

Before we finish the month of February, I wanted to take a moment and see if any pre-Spring Training deals were of importance.

A Look Back at the 1954 Relievers

Yesterday we looked at how the starting pitching from 1954 was one of the most dominant ever. But on occasion (very few of them in fact) a reliever was needed. This is a look at the how the relievers performed that season.

Top 100 Indians: #6 Addie Joss

Next on our countdown of the Top 100 Indians is a pitcher who was fascinating both on the field and off it.

A Look Back at the 1954 Starting Rotation

Last month we looked at how the 1954 roster was constructed. This month, we will review how that pitching staff fared for that dominating squad. We will first look at the starters that season.

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #7 Jim Thome

Next up in Let's Go Tribe's countdown of the greatest Indians ever is Jim Thome, the greatest home run hitter and in franchise history, and the team's best player of the last 60 years.

Murphy, Raburn, and the outfield platoon

David Murphy and Ryan Raburn will likely share right-field responsibilities for the Cleveland Indians in 2014, an arrangement the

House of horrors: Tribe left fielders of the 2000s

Left field has been a rough spot for the Indians for most of the 2000s. Newly extended Michael Brantley has been shown himself to be consistently a bit above average, making

Top 100 Cleveland Indians: #8 Bob Lemon

Originally an infielder by trade, World War II would help Bob Lemon become one of the Big Four, one of the best rotations in MLB history, and the Hall of Fame.

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