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INDIANS TIMELINE
1900-1925 | 1926-1950 | 1951-1975 | 1976-1999 | 2000-Present
Timeline
 
In 1948 Gene Bearden, the rookie knuckleballer, pitches the Indians into the World Series as he defeats the Red Sox in a one-game playoff. Lou Boudreau assists the victory with 2 HR.
1932  - The first game at the new Stadium in 1932 was one of Cleveland's great sporting events with a reported total attendance of 80,184. Initially, Municipal Stadium split time with League Park as home to the Indians, but took over full duties in the 1947 season. 1993 is its final season.
1940  - Bob Feller's Opening Day no-hitter on April 16, 1940 at Comiskey Park was the first of three no-hitters he pitched for the Indians. No one has ever opened the season with a no-no.
1948  -

In the pivotal Game 4 of the 1948 World Series, Larry Doby's home run makes the difference in a 2-1 Tribe victory. Steve Gromek goes the distance, shutting the Braves offense down to a single run. The Indians take a 3-1 Series lead and take home the crown 2 games later.

1900-1925 | 1926-1950 | 1951-1975 | 1976-1999 | 2000-Present