The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia

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Sports Publishing LLC, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 600 pages
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Propelled into the World Series in 1995 for the first time since 1954, the Cleveland Indians proved to the world they are no run-of-the-mill team. This comprehensive volume covers all of the team lore and legend, the controversies, the triumphs, and the heartaches. It includes 200 player profiles, season-by-season descriptions of unforgettable moments and memories, 700+ illustrations, extensive statistics, the World Series championships, and an immense treasure of little-known facts. The second edition of The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia has been completely updated from its original release in 1996.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Down Through the Seasons 6
21
Player Profiles
119
All the Teams Men
269
The Strategists
305
The Front Office
341
The Ballparks
373
The Hall of Famers
385
The Postseason
435
The Golden Years
487
The Era of Champions
499
Off the Wall
505
Trades Acquisitions and Sales
539
Milestones Honors and Other Facts
571
Sources Photo Credits and Acknowledgments
628
About the Author
629

Great Moments
399

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About the author (2001)

Russell Schneider was a sportswriter and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer for thirty-two years. He is the author of The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia.

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