The Top 20 Moments in Jacobs Field History: Albert Belle Takes Lee Smith Deep

The 2014 season will mark 20 years of baseball at Progressive (ie Jacobs) Field. It’s been a relatively short history (although with the stadium building boom in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Progressive Field is the 13th oldest facility in the ... Read More
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Today in Tribe History: March 8, 2001

In a press release, the Baltimore Orioles announce Albert Belle, “has been found to be totally disabled and unable to perform as a Major League baseball player,” due to a degenerative right hip. The Orioles will place the 34-year-old outfielder on the 60-day disabled list thus beginning the process which conforms to the procedure set forth by MLB in the case of a totally disabling...
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Indians give away Albert Belle bobblehead

Albert Belle was honored on Saturday as the Cleveland Indians gave away a bobblehead of the slugger. It is not just any bobblehead as it is one that features Belle pointing to his bicep. Belle was a powerful slugger during his time in Cleveland but he was also a PR nightmare. A year after Belle had been caught using a corked bat the Indians met the Red Sox in the 1995 ALDS. After...
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Indians give away Albert Belle bobblehead

From ill-fitting t-shirts to cheap hats, MLB teams sometimes crap the bed when it comes to the freebies. The Cleveland I…
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Cleveland Indians to give out an Albert Belle bobblehead, and it is awesome

Albert Belle, an imposing and intimidating figure both at the plate and off the field, played twelve seasons in the big leagues, but the eight seasons he spent as a member of the Cleveland Indians made him a huge, yet controversial, star. In 1995, Belle belted out 50 home runs, tops in the American League. Over his major league career, Belle was a five-time all-star, won the Sliver...
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Albert Belle’s Flexed Biceps to Return to Cleveland

Albert Belle‘s flexed biceps will return to Cleveland this summer as the Indians have decided to honor him with his own bobblehead night on June 1 against Tampa Bay. In 1995 Albert Belle batted .317 and led the American League with 50 home runs, 52 doubles, 121 RBI and 377 total bases.   Even though … Continue reading »
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Belle wants to manage Indians

Former Indians slugger Albert Belle says he wants to manage the team and that he's sitting around waiting for them to call.

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Albert Belle Asked for Managerial Interview

In Paul Hoynes’ PD notebook last night, he shared what might be the most outrageous story in the Indians manager vacancy news cycle: One more candidate: Former Tribe slugger Albert Belle said he threw his hat into the ring with an email to President Mark Shapiro asking for an managerial interview. “I’m just like Robin Ventura and Mike Matheny were last year,” said Belle...
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Albert Belle watches Indians as guest of team

Former Indians slugger Albert Belle has returned to where he had his finest moments as a player. Belle, who hit 50 homers for Cleveland in 1995, attended Friday night's game against Minnesota at Progressive Field as a guest of the Indians. It was his first visit to the ballpark since retiring in 2000. Belle spent eight seasons with the Indians and was known for his power and...
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June 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Albert Belle looking heavy in retirement

It was 1990s reunion today at the Cleveland Indians spring training camp in Arizona. Kenny Lofton, Carlos Baerga & Sandy Alomar got together to chat about whatever old Indians chat about at Spring Training. The big news: Albert Belle is a Chipotle burrito away from bursting at the seams. It’s not that the guy was ever a picture of health, but old boy hasn’t been hitting...
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