Tribe Dynasty Began with Joe Carter Deal

It could be argued that the Indians dynasty of the 1990s actually began Dec. 6, 1989. That day, the Indians finalized a deal with the San Diego Padres, dealing them Joe Carter for Sandy Alomar Jr., Carlos Baerga and Chris ... Read More
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Long Term Yanimal

The Indians know the value of a great catcher and they have had their fare share over the past few decades. Starting with Sandy Alomar in the 1990′s, the Indians have had Victor Martinez and Carlos Santana continuing the offensive strength at the historically weak position. Last season, Yan Gomes took over and, although it was only for half a season, gave the better defensive performance...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe to celebrate 20th anniversary of then-Jacobs Field at home opener

Mike Hargrove will throw out the first pitch to Sandy Alomar Jr. as part of next Friday's festivities for the Indians home opener at Progressive Field against the Minnesota Twins. The Tribe's 21st home opener at the corner of Ontario and Carnegie will take place 20 years to the day of the first regular-season game at the ballpark, which was known then as Jacobs Field. Hargrove...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Tribe to celebrate 20th anniversary of then-Jacobs Field at home opener

Mike Hargrove will throw out the first pitch to Sandy Alomar Jr. as part of next Friday's festivities for the Indians home opener at Progressive Field against the Minnesota Twins.
18 days ago  |  Discuss

The Greatest Summer Ever: Sandy Alomar, Jr.

For the next 26 days, DTTWLN  will profile and break down the roster of arguably the most exciting sports team that Cleveland has ever seen; the 1995 Cleveland Indians. The ’95 Tribe won 100 games in a strike-shortened 144 game schedule, won their first Central Division title and made the playoffs and World Series for the first time since 1954.  Six players made the American...
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March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

IBI Power Poll: The greatest Indians player from the 90's?

The Cleveland Indians of the 1990’s are synonymous with greatness for the current crop of fans here on the North Coast. While the Indians of the 40’s and 50’s are legendary in Tribe history, that 90’s team remains fresh in our minds for their run to six AL Central Division crowns in seven years (from 1995-2001), two World Series appearances (1995, 1997) and for their prodigious...
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February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

The Future of Sandy Alomar, Jr.

Sandy Alomar is in an interesting position this year as one of the top eligible rookie managerial candidates. He has been an Indians coach since retiring after 2007, working all the way up to bench coach for the past two seasons. He was even named interim manager for the final six games of 2012 after Manny Acta was fired. When he interviewed, but didn't win the the Indians managerial...
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October 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Cubs managerial rumors: Joe Girardi, Manny Acta, Rick Renteria, Sandy Alomar, Jr.

It is no secret now that the Chicago Cubs are in pursuit of Joe Girardi as the next Cubs manager. In fact, we reported yesterday that Cubs president Theo Epstein is prepared to top the current offer that the New York Yankees have made to Girardi.'s Yankees beat writer Bryan Hoch says that offer is for three years and $12-$15 million. Girardi's contract expires...
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October 08, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB News: Indians re-align three coaching positions

The Indians season ended last Wednesday with a 4-0 whimper in the AL Wild Card game against Tampa Bay. Five days later, we have our first piece of Cleveland baseball news of the offseason, according to multiple media reports. Three members of manager Terry Francona’s coaching staff will see their responsibilities change for the 2014 season. Overall, all six of Francona’s coaches...
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October 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Pick A Team For The 2013 MLB Playoffs

With baseball, everything feels so long ago. As a kid, I listened on my clock radio to the playoff games — sometimes falling asleep before the seventh-inning stretch. The call of Sandy Alomar Jr.’s home run off Mariano Rivera still plays in an archive within my head. As critical as I am of baseball, it’s […]The post Pick A Team For The 2013 MLB Playoffs appeared first on...
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October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Your All-Time Indians All-Stars

After a week of voting, we have our results for your All-Indians, All-Time, All-Star team. It was no surprise that the 90's Indians were shown a lot of love in this poll. Though some older players were able to garner enough of a vote to earn their place on our Tribe All Star team. Thanks for voting! First Base:Jim Thome - 75Vic Power - 8Hal Trotsky -8Andre Thornton - 7Luke Easter...
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July 17, 2013  |  Discuss

All-Time Indians: Robbie Alomar

  Name: Roberto Velazquez Alomar   Position: Second Base                         Number...
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February 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Alomar Jr and Lofton miss Hall of Fame, and for good

The BWAA announced the 2013 Baseball Hall of Fame class on Wednesday, and for just the eighth time in the history of the voting and first time since 1996 no one was voted into Cooperstown. Former Indians fan favorites Sandy Alomar Jr. and Kenny Lofton were on the ballot for the first time, and the news was fatal for both.
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January 09, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB News: No players elected to HOF; Kenny Lofton and Sandy Alomar off ballot

If you were reading and paying much attention to the buzz surrounding this year’s HOF voting, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the BBWAA didn’t elect anyone to the hall this year. Barry Bonds, Mark McGuire, Roger Clemens, Sammy Sosa and those associated with the steroid era were denied. The closet was Craig Biggio, who fell 39 votes shy of the 75 percent required...
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January 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Cooperstown Choices: Sandy Alomar

With the Hall Of Fame election announcement coming on January 9, 2013, it is time to review the ballot, go over the names, and decide who belongs in the Hall Of Fame. There are twenty four men on the ballot for the first time this year and we will take a look at each one individually prior to official announcements. You can find all of the profiles in the I-70 Baseball Exclusives...
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January 08, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB News: Lofton, Alomar Jr, Mesa and Franco make 2013 HOF ballot

In what is another sign of the Indians’ heyday of the mid-90s being a distant memory, several members of the teams to make it to the 1995 and 1997 World Series have been named to the latest release of the MLB Hall of Fame ballot. Kenny Lofton, Sandy Alomar Jr., Julio Franco and Jose Mesa appear on Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. #indianselite. — paul hoynes (@hoynsie...
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November 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Sources: Jays want seasoned skipper

Only three times in their 36-year history have the Toronto Blue Jays hired managers with previous major-league experience. That may be about to change. The Blue Jays are leaning toward hiring a manager who already has done the job, according to major-league sources. Several of their reported candidates - notably, Cleveland Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. - remain secondary...
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November 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Alomar staying with Indians - for now

Sandy Alomar Jr. will become a major league manager someday. For now, he is staying with the Cleveland Indians. Alomar, the bench coach who served as the club's interim manager for six games after Manny Acta was fired in September, will return next season as new manager Terry Francona's bench coach. Toronto, Colorado and Miami all have managerial vacancies but Alomar isn...
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October 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Francona finalizes Indians coaching staff

New Indians manager Terry Francona is keeping Sandy Alomar as his bench coach. Francona was chosen over Alomar to replace Manny Acta as Cleveland's manager after the Indians . Alomar spent last season as the Indians bench coach before being named interim manager for the final six games after Acta was fired. Alomar could be a candidate for other managerial openings, but for now...
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October 31, 2012  |  Discuss

2013 Coaching Staff

The Cleveland Indians announced their coaching staff for the 2013 season today and there are a lot of new faces. Starting with the returning coaches; Sandy Alomar, Jr. will remain with the team as bench coach. He was interviewed for the manager position but beaten out by Terry Francona. He is the only coach returning in his position from 2011 and has been on the Tribe coaching staff...
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October 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Toronto Sun: Robbie Wants Sandy To Land Blue Jays Manager Position

Roberto Alomar, currently a special assistant for the Toronto Blue Jays organization, has come out in support of his brother, Sandy Alomar Jr., being the next manager of the Jays, The Toronto Sun reports. “”I hope it’s my brother,” Hall of Famer Robbie Alomar said Wednesday. We need someone who wants to put his heart and soul into his team. Someone who wants to be here.”...
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October 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Rockies expand managerial search

The Colorado Rockies are looking outside the organization to fill the managerial vacancy left when Jim Tracy resigned after the season. Sources told the Denver Post that potential candidates include Cleveland's Sandy Alomar Jr. the Los Angeles Dodgers' Tim Wallach, Oakland's Mike Gallego and San Diego's Brad Ausmus. Alomar, Wallach and Gallego are coaches. Ausmus...
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October 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Acta Joins Alomar on Blue Jays’ Manager Candidate List

According to the Toronto Sun (with a hat tip to Paul Hoynes) the candidates to replace John Farrell as manager of the Toronto Blue Jays include Sandy Alomar Jr. and Manny Acta- “And Manny Acta, who managed both the Washington Nationals and the Cleveland Indians, and also coached in Montreal. Acta was also in Washington when Brown was the scouting director, putting together the...
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October 23, 2012  |  Discuss

MLB Rumors: Sandy Alomar to manage the Toronto Blue Jays

Essentially replicating a game of musical chairs, Cleveland Indians bench coach could be on his way to Toronto to manage the Blue Jays for the 2013 MLB season and beyond. Late Saturday, it was reported that a deal between the Red Sox and Blue Jays was consummated that would send former Indians pitcher John Farrell to the Red Sox as their new manager, meaning that the Blue Jays managerial...
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October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Sarbaugh Interviews for Job; Steve Smith and Bruce Fields Will Not Return

Paul Hoynes, the Plain Dealer’s long-time Cleveland Indians scribe, snuck some coaching staff details in his post about Matt LaPorta’s hip surgery on Friday. Here’s the latest on the staff unfolding alongside Terry Francona, Sandy Alomar and likely Brad Mills: GM Chris Antonetti and manager Terry Francona are still interviewing candidates for the coaching staff. Class AAA manager...
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October 20, 2012  |  Discuss

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