The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia

Temple University Press, 1996 - 574 pages
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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Russell Schneider was a sportswriter and columnist for the "Cleveland Plain Dealer" for thirty-two years before he became a freelance writer. He covered the Indians on a daily basis for fourteen years from 1964 to 1977. He is the author of several books, including "The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia", "Lou Boudreau: Covering All the Bases, "and "The Boys of the Summer of 48.

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