The Cleveland Indians: The Cleveland Press Years, 1920-1982, by David Borsvold

The Cleveland Indians came into existence along with the American League in 1901, and their rich and fascinating history has been well documented in photographs.  Many prints from the Cleveland Press archive, dating from 1920 until the newspaper's closure in 1982, are reproduced in this book, along with a brief history of the team's successes and failures in each decade.  Most of these classic photographs, which include great Indians players like Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller and slugger Rocky Colavito, a fan favorite, have not been seen in print for decades.  You will also see baseball legends Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Hank Greenberg, and Joe DiMaggio as they compete with the Tribe.                                                                                                            

Softcover, 6 x 9, 128 pgs

The Cleveland Indians: The Cleveland Press Years, 1920-1982, by David Borsvold

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