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    • Four members of the 1925 Cleveland Indians pitching staff

    • Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Karr, Ben; Buckeye, Garland; Uhle, George; Schaute, Joe; Baseball pitchers
    • Four members of the 1925 Cleveland Indians pitching staff. Left to right: Ben Karr, Garland Buckeye, George Uhle, Joe Schaute. This photo was heavily marked by Cleveland Press staffers, and shows considerable wear and tear.
    • Happy faces in the dugout

    • Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Indians (1979 Season); Baseball; Alexander, Gary W., 1953-; Kuiper, Duane; Torborg, Jeff; Baseball
    • "Happy faces in the dugout - from left, Gary Alexander, Duane Kuiper, pitching coach Chuck Hartenstein, and Mgr Jeff Torborg cheer at Paul Dade H.R. in 1st game" -- photo verso.
    • Indians pitching great Bob Feller

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Baseball players; Cleveland Indians; Baseball pitchers
    • Although his career as a major league pitcher with the Cleveland Indians ended in 1956, Bob Feller was involved with the team as a goodwill ambassador and part-time pitching coach for many years.
    • Bob Feller grips a baseball at his desk

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Baseball; Cleveland Indians; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Offices; Sheraton Hotel
    • "Bob Feller looks at a baseball in his office, recalling the days of his pitching for the Cleveland Indians. . . . He is now doing promotional and public relations work for the Cleveland Sheraton Hotel" -- photo caption.
    • Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers
    • "Bob Feller returns to the Cleveland Indians" -- photo verso. Presumably this refers to Feller's mid-season return to baseball in 1945 after missing the seasons of 1942, 1943, and 1944. Feller enlisted in the U. S. Navy on Dec. 8, 1941, the day...
    • Feller pitching bullets

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Cleveland Indians; Baseball; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers; Guns; United States. Navy
    • "Feller pitching bullets. Bob Feller, above, of ... (text on verso illegible), is all set to do a different kind of pitching these days. As a Chief Specialist, he is the captain of a 40 mm. gun crew aboard one of Uncle Sam's new battleships. The...
    • Indians pitcher Bob Feller and his wife Virginia wave from a convertible

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Feller, Virginia; Convertible automobiles; Parades; Baseball players; Cleveland Indians; Baseball pitchers; Baseball; World Series (Baseball) (1948)
    • Indians pitching great Bob Feller and his wife Virginia wave to onlookers from a convertible as part of a parade honoring the 1948 World Series champion Cleveland Indians. Feller pitched in two of the World Series games and led the league in...
    • Cleveland baseball pitching legends Cy Young and Bob Feller

    • Feller, Bob, 1918-2010; Young, Cy, 1867-1955; Baseball; Cleveland Indians; Cleveland Spiders; Baseball players; Baseball pitchers
    • Cleveland baseball pitching legends Cy Young (L) and Bob Feller (R). Young won a major-league record of 511 games as a pitcher for the Cleveland Spiders and the Cleveland Indians and for teams from Boston and St. Louis. Feller threw three no-hit...
    • Audio of interview collected at "Memories of Cleveland" exhibit

    • Fenn College; Baldwin-Wallace College; Baseball teams; Baseball; Cleveland State University; Cuyahoga County Fair audio clips; Cuyahoga County Fair; Audiovisual materials; Exhibits
    • Interviewee talks to Cleveland State University Library staff member William Barrow about pitching for the Fenn College and then CSU baseball teams. He was the winning pitcher in the first CSU baseball game & later taught accounting at B-W.
    • Scenic Park/Lincoln Park

    • Lakewood (Ohio); Rocky River Valley; Rocky River; Parks
    • Located in the Rocky River Valley at the foot of Detroit Ave., Scenic Park featured the only round dancing floor in Ohio at the time and an electric race course with pitching horses. In 1917 the City bought the 90 acres for $43,000. The area was...
    • Herb Score, 1957

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • "Herb Score, note right eye."-- photo verso.
      As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians...
    • Herb Score, 1959

    • Score, Herb; Cleveland Indians; Major League Baseball; Baseball players; Play-by-play announcers; Sportscasters; Radio personalities; Television personalities
    • As a player and a broadcaster, Herb Score was an important part of Cleveland Indians baseball for several generations of Tribe fans. Arguably the best left-handed pitcher ever to wear an Indians uniform, most baseball experts agree that had his...

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