When did Cleveland Indians last win a World Series?
Bob Feller Possibly the greatest Cleveland Indians player of all-time, Bob Feller is still to this day popular among Tribe faithful. In an incredible 18 seasons went 266-162 for the Indians, with three no-hitters, 12 one-hitters and 44 shutouts.
Who has the longest active World Series drought? The longest currently active World Series drought belongs to the Cleveland Indians, who have gone 73 seasons without winning the World Series.
June 27, 1989 – The Blue Jays ‘ Cito Gaston and the Baltimore Orioles’ Frank Robinson become the first black managers to face one another in MLB history. Oct. 24, 1992 – Cito Gaston becomes the first black manager to win a World Series.
With players on strike since mid-August, Major League Baseball on September 14, 1994, cancels its playoffs and World Series. The MLB Players Association refused.
The 1957 Milwaukee Braves season was the fifth in Milwaukee and the 87th overall season of the franchise. It was the year that the team won its first and only World Series championship while based in Milwaukee.
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The 1994 World Series would have been the championship series of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) 1994 season; however, it was canceled on September 14 of that year due to a strike by the MLB Players Association which started on August 12, in only the second time in MLB history a World Series was not played in a given