Tag Archives: Scott Longert

Bad Boys & Bad Times: Cleveland Indians from 1937-1942

Cleveland Indians historian Scott Longert visited us earlier this week to talk about the Tribe from 1937 to 1942. We can’t share every glorious anecdote. After all, that’s what his next book is for. But we can give you five … Continue reading

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Learn about the Cleveland Indians before & during World War II

Author, historian and Cleveland Indians fan Scott Longert is guiding us through the history of his beloved Tribe. He’s written books about: Addie Joss—a contemporary of Cy Young who was such a dominant pitcher that they changed the Hall of Fame’s … Continue reading

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Scott Longert talks Cleveland Indians & Great Depression

Author, historian and Cleveland Indians fan Scott Longert talked about his newest book, No Money, No Beer, No Pennants: The Cleveland Indians & Baseball in the Great Depression, during a recent visit to our library. Longert’s newest book will delight … Continue reading

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Talking Tribe during the Great Depression

It’s a boom time to be a Cleveland Indians fan (or Cleveland sports fan, in general,) but it hasn’t always been this way. There have been lean years. And few eras were as frustrating and fascinating as the Cleveland Indians during … Continue reading

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Remembering the first Cleveland Indians team to win a World Series

It’s been awhile since the Indians and the city of Cleveland celebrated a World Series win—since 1948, to be exact. But this isn’t another sad song about Rocky Colavito or Jose Mesa. This is about remembering a time—the first time, … Continue reading

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