A Tribe Reborn
How the Cleveland Indians of the '90s Went from Cellar Dwellers to Playoff Contenders
Publication Date: March 2014
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"A Tribe Reborn" tells the story of a failing franchise, from "The Mistake by the Lake" to "The Curse of Rocky Colavito," and how a laughingstock team that was on the verge of relocating changed its ways to become a dominant franchise.
With the building of the state-of-the-art Jacobs Field (which the Indians sold out a record 455 consecutive games, from 1995-2001) to changes in how their scouting, front office, and locker room were run, the team that nobody cared about became front-page news across the country.
With interviews from Jim Thome, Omar Vizquel, Mike Hargrove, John Hart, and many more, "A Tribe Reborn" is a fantastic look inside how a losing franchise changed its ways to become a perennial powerhouse. While the Indians of the '90s never won a World Series (appearing twice in 1995 and 1997), they are still remembered for their hard play, amazing talent, and rabid fan base.