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Cleveland - Notable Historical Events

Grover ClevelandNov 4, 1884

Benjamin HarrisonNov 6, 1888

Cy YoungMay 1, 1891

Walter JohnsonAug 7, 1907

Lou GehrigJun 23, 1932

Babe RuthJul 17, 1934

Joe DiMaggioJul 17, 1941

Paul BrownFeb 8, 1945

Hank GreenbergMay 27, 1948

Otto GrahamOct 25, 1953

Jim BrownNov 24, 1957

Pat SummerallDec 14, 1958

John ElwayJan 11, 1987

Joe CarterJul 19, 1989

Billy JoelOct 17, 1994

Bill BelichickFeb 15, 1996

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Cleveland - Historical Events
Date Event
1796-07-22

Cleveland, Ohio, founded by Gen Moses Cleveland

1843-06-01

It snows in Buffalo & Rochester NY & Cleveland Ohio

1848-09-06

National Black Convention meets in Cleveland

1853-10-06

4th National Women's Rights Convention opens in Cleveland Ohio

1854-08-24

National emigration convention meets in Cleveland

1869-06-02

Cleveland's Forest City play their 1st game (vs Cin Red Stockings)

1869-11-24

American Woman's Suffrage Association forms (Cleveland)

1871-05-04

1st baseball league game (National Association of Baseball Players), (Ft Wayne 2, Cleveland 0) Deacon Jim White gets 1st hit, a double

1874-11-18

National Woman's Christian Temperance Union organizes in Cleveland

1877-10-09

American Humane Association organizes (Cleveland)

1878-11-01

Edward Scripps & John Sweeney found Penny Press (Cleveland Press)

1879-05-30

92°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in May

1880-06-12

John Lee Richmond pitches 1st major league perfect game, Worcester 1, Cleveland's Forest City 0

1883-05-24

Brooklyn Bridge opened by Pres Arthur & Gov Cleveland

1883-09-13

Hugh Daily, a one-armed pitcher for Cleveland (Forest City), tosses 1-0 no-hitter against Philadelphia

1884-07-27

The East Cleveland Street Railway Company begins the first U.S. commercial electric streetcar line in Cleveland, Ohio, on the Bentley-Knight system

1884-11-04

Grover Cleveland (D) beats James G Blaine (R) for his 1st presidential term. The only American president to serve 2 non-consecutive terms

1885-03-04

Grover Cleveland inaugrated as 1st US Democratic President since Civil War

1886-02-09

Pres Cleveland declares a state of emergency in Seattle because of anti-Chinese violence

1886-06-02

Grover Cleveland is 1st to wed during presidency (Frances Folsom)

1886-10-28

Statue of Liberty dedicated by US President Grover Cleveland, celebrated by first confetti (ticker tape) parade in New York City

1888-06-05

US Democrats nominate Grover Cleveland for president

1888-11-06

Benjamin Harrison (R-Sen-Ind) beats Pres Grover Cleveland (D), 233 electoral votes to 168, Cleveland received slightly more votes

1889-02-22

US President Cleveland signs bill to admit Dakotas, Montana & Washington state to the union

1891-05-01

Cy Young pitches 1st game played in Cleveland's League Park Cleveland Spiders 12, Cincinnati Redlegs 3

1892-11-08

Grover Cleveland (D) elected 24th US President

1893-01-04

US pres Cleveland grants amnesty to Mormon polygamy

1893-03-04

Grover Cleveland (D) inaugrated as 24th US President (2nd term)

1893-04-05

Cleveland passes Park Act (forerunner of Metroparks)

1893-04-26

1st Cleveland Board of Park Commissioners forms

1894-07-06

Cleveland sends 2,000 troops to Chicago to suppress Pullman strike

1897-03-09

Cleveland Spiders sign Louis Sockalexis, full-blooded Penobscot

1900-01-29

American League organized in Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee & Minneapolis

1900-03-08

NL decides to go with 8 teams They exclude Baltimore, Cleveland, Louisville & Washington (in 1953 Boston Braves move to Milwaukee)

1901-04-28

Cleveland's Bock Baker gives up a record 23 singles as White Sox beat Blues (Cleveland Blues!) 13-1

1902-04-25

Erwin Harvey becomes 1st Cleveland ballplayer (Cleveland Bronchos) to have six hits in one game

1902-06-30

Cleveland is 1st AL team to hit 3 consecutive HRs in same inning

1903-03-10

Harry Gammeter, Cleveland, patents multigraph duplicating machine

1903-09-17

Boston Pilgrims clinch AL pennant, beating Cleveland, 14-3

1903-09-24

Bill Bradley becomes 1st Cleveland baseball player (Cleveland Naps) to hit for cycle

1905-09-20

Cleveland makes AL record 7 errors in an inning

1906-07-28

Yankees turn triple-play, beat Cleveland 6-4

1907-08-07

Walter Johnson wins 1st of his 416 wins, 7-2 over Cleveland

1908-09-24

Robert B Rhoads becomes 1st Cleveland pitcher (Cleveland Naps) to toss a no-hit game, Cleveland 2, Boston 1

1909-02-18

Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young, at 41, to Cleveland Naps

1909-06-07

Cleveland Industrial Exposition opens

1909-07-19

Cleveland shortstop Neal Ball executes an unassisted triple play

1910-03-24

83°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in March

1910-05-12

Phil A's Chief Bender no-hits Cleveland Indians, 4-0

1910-07-19

Cleveland Indian baseball player Cy Young registers 500th career victory against Washington 5-4 in 11 innings

1911-07-24

Cleve's League Park hosts 1st unofficial ML All Star game (benefit game for Addie Joss' family). Cleveland Naps lose to All Stars 5-3

1913-03-15

Cleveland establishes 1st small claims court

1913-09-10

Cleveland Call & Post forms

1914-08-05

1st traffic light installed in USA (Euclid Ave & E 105th St, Cleveland)

1914-09-27

Cleveland 2nd baseman Nap Lajoie collects his 3,000th hit

1916-06-06

Voters in East Cleveland approves women suffrage

1916-06-26

Cleveland Indians experiment with #s on their jerseys (one game)

1916-07-25

Explosion at Lake Erie & Cleveland Waterworks

1916-10-02

Grover Cleveland Alexander records his 16th shutout of year

1917-07-23

Cleveland Metropolitan Park District establishes

1917-07-30

Board of Commissioners of Cleveland Metroparks has its 1st meeting

1917-09-03

Grover Cleveland Alexander pitches complete wins in a doubleheader

1918-04-18

Cleveland center fielder Tris Speaker turns an unassisted double play

1918-05-19

Wash 1st Sunday game, Senators beat Cleveland 1-0 in 18 innings

1918-05-24

Cleveland Indians Stan Coveleski sets club record for most innings pitched (19)

1918-05-24

Cleveland beats Yankees 3-2 in 19th inning

1919-04-07

1st parcel of land is purchased for Cleveland Metroparks

1919-08-24

Cleveland pitcher Ray Caldwell is flattened by a bolt of lightning

1920-08-20

Red Sox-Indians game postponed in Boston to allow Indian players to attend Ray Chapman's funeral in Cleveland

1920-10-09

1st World Series game in Cleveland, Indians win 2-1

1921-05-05

1st ranger for Cleveland Metroparks hired

1921-07-29

Cleveland's 125th anniversary celebration: Cy Young, 54, pitches 2 inn

1922-02-21

WHK-AM in Cleveland OH begins radio transmissions

1923-05-17

Fire during closing day ceremonies at Grover Cleveland School (SC)

1924-01-29

Ice cream cone rolling machine patented by Carl Taylor, Cleveland

1924-06-10

1st political convention broadcast on radio-Republicans at Cleveland

1924-09-20

Cub's Grover Cleveland Alexander beats NY Giants to win 300th game

1924-11-16

Cleveland Bulldogs lose to Frankford Yellowjackets, ends 31-game undefeated streak (NFL & major-league football record)

1925-04-24

88°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in April

1925-05-17

Cleveland Indian Tris Speaker gets his 3,000th hit

1925-06-15

Phila As go into bottom of 8th inning trailing 15-4, then score 13 times to defeat Cleveland 17-15

1929-05-09

WJW-AM in Cleveland Ohio begins radio transmissions

1929-05-15

Fire in X-ray film stock kills 125 at Crile Clinic (Cleveland, Ohio)

1930-01-26

Cleveland's Terminal Tower opens (52 stories)

1930-06-03

Grover Cleveland Alexander is released by the Phillies

1930-06-24

Ground is broken for construction of Cleveland Stadium

1930-07-25

Phila Athletics triple steal in 1st & 4th innings vs Cleveland

1931-07-01

Cleveland Municipal Stadium is completed

1931-07-04

1st fireworks are held at Cleveland Stadium

1931-07-04

1st trailside museum opens in Cleveland Metroparks

1931-09-15

Phila A's clinch pennant, beating Cleveland

1932-02-11

73°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in February

1932-05-16

Yanks 4th straight shutout to equal record set by Cleveland & Boston

1932-06-23

Lou Gehrig plays 1,103rd successive game in a NY uniform, equaling Joe Sewell's record with one team (Cleveland)

1932-07-31

Cleveland Municipal Stadium opens-Phila A's beat Indians 1-0

1933-06-09

Walter Johnson takes over as Cleveland manager

1933-08-27

Earl Averill becomes 2nd Cleveland ballplayer to hit for cycle Moody defaults in 3rd set, trailing 3-0

1933-11-30

CCC Camps are established in Cleveland Park District

1934-07-17

Babe Ruth draws his 2,000th base on balls at Cleveland

1934-12-11

1935 All-Star Game is assigned to Cleveland

1935-02-13

1st US surgical operation for relief of angina pectoris, Cleveland

1935-08-26

CCC camp opens in Brecksville Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks

1937-02-12

Cleveland (now St Louis) Rams granted an NFL franchise

1937-09-10

Cleveland (Los Angeles) Rams plays their 1st NFL game, lose 28-0

1938-01-18

Pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander is elected to Hall of Fame

1938-04-18

Headless Mad Butcher victim found in Cleveland

1938-10-09

Cleveland Browns & Chicago Bears play a penalty free NFL game

1938-12-14

AL permits Cleveland & Philadelphia to play night games

1939-06-27

1st night game at Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Indians 5, Tigers 0)

1939-12-07

William Walton's violinist concert premieres in Cleveland

1941-07-17

NY Yankee Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak ends in Cleveland

1941-07-27

103°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in July

1941-11-25

Lou Boudreau, 24, becomes Cleveland Indians player/manager

1942-09-29

32°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Sept

1944-10-20

Liquid-gas tanks in Cleveland, Ohio explode, 135 die, 3,600 homeless

1945-02-08

Paul Brown agrees to coach the new American football expansion team in Cleveland, which would later be named the Cleveland Browns after their coach

1945-04-20

Cleveland Browns organization formed by Arthur "Mickey" McBride

1945-08-24

Cleveland ace Bob Feller returns from Navy & strike out 12

1945-11-22

Jim Benton, Cleveland end, gains 303 yards (NFL record)

1945-12-16

Cleveland Rams win NFL championship

1946-01-12

NFL champs Cleveland Rams given permission to move to LA

1946-04-13

Eddie Klepp, a white pitcher signed by defending Negro League champ Cleveland Buckeyes, is barred from field in Birmingham Alabama

1946-06-22

Bill Veeck purchases Cleveland Indians

1946-09-29

Los Angeles (previously Cleveland) Rams play 1st NFL game in LA

1946-10-06

90°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Oct

1946-11-01

Cleveland Indians owner Bill Veeck's right foot is amputated

1946-12-22

Cleveland Browns beat NY Yankees 14-9 in AAFC championship game

1947-07-03

Cleveland Indians purchase Larry Dolby, the 1st black in AL

1947-07-05

Larry Doby signs with Cleveland Indians-1st black player in AL

1947-07-10

Cleveland Indian Don Black no-hits Phila A's, 3-0

1947-10-04

Negro League World Series, NY Cubans beat Cleveland Buckeyes, 6-5

1947-12-14

Cleveland Browns beat NY Yankees 14-3 in AAFC championship game

1947-12-17

WEWS TV channel 5 in Cleveland, OH (ABC) begins broadcasting

1948-03-12

-5°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in March

1948-05-27

Hank Greenberg buys an interest in the Cleveland Indians

1948-06-20

Cleveland draws then record 82,781 for doubleheader

1948-07-07

Cleveland Indians sign Leroy "Satchel" Paige

1948-08-03

Cleveland's Satchel Paige make his 1st start & goes 7 innings

1948-08-05

Cleveland Indians set club record for most double plays in a game (6)

1948-08-12

Cleveland Indians get 29 hits in a 9 inning game

1948-08-27

102°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in August

1948-09-24

Yanks, Boston & Cleveland are tied for 1st place in AL (91-56)

1948-10-10

Then record 86,288 see game 5 of World Series in Cleveland

1948-12-19

Cleveland Browns beats Buffalo Bills 49-7 in AAFC championship game

1949-08-20

78,382 watch White Sox play Indians at Cleveland

1949-10-19

Yanks trade Joe Gordon to Cleveland for Allie Reynolds

1949-12-09

NFL merges Cleveland Browns, SF '49ers & Balt Colts from AAFC

1949-12-11

Cleveland Browns beat SF '49ers 21-7 in final AAFC championship game

1949-12-19

WJW TV channel 8 in Cleveland, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting

1950-01-25

73°F (23°C) highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in January

1950-06-23

Indians' Luke Easter hits longest ball in Cleveland Stadium history, 477 feet, into upper deck, Section 4

1950-08-15

Indians make their 1st triple play at Cleveland Stadium

1950-09-16

Cleveland Browns (formerly AAFC) play 1st NFL game, beat Phila 35-10)

1950-10-01

Browns lose to Giants, setting club record for fewest points scored by both teams (tied in 1979), NY 6, Cleveland 0

1950-10-08

Cleveland Browns play Pittsburgh for 1st time, beat Steelers 30-17

1950-10-19

Bird Building at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is dedicated

1950-10-29

Cleveland Browns' Marion Motley sets record for highest avg gain in a game with 17.1 (10 attempts), Cleveland 45, Pittsburgh 7

1950-11-01

82°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Nov

1950-11-05

Cleveland Browns' Tommy James intercepts 3 passes, club record

1950-12-03

Cleveland Browns last NFL team with no-pass game (beat Phila 13-7)

1950-12-03

Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 12 punts

1950-12-24

Cleveland Browns win NFL championship, beat LA 30-28

1950-12-25

Cleveland Browns beat LA Rams 30-28 in NFL championship game

1951-08-17

18th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 33, All-Stars 0 (92,180)

1951-08-19

Bill Veeck (Cleveland Indians) sends Eddie Gaedel, a 3'7" little person, to pinch-hit

1951-08-25

Cleveland Indians win 16th straight home game

1951-11-25

Cleveland Browns penalized a record 209 yards against Chicago Bears

1951-12-23

1st coast-to-coast televised football game (Dumont paid $75,000) LA Rams beat Cleveland Browns 24-17 in NFL championship game

1952-03-21

Alan Freed presents Moondog Coronation Ball at old Cleveland Arena, 25,000 attend 1st rock & roll concert ever

1952-12-28

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-7 in NFL championship game

1953-01-31

NY, Cleveland, & Boston retaliate at Bill Veeck, forcing the Browns to play afternoon games to avoid sharing TV revenues

1953-05-30

1st major league network baseball game-Cleveland 7, Chicago 2

1953-09-01

101°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Sept

1953-10-25

Cleveland Browns' QB Otto Graham sets club record with 4 fumbles

1953-12-27

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 17-16 in NFL championship game

1954-09-08

Alan Freed leaves Cleveland to NYC for WINS radio

1954-09-09

Indians becomes 1st Cleveland team to win 100 games in a season

1954-09-18

Cleveland Indians clinch AL pennant, beat Tigers (3-2)

1954-11-07

Cleveland Browns' Chet Hanulak sets club record with 7 punt returns & win by their largest margin of victory (59) beating Wash 62-3

1954-11-28

Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 80-yard punt

1954-12-26

Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Detroit 56-10

1955-08-12

22nd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 30, Cleveland 27 (75,000)

1955-12-26

Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Los Angeles Rams 38-14

1956-02-13

KYW-AM in Philadelphia Penn gives calls to WTAM (now WWWE) Cleveland

1956-05-13

Pachyderm Building at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens

1956-08-10

23rd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 26, All-Stars 0 (75,000)

1956-08-16

Indians' Rocky Colavito hits his 1st grand slam, Cleveland 5, Tigers 4

1957-11-10

Cleveland Browns' Don Paul sets club record for longest fumble return with a 89-yard run (and TD), beating Pittsburgh 24-0

1957-11-24

Cleveland Browns' fullback Jim Brown sets club record of 237 yds rushing

1957-12-12

Willem J Kolff and his team at Ohio's Cleveland Clinic removed the heart from a dog and replaced it with a pneumatic pump which kept the dog alive for 90 minutes, proving the viability of the artificial heart

1957-12-29

Detroit Lions beat Cleveland Browns 50-14 in NFL championship game

1958-08-13

Indians' right fielder Rocky Colavito makes his pitching debut, hurling 3 hitless innings, Detroit 3, Cleveland 2

1958-12-14

Pat Summerall kicks game winning field goal for the New York Giants against the Cleveland Browns at Yankee Stadium

1959-05-21

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Children's Petting Farm opens

1959-07-31

1st exhibit of bongos at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens

1959-10-04

Cleveland Browns' Jim Brown makes club record 37 rushing attempts

1959-10-17

Stinchcomb Memorial in Cleveland Metroparks' dedicated

1959-11-01

Jim Brown scores 5 TDs in Cleveland Browns 38-31 win over Balt

1959-11-15

Cleveland Browns' halfback Bobby Mitchell sets club record for longest run from scrimmage (90-yards), beat Wash 31-17

1960-04-17

Cleveland Indians trade Rocky Colavito to Tigers for Harvey Kuenn

1960-12-11

Cleveland's Bernie Parrish sets club record for longest interception return with a 92 yard run

1961-01-07

1st NFL Playoff Bowl (runner-up bowl)-Detroit beats Cleveland 17-16

1961-03-21

Art Modell purchases Cleveland Browns for then record ($3,925,000)

1962-04-25

Lion & Tiger Veldt at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is dedicated

1962-04-25

June 15 the Mets send Chiti back to Cleveland

1962-05-21

3 more Cleveland HR set AL record for most HR (26) over 8 games

1963-01-07

The rift between Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell and head coach Paul Brown reaches a boiling point, and Brown is fired

1963-08-07

Jacqueline Kennedy becomes 1st US First Lady to give birth (Patrick Kennedy) since Mrs Cleveland

1964-04-01

10°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in April

1964-04-20

86% of black students boycott Cleveland schools

1964-08-28

WEWS-TV Channel 5's "Upbeat" debuts in Cleveland

1964-09-15

Beatles play at Public Auditorium in Cleveland

1964-09-28

53rd Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Cleveland (3-2)

1964-10-16

Indians' directors vote to keep franchise in Cleveland, rejecting bids by Seattle, Oakland & Dallas

1964-12-12

Cleveland Browns' Frank Ryan sets club record of 5 TD passes

1964-12-27

Cleveland Browns beat Balt Colts 27-0 in NFL championship game

1965-02-07

WVIZ TV channel 25 in Cleveland, OH (PBS) begins broadcasting

1965-06-19

KYW-AM in Cleveland Ohio returns call letters to Philadelphia

1965-08-06

32nd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 24, All-Stars 16 (68,000)

1966-01-02

Green Bay Packers beat Cleveland Browns 23-12 in NFL championship game

1966-05-10

25°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in May

1966-07-19

Gov James Rhodes declares state of emergency in Cleveland (race riot)

1966-08-14

Cleveland Stadium's 1st rock concert is held, featuring Beatles

1966-11-14

Muhammad Ali TKOs Cleveland Williams in 3 for heavyweight title

1966-12-31

Toboggan Chutes begin operation in Cleveland Metroparks

1967-08-25

Minn Twin Dean Chance 2nd no-hitter of month beats Cleveland, 2-1

1967-08-26

Dean Chance pitches a 2-1 no-hitter, & Twins sweep Cleveland

1967-11-07

Carl B Stokes elected first black mayor of a major US city - Cleveland, Ohio

1967-11-13

Carl B Stokes sworn-in as 1st major city black mayor (Cleveland Oh)

1968-01-19

WKBF TV channel 61 in Cleveland, OH (IND) begins broadcasting

1968-07-03

41°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in July

1968-07-23

Race riot in Cleveland, 11 including 3 police officers killed

1968-08-01

Cleveland Metroparks begins operating Zoo

1968-09-15

WUAB TV channel 43 in Lorain-Cleveland, OH (IND) begins broadcasting

1968-10-13

Tinker Creek Gorge of Cleveland Metroparks is dedicated

1968-12-29

Balt Colts beat Cleveland Browns 34-0 in NFL championship game

1969-06-22

Cleveland's Cuyahgo River catches fire

1969-09-21

58th Davis Cup: USA beats Romania in Cleveland (5-0)

1969-12-28

Dallas Cowboy kicker Mike Clark, attempting an on-side kick against Cleveland, missed the ball

1970-01-04

Minnesota Vikings beat Cleveland Browns 27-7 in NFC championship game

1970-02-06

NBA expands to 18 teams with Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston & Portland

1970-08-31

59th Davis Cup: USA beats Germany in Cleveland (5-0)

1970-10-14

Cleveland Cavaliers lose to Buffalo Braves in their 1st game 107-92

1970-10-28

NBA Cleveland Cavaliers 1st home game, lose to San Diego 110-99

1970-11-02

Cleveland Cavaliers lose by biggest margin-54 pts (Phila 141-87)

1970-11-12

Cleveland Cavaliers 1st NBA victory (11th game), beating Portland 105-103

1970-11-14

Paul Brown, as head coach of the expansion Cincinnati Bengals, defeats his former team the Cleveland Browns, a moment he calls his "greatest victory"

1970-12-06

Cleveland Cavaliers 1st NBA home victory, beating Buffalo Braves 108-106

1971-05-11

Cleveland's Steve Dunning becomes last AL pitcher to hit grand slam

1971-10-17

Cleveland Metroparks' Rocky River Nature Center opens

1972-01-05

Largest crowd at Cleveland Arena (Cavs vs Lakers-11,178)

1972-02-20

1st time Cleveland Cavaliers beat NY Knicks (111-109)

1972-06-11

31°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in June

1972-10-29

Don Cockroft of Cleveland Browns kicks 57-yard field goal

1973-04-07

Cleveland sets day-game & opening-game attendance records of 74,420

1973-10-09

Warriors-Cavalier game in Cleveland postponed because of wet floors

1973-12-02

62nd Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Cleveland (5-0)

1974-02-02

Smallest crowd at Cleveland Arena (Cavs vs Golden State-1,641)

1974-06-04

Never repeated 10 cent Beer Night at Cleveland, unruly fans stumble onto field & cause Indians to forfeit the game to Rangers with score tied 5-5 in 9th

1974-10-23

Lake Isaac in Cleveland Metroparks' Big Creek Reservation dedicated

1974-10-26

Cleveland Coliseum opens for NBA's Cavaliers & MISL's Crunch

1975-10-19

Cleveland Browns' Don Cockroft kicks club record 5 field goals

1975-10-28

Cleveland Metroparks assume operating responsibilities for Zoo

1976-01-24

Cleveland Cavaliers biggest margin victory-43 pts (beat Milwaukee 132-89)

1976-02-08

Largest crowd at Cleveland Coliseum (Cavs vs Wash-21,130)

1976-03-31

Cleveland Cavaliers clinch their 1st ever NBA playoff bearth

1976-04-10

Cleveland Cavaliers win their 1st NBA Central Division title

1976-09-26

Denver's Rick Upchurch returns 2 punts for TDs against Cleveland

1976-11-14

Cleveland Browns' Jerry Sherk sets club record with 4 sacks

1977-04-10

Cleveland Indians set club record for longest, 9 inn game (3:17)

1977-09-05

Cleveland Indians stage 1st "I hate the Yankee Hanky Night"

1977-09-26

Cleveland Browns play their 1st overtime game, beat Patriots 30-27

1977-12-18

Cleveland Cavaliers retire jersey # 42, Nate Thumond

1978-09-24

Ron Guidry beats Cleveland 4-0, raising his record to 23-3 ERA 1.74

1978-09-30

Cleveland, Houston, NY, Philadelphia & Pittsburgh Phillies win 3rd consecutive NL East Division title

1978-12-16

Cleveland, Ohio becomes the first post-Depression era city to default on its loans, owing $14,000,000 to local banks.

1979-02-22

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's Primate & Cat Building is dedicated

1979-10-07

Cleveland Browns' Dino Hall sets club records with 9 kickoff returns

1979-11-25

Pittsburgh gains 606 net yards against Cleveland, winning 33-30

1979-12-04

Cleveland Cavaliers retire jersey # 7, Bingo Smith

1980-01-29

Cleveland Cavaliers beat LA Lakers 154-153 in quadruple OT

1980-06-15

Jorge Orta of Cleveland gets 6 hits in a baseball game

1980-07-03

73,096 in Cleveland watch Indians beat Yankees 7-0

1980-12-14

Minnesota Vikings pass for 456 yards against Cleveland Browns, winning 28-24

1981-01-03

Cleveland Cavaliers retire jersey # 34, Austin Carr

1981-02-01

31st NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 123-120 at Cleveland

1981-05-15

Len Barker of Cleveland pitches perfect game vs Toronto

1981-07-29

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Amphitheater is dedicated

1981-08-09

NL beats AL 5-4 in 52nd All Star Game (Cleveland Stadium)

1981-09-07

Cleveland Browns' Brian Sipe sets club record with 57 pass attempts

1981-12-28

Cleveland Metroparks Administrative offices move from downtown to Zoo

1982-08-29

38°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in August

1982-11-05

Cleveland Cavaliers lose 24th consecutive game (NBA record)

1982-12-03

77°F highest December temperature ever recorded in Cleveland, Ohio

1982-12-05

Cleveland Browns' Brian Sipe sets club record with 33 pass completions

1983-03-16

Smallest crowd at Cleveland Coliseum (Cavs vs Nets-1,814)

1983-11-20

Cleveland Browns shutout Patriots 30-0

1984-10-20

Cleveland Metroparks' Valley Parkway All Purpose Trails are completed

1984-10-21

Cleveland Browns' Steve Cox sets club record with a 60-yd field goal

1985-06-11

WJW-AM/TV in Cleveland Ohio change call letters to WRMR

1986-05-05

Hall of Fame & Museum announced to be built in Cleveland

1986-08-01

Cleveland sets AL attendance record for twi-night doubleheader, 65,934

1986-09-07

Cleveland Browns becomes 1st team in NFL history to have a play reviewed by instant replay, Chicago 41, Browns 31

1986-09-28

Cleveland Browns' Gerald McNeil sets the team record for the longest punt return with an 84-yard run (and TD), Browns 24, Detroit 21

1987-01-11

"The Drive", trailing the Cleveland Browns 20-13 with only 5:32 remaining in the AFC Championship Game and the ball on their own two-yard line, Denver quarterback John Elway drove his team 98 yards for a touchdown to tie the game, which the Broncos won in overtime to advance to Super Bowl XXI

1987-10-10

Garfield Park Nature Center opens, latest in Cleveland Metroparks

1988-06-25

104°F highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in June

1988-10-31

19°F lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Oct

1989-01-07

NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers longest win streak (11)

1989-01-29

Cleveland's Chris Dudley misses 5 free throws during 1 foul attempt

1989-03-02

NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers win 22nd straight home game

1989-07-19

Cleveland Indians Joe Carter has his 4th 3 HR game

1990-01-17

Kinks inducted into Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1990-05-08

Cuyahoga County voters approve sin tax to build Cleveland Gateway

1990-12-09

Houston scores most points against Cleveland, Oilers 58, Browns 14

1991-09-09

Only 1,695 fans watch Boston Red Sox play Cleveland

1991-09-18

John Hart becomes general manager of Cleveland Indians

1991-12-17

Cleveland Cavaliers beat Miami Heat 148-80, by record 68 pts

1991-12-17

NBA's most lopsided game Cleveland beats Miami 148-80

1992-01-12

Last building in Gateway area in Cleveland is demolished

1992-03-22

US Air NY to Cleveland crashes on take off at LaGuardia, 27 die

1992-04-06

Oriole Park at Camden Yards opens, beating Cleveland 2-0

1992-04-12

Matt Young no-hits Cleveland, but loses 2-1

1992-08-07

Cleveland Indians turn a triple play

1992-08-24

Cleveland Browns suffer their worst preseason loss, 56-3, to Vikings

1992-08-31

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Cleveland OH on WNCX 98.5 FM

1993-03-12

Cleveland radio station WMMS-FM/101.7 is bought by Disney

1993-04-05

Construction begins on Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1993-06-07

Cleveland breaks ground for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1993-08-02

Shamrock Broadcasting, a Disney company, officially takes ownership of Cleveland's WMMS-FM/100.7 & WHK-AM/1420

1993-09-26

Indians win their last game at Cleveland Stadium, beating Brewers 6-4

1993-10-28

Cleveland Metroparks lease Brookside Park from Cleveland for 99-years

1994-01-19

-20°F (-29°C) (5:32 AM) coldest day ever recorded in Cleveland Ohio

1994-03-31

Walkway from Cleveland's Tower City to Jacobs Field officially opens

1994-04-07

1st night game at Cleveland's Jacobs Field, Indians 6 Seattle 2

1994-05-18

Tropical Butterfly Garden at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens

1994-07-28

Last steel beam is placed on Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

1994-09-04

Cleveland Browns is 1st team in NFL to score a 2-point conversion

1994-10-17

Billy Joel performs opening concert at Cleveland's Gund Arena

1994-11-08

Cleveland Cavaliers 1st game at Gund Arena, lose to Hous Rockets, 100-98

1995-05-09

Cleveland Indians tie record of scoring 8 runs before making an out, they beat Twins 10-0

1995-06-27

Former WMMS engineer William Alford is sentenced to 10 days & $1,000 fine for cutting feed during Howard Stern's broadcast from Cleveland

1995-08-06

Indians & Browns play in Cleveland on same day for 1st time ever both lose - Chicago 5, Indians 1; Giants 19, Browns 13 (exhibition)

1995-09-01

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame opens in Cleveland Ohio

1995-09-08

Cleveland Indians clinch 1st AL Central Division title

1995-09-11

Ohio's Governor Voinovich proclaims "Cleveland Indians Day"

1995-10-27

Contract finalizing Cleveland Browns' move to Balt is signed

1995-10-28

Atlanta Braves beat Cleveland Indians in 6 games in World Series

1995-11-06

Art Modell officially announces Cleveland Browns are moving to Balt

1996-02-08

NFL & Cleveland allows Art Modell to move his NFL franchise to Balt but he had to leave the Browns' name behind

1996-02-15

Bill Belichick is fired by the Cleveland Browns, finishing his Cleveland coaching career with a record of 36-44

1996-03-29

Cleveland Browns choose new name, Baltimore Ravens

1996-09-01

Balt Ravens (Cleveland Browns) 1st NFL game, beat Oakland Raiders, 17-14

1996-12-04

Orlando Magic tie NBA record of fewest ponts scored since inception of 24 second clock losing to Cleveland Cavalier, 84-57

1997-02-09

47th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 132-120 at Cleveland

1997-07-08

68th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Jacobs Field, Cleveland

1997-10-22

Coldest World Series game Marlins vs Cleveland (38°F)

2007-06-14

61st NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat Cleveland Cavaliers, 4 games to 0

2014-06-26

Canadian Andrew Wiggins is selected as the No.1 draft pick in the NBA by the Cleveland Cavaliers

2016-06-20

LeBron James fulfills promise to bring a title to Cleveland

2016-06-20

LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers beat Golden State Warriors for NBA title

2016-06-21

Cleveland welcomes home Cavaliers for title celebration at airport

2016-07-21

Eighteen protesters arrested in Cleveland after scuffle with police

2017-04-17

Manhunt underway in Cleveland for suspect who broadcast killing on Facebook: Police

2017-04-19

Facebook CEO vows to help prevent repeat of Cleveland murder posting

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Cleveland - Notable Birthdays

Grover ClevelandMar 18, 1837

John HeismanOct 23, 1869

John D. Rockefeller JrJan 29, 1874

Margaret HamiltonDec 9, 1902

Denny ShuteOct 25, 1904

Burgess MeredithNov 16, 1907

Paul BrownSep 7, 1908

Otto GrahamDec 6, 1921

Chuck NollJan 5, 1932

Jim BrownFeb 17, 1936

Nate ThurmondJul 25, 1941

Marty SchottenheimerSep 23, 1943

Drew CareyMay 23, 1958

Cleveland - Birthdays
Date Event
1613-06-16

John Cleveland, English poet (d. 1658)

1754-01-29

Moses Cleaveland, founder of Cleveland (d. 1806)

1837-03-18

Grover Cleveland, [Stephen], NJ, 22nd/24th Pres (1885-89, 93-97)

1837-03-18

Grover Cleveland, President Cleveland and President McKinley

1838-12-03

Cleveland Abbe, US, meteorologist (Father of Weather Bureau)

1844-10-19

Benjamin D. Cleveland, Down to the Sea in Ships

1848-03-25

William Keith Brooks, Cleveland Ohio, American marine zoologist (anatomy and embryology of marine animals)

1857-05-19

John Jacob Abel, Cleveland Ohio, American Pharmacologist (endocrine glands)

1864-07-21

Frances Folsom Cleveland, 1st lady (1885-89, 93-97)

1869-10-23

John Heisman, Cleveland Ohio, American pioneering football coach/trophy namesake

1871-08-21

Dwight Cleveland, The Face of the World

1874-01-29

John D. Rockefeller Jr, Cleveland Ohio, American financier and philanthropist

1879-02-24

Dorothy Cleveland, Citizen Kane

1885-09-17

George Cleveland, Sydney Nova Scotia, actor (Courage of Lassie)

1885-9-17

George Cleveland, Blue Steel

1887-02-26

Grover Cleveland Alexander, HOF baseball pitcher (Phillies, Cubs)

1892-11-26

Joe Guyon, NFL halfback (Canton, Cleveland, Oorang, Rock I, etc)

1896-09-27

George Bender, Cleveland, (Rep/Sen-R-Oh)

1900-11-21

Alice Calhoun, Cleveland OH, Silent film actress (Flowing Gold)

1902-12-09

Margaret Hamilton, Cleveland Ohio, actress (Wicked Witch-Wizard of Oz)

1903-03-05

Lowell Peters, Cleveland Tn, vocalist (Southernaires)

1903-08-06

Georgine Cleveland, 1800 Days to Justice

1903-08-06

Jean Cleveland, While the Cat's Away

1903-08-24

Ed McAuley, The Kid from Cleveland

1904-10-25

[Herman] Denny Shute, Cleveland Ohio, American golfer and three-time major champion

1906-01-01

Jack Barnett, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

1906-07-08

Philip Johnson, Cleveland Ohio, Cortalyou architect

1907-11-16

Burgess Meredith, Cleveland Ohio, actor (Mr Novak, The Penguin in Batman, Rocky), (d. 1997)

1908-09-07

Paul Brown, Norwalk Ohio, NFL hall of famer (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1908-11-19

Alan Baxter, East Cleveland OH, actor (Big Town Girl, Rags to Riches)

1911-02-14

Florence Rice, Cleveland OH, actress (Double Wedding, Riding on Air)

1911-03-18

Al Benton, The Kid from Cleveland

1912-06-30

Dan Reeves, NFL team owner (Cleveland/LA Rams)

1913-12-16

Buddy Parker, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1914-02-09

Bill Veeck, The Kid from Cleveland

1914-02-23

Mike Tresh, The Kid from Cleveland

1914-07-02

Frederick Fennell, Cleveland Ohio, conductor (Time & Winds)

1915-08-21

Jack Weston, [Morris Weinstein], Cleveland, actor (4 Seasons, Rad)

1915-12-13

Mark Stevens, Cleveland Ohio, actor (Big Town, Martin Kane)

1917-09-02

Cleveland Amory, Nahant Mass, conservationist/TV reviewer (TV Guide)

1917-09-13

Robert Eugene Ward, Cleveland Ohio, composer (Pantaloon)

1917-10-21

Frank Papish, The Kid from Cleveland

1917-9-02

Cleveland Amory, Episode dated 18 July 1962

1918-10-30

Robert Feller, Van Meter Iowa, MLB pitcher (Cleveland Indians, led AL in strikeouts 7 times)

1918-11-03

Bob Feller, Van Meter, Iowa, American baseball pitcher (Cleveland Indian, 3 no-hitters)

1918-12-08

Sam Zoldak, The Kid from Cleveland

1919-05-24

Sid Couchey, Cleveland, Ohio, comic book artist (Richie Rich), (d. 2012)

1919-10-23

Wally Lemm, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1919-12-06

Jimmy Bivins [James], Cleveland, Ohio, Hall of Fame heavyweight boxer, (d. 2012)

1920-01-15

Steve Gromek, The Kid from Cleveland

1920-02-16

Lee Russell, Cleveland Oh, vocalist (Vincent Lopez)

1920-06-05

Marion Motley, AAFC, NFL fullback (Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh)

1920-09-22

Bob Lemon, San Bernardino, California, American MLB pitcher (Cleveland Indians)/manager (NY Yankees, 1978)

1921-10-05

Bill Willis, AAFC, NFL guard (Cleveland Browns)

1921-12-06

Otto Graham, Waukegan Illinois, NFL Quarterback (Cleveland Browns)

1921-9-29

Franny Beecher, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

1922-11-09

Dorothy Dandridge, Cleveland, Ohio, American actress/singer/dancer (Porgy & Bess)

1923-02-23

Dante Lavelli, AAFC/NFL end wide receiver (Cleveland Browns)

1923-03-14

Bill Randle, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

1923-05-14

Bill Peterson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1924-01-25

Lou "The Toe" Groza, AAFC, NFL tackle, kicker (Cleveland Browns)

1924-04-16

Henry Mancini, Cleveland, composer/conductor (Pink Panther)

1924-10-27

Ruby Dee, Cleveland, Ohio, American actress (A Raisin in the Sun, American Gangster)

1925-01-25

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

1925-02-17

Hal Holbrook, Cleveland, actor (All the President's Men, Mark Twain)

1925-05-11

William Glasser, Cleveland, OH, psychiatrist (reality therapy, choice theory), (d. 2013)

1925-06-16

Richard Jacobs, philanthropist/sports owner (Cleveland Indians)

1925-06-23

Art Modell, owner (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Modells Stores), (d. 2012)

1926-02-18

Len Ford, NFL end (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers)

1926-05-03

Jimmy Cleveland, Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser

1926-05-06

[Martin] Ross Hunter, Cleveland OH, actor (Ever Since Paris)

1926-08-24

Nancy Spero, Cleveland USA, American feminist artist

1927-06-21

Carl Burton Stokes, Cleveland, (Mayor-Cleve)/TV newscaster

1928-03-25

James A Lovell Jr, Cleveland Ohio, American astronaut (Gemini 7, 12, Apollo 8, 13)

1929-07-18

"Screamin' Jay" Hawkins, Cleveland, rocker (I Put a Spell on You)

1930-02-15

C F Payne, Cleveland, British chief constable

1930-06-21

Mike McCormack, NFL offensive tackle (NY Yankees, Cleveland, Phila)

1931-04-24

Lou DiMuro, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1931-05-23

Patience Cleveland, Donnie Darko

1931-12-05

James Cleveland, Mississippi Burning

1932-01-05

Chuck Noll, Cleveland Ohio, NFL coach (Pittsburgh Steelers)

1932-12-23

Revjames Cleveland, rocker

1933-03-17

Tom Bettis, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1933-06-07

Herb Score, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1933-06-10

Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1933-06-30

Cleveland Williams, Sonny Liston: The Mysterious Life and Death of a Champion

1934-06-16

Bill Cobbs [Wilbert], Cleveland, Ohio, American actor (Night at the Museum, The Color of Money)

1934-07-24

Willie Davis, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay)

1934-09-27

Greg Morris, Cleveland Ohio, actor (Mission Impossible, Vega$)

1935-01-26

Henry Jordan, Emporia Va, NFL defensive tackle (Cleveland, Green Bay)

1935-02-15

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1935-07-23

Cleveland Dunkin, rocker (Penguins)

1935-08-16

Bill Glass, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1936-02-17

Jim Brown, St. Simons Georgia, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1936-05-30

Keir Dullea, Cleveland OH, actor (2001, 2010, David & Lisa)

1937-10-28

Lenny Wilkins, NBA player/coach (Seattle, Cleveland, Atlanta)

1937-11-03

Jim Houston, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1938-10-26

Ross Fichtner, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1939-08-02

Wes Craven, Cleveland OH, director (Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream)

1940-07-03

Cesar Tovar, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1940-08-20

Gary Collins, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1941-01-29

Bill Nelsen, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1941-07-25

Nate Thurmond, Akron Ohio, NBA star (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1942-01-13

Carol Cleveland, Monty Python and the Holy Grail

1942-05-20

Leroy Kelly, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-06-01

Ken McMullen, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1942-07-21

Mike Hegan, Cleveland, OH, MLB player (NY Yankees), (d. 2013)

1942-10-15

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1942-11-13

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1942-11-19

Larry Haney, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1942-11-28

Paul Warfield, NFL/WFL wide receiver (Cleveland, Miami, Memphis)

1942-12-24

David Cleveland, Vision On

1943-02-23

Bobby Wayne Mitchell, Chatham VA, PGA golfer (1971 Cleveland Open)

1943-03-07

Rick Redman, Cleveland Browns vs. San Diego Chargers

1943-03-30

Bo Scott, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1943-09-23

Marty Schottenheimer, McDonald Pennsylvania, American football coach (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1943-10-07

Jose Cardenal, Cleveland Indians vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays

1944-03-03

Odessa Cleveland, Hot Lips and Empty Arms

1944-03-28

Eppie Barney, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-02-06

Don Cockroft, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-04-25

Walt Wesley, NBA star (Cleveland Cavaliers, Milwaukee Bucks, LA Lakers)

1945-06-14

Billy Andrews, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-10-30

Ben Davis, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-12-07

Al Woodall, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1945-12-19

Elaine Joyce, Cleveland Ohio, actress (City of Angels, Mr Merlin)

1945-9-03

Masumi Hayashi, An American History: Resettlement of Japanese Americans in Greater Cleveland

1946-02-04

Steve O'Neal, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1946-02-26

Bobby "Bingo" Smith, NBA star (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1946-06-05

John Garlington, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1947-02-28

Jess Phillips, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-05-02

Gerald Irons, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-05-22

Fair Hooker, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1947-07-14

Steve Stone, Cleveland Ohio, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball)

1948-01-07

Joe Jones, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-03-10

Austin Carr, NBA star (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1948-03-25

Michael Stanley, Cleveland OH, rocker (Michael Stanley Band)

1948-05-23

Reggie Cleveland, baseball player

1948-05-23

Reggie Cleveland, Game 7

1948-10-16

Rich Caster, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1948-12-02

Charlie Hall, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1949-02-12

Doug Dieken, Bleeding Orange & Brown: A Cleveland Tradition

1949-04-09

Clarence Scott, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1949-08-11

Eric Carmen, Cleveland Ohio, rocker (All by Myself)

1950-03-02

John Reaves, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1950-04-16

Ron Bolton, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1950-07-03

Steve Crosby, Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings

1950-08-13

Tom DeLeone, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1951-01-23

Charlie Spikes, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1951-03-24

Casey Coleman, Bleeding Orange & Brown: A Cleveland Tradition

1951-06-21

Don Goode, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1952-03-08

Carlos Cleveland, The Wiz

1952-04-05

Cleveland Elam, Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers

1952-06-18

Carol Kane, Cleveland Ohio, actress (Dog Day Afternoon, Simka-Taxi)

1952-10-13

Bob Ingersoll, Made in Cleveland

1952-9-05

Cleo Miller, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

1953-08-20

Billy Brooks, San Diego Chargers vs. Cleveland Browns

1953-12-09

World B Free, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors)

1954-02-11

Ricky Feacher, Cleveland Browns vs. Seattle Seahawks

1954-09-30

Calvin Levels, Cleveland Ohio, actor (Knightwatch)

1954-11-12

Terry Robiskie, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1955-06-15

Tree Rollins, Winter Haven Fla, NBA center (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1956-02-19

George David Low, Cleveland Ohio, astronaut (STS 32, STS 43)

1956-03-16

Ozzie Newsome, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1956-04-15

Gregory J Harbaugh, Cleveland Ohio, astronaut (STS 39, 54, 71, 82)

1956-07-17

Jim Donovan, Bleeding Orange & Brown: A Cleveland Tradition

1956-08-22

Willis Adams, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1957-02-02

Ashley Cleveland, Tribulation Force

1957-05-19

Bill Laimbeer, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Pistons)

1957-06-04

Tony Pena, Monte Cristi Dom Rep, catcher (Cleveland Indians)

1958-01-05

Joe Cribbs, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1958-01-07

Kenny Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1958-04-05

Willie Tullis, Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns

1958-05-23

Drew Carey, Cleveland, Ohio, American actor & comedian (Drew-Drew Carey Show)

1958-09-16

Orel Hershiser, pitcher (LA Dodgers, Cleveland Indians)

1959-07-25

Pete Holohan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1959-10-16

Kevin McReynolds, Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians

1959-10-24

Junior Ortiz, Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians

1959-12-25

Missy Cleveland, Jackson Miss, playmate (April, 1979)

1959-12-25

Missy Cleveland, Blow Out

1960-02-02

Lee Chill, Cleveland Ohio, Canadian Tour golfer (1977 Ohio Jr)

1960-02-21

Eric Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions

1960-03-20

Steve Brown, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1960-07-21

Barry Redden, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1960-10-21

Olive Sullivan, Cleveland in My Dreams

1960-11-21

Mark Eichhorn, Cleveland indians vs. California Angels

1960-12-10

Paul Assenmacher, Detroit MI, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1960-12-10

Paul Assenmacher, Cleveland Indians vs. Seattle Mariners

1961-01-22

Vince Newsome, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-01-27

Dean Steinkuhler, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-03-21

Robert Lyles, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-07-18

Terry Taylor, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1961-08-23

Julio Franco, Sp de Macrois Dom Rep, infielder (Cleveland Indians)

1961-08-26

Patrick Allen, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1961-10-12

Chris Foerster, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1961-12-20

Bonnie Marino, Cleveland Oh, playmate (Jun, 1990)

1962-01-28

Michael Cage, NBA forward/center (Cleveland Cavaliers, NJ Nets)

1962-02-25

John Grimsley, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1962-08-17

Scott Alan Taylor, Cleveland Abduction

1962-08-24

Mary Ellen Weber, Cleveland Ohio, PhD/astronaut (STS 70)

1962-08-29

Carl Banks, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, NY Giants)

1962-09-15

Earnest Byner, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1962-9-17

Don Rogers, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1962-9-23

Mike Charles, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1963-02-10

Bennie Thompson, NFLer (Saints, Chiefs, Cleveland Browns/Ravens)

1963-02-25

Bruce Davis, Cleveland Browns vs. Seattle Seahawks

1963-03-01

Tony Castillo, Chicago White Sox vs. Cleveland Indians

1963-03-01

Rich Rodriguez, Cleveland Indians vs. Anaheim Angels

1963-05-14

Pat Borders, New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

1963-05-21

Richard Appel, The Cleveland Show

1963-08-05

James Wilder, Cleveland OH, actor (Scorchers, Zombie High, Murder 1)

1963-08-08

Ron Karkovice, Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox

1963-10-28

Lisa Bettio, Cleveland, WPVA volleyballer (Ft Myers Beach-17th-1992)

1963-11-13

Vinny Testaverde, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1963-11-25

Bernie Kosar, NFL quarterback (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns)

1964-02-16

Mark Price, NBA guard (Cleveland Caveliers)

1964-03-17

Don Griffin, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1964-03-30

Dave Ellett, Cleveland, NHL defenseman (Toronto Maple Leafs)

1964-06-29

Pepper Johnson, NFL linebacker (NY Giants, Cleveland Browns)

1964-08-03

Johnny Thomas, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1964-10-07

Rich DeLucia, Cleveland Indians vs. Texas Rangers

1965-01-21

Eric Moore, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1965-01-22

Steven Adler, Cleveland Ohio, drummer (Guns & Roses-Sweet Child)

1965-02-10

Lenny Webster, Baltimore Orioles vs. Cleveland Indians

1965-02-12

Ruben Amaro, US baseball outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1965-07-29

Henry James, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1965-07-31

Scott Brooks, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks)

1965-08-06

Brian Kinchen, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1965-10-19

Brad Daugherty, NBA center (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1965-12-15

Walter Reeves, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1966-01-21

Chris Hammond, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1966-02-06

Tom Tupa, NFL punter/quarterback (Cleveland Browns, NE Patriots)

1966-02-20

Derek Lilliquist, US baseball pitcher (Cleveland Indians, Atl Braves)

1966-02-27

Pete Smith, Baltimore Orioles vs. Cleveland Indians

1966-02-28

Tim Goad, NFL defensive tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1966-03-06

Michelle Edwards, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1966-03-14

Tony Woods, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1966-04-12

Lorenzo White, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1966-04-12

Lorenzo White, Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings

1966-04-28

Jim Poole, Rochester NY, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1966-05-22

Jose Mesa, Azua Dom Rep, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1966-05-24

Tony Jones, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)

1966-06-18

Sandy Alomar, Salinas Puerto Rico, catcher (Cleveland Indians)

1966-06-22

Camille Benjamin, Cleveland Ohio, tennis star

1966-10-17

Danny Ferry, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1966-10-26

David Miley, Milwaukee WI, Nike golfer (1992 Cleveland Open)

1966-11-23

Jerry Kelly, Madison WI, PGA golfer (1993 Nike Cleveland Open-2nd)

1966-11-25

Mark Whiten, New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians

1967-02-09

Stevon Moore, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1967-03-18

Andre Rison, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, KC Chiefs)

1967-05-05

Charles Nagy, Fairfield CT, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1967-05-31

Kenny Lofton, E Chicago Indiana, outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1967-08-07

Jason Grimsley, Cleveland TX, pitcher (California Angels)

1967-08-27

Rob Burnett, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens)

1967-12-15

Frank Hartley, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers)

1967-12-18

Charles Christopher Rymer, Cleveland TN, PGA golfer (1995 Shell-3rd)

1967-12-29

Kevin Toth, Cleveland Ohio, shot putter

1968-01-04

Mike Wilpolt, Head Coach of the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League

1968-01-27

Anthony Pleasant, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1968-01-27

Matt Stover, NFL kicker (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1968-03-17

Tyrone Hill, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1968-05-15

Leroy Hoard, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings)

1968-05-18

Ernie Logan, Miami Dolphins vs. Cleveland Browns

1968-06-08

Dave Mlicki, Cleveland Ohio, pitcher (NY Mets)

1968-09-20

Eric Turner, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)

1968-11-04

Carlos Baerga, Puerto Rico, infielder (Cleveland Indians)

1968-11-05

Bob Dahl, NFL guard/tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1969-01-13

Dan Footman, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts)

1969-01-14

Rico Smith, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns)

1969-01-21

Rusty Greer, Cleveland Indians vs. Texas Rangers

1969-02-07

Bucky Richardson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1969-02-20

Tommy Vardell, El Cajon, California, American NFL fullback (Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions)

1969-03-15

Louis Riddick, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1969-03-21

Jennifer Lyn Jackson, Cleveland Ohio, playmate (April, 1989)

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1969-04-15

Jeromy Burnitz, Westminster CA, outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1969-06-20

Gerald Dixon, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals)

1969-06-27

Mark Telerico, Cleveland Ohio, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 S Florida)

1969-07-08

Dana Hall, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns)

1969-07-14

Jose Hernandez, Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians

1969-07-15

John Crotty, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Portland Trailblazers)

1969-08-05

Halle Cioffi, Cleveland OH, tennis star

1969-10-03

Carl Thomas, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1969-10-03

Eddie Sutter, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons)

1969-10-17

Joe Courtney, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1969-11-26

Shawn Kemp, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers, Seattle Supersonics)

1969-11-27

Tim Laker, Cleveland Indians vs. Texas Rangers

1969-11-28

Pio Sagapolutele, NFL defensive tackle (NO Saints, Cleveland Browns)

1969-12-19

Michael Bates, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers)

1969-12-20

Bobby Phills, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Charlotte Hornets)

1970-01-06

Keenan McCardell, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Jaguars)

1970-01-23

Alan Embree, Vancouver WA, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1970-01-25

Chris Mills, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers, NY Knicks)

1970-04-05

Tim Jacobs, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins)

1970-04-08

Harold Bishop, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns)

1970-05-20

Terrell Brandon, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Milwaukee Bucks)

1970-05-23

Ricky Gutierrez, Cleveland Indians vs. Anaheim Angels

1970-07-20

Tom Sherrer, Syracuse NY, Nike golfer (1994 NIKE Cleveland Open-2nd)

1970-08-21

Steve Everitt, NFL center (Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles)

1970-08-27

Jim Thome, Peoria IL, infielder (Cleveland Indians)

1970-09-16

Paul Shuey, Lima OH, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1970-10-12

Herman Arvie, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1970-11-09

Chad Ogea, Lake Charles LA, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1970-11-26

John Amaechi, NBA center/forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1970-12-12

Orlando Brown, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1970-12-15

Mitchell Butler, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Cleveland Cavaliers)

1970-12-19

Jon Cleveland, Fresno CA, Canadian 100m/200m swimmer (Oly-br-92, 96)

1970-9-18

Everett Lindsay, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns

1971-01-06

Jed DeVries, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1971-01-30

Quentin Neujahr, NFL center (Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns)

1971-02-12

Romeo Bandison, NFL defensive tackle (Cleveland Browns)

1971-02-19

Wally Williams, NFL center/guard (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-03-28

Wesley Person, NBA guard (Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers)

1971-03-29

Ryan Lambert, Cleveland, Ohio, American performer (Kids Incorporated) lead singer (Elephone)

1971-04-15

Rich McKenzie, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns)

1971-05-01

Corey Fuller, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1971-05-05

Harold Miner, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1971-05-23

Issac Booth, NFL cornerback/safety (Cleveland Browns)

1971-08-31

Mike Caldwell, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals)

1971-11-06

Derrick Alexander, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-11-13

Craig Powell, NFL linebacker (Cleveland Browns)

1971-12-21

Ernest Hunter, NFL running back (Cleveland Browns)

1972-01-14

Michael Davis, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1972-03-14

Aris Brimanis, Cleveland, NHL defenseman (Phila Flyers)

1972-05-05

Rushia Brown, WNBA forward/center (Cleveland Rockers)

1972-05-23

Isabelle Fijalkowski, WNBA center/forward (Cleveland Rockers)

1972-05-25

Antonio Lang, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1972-05-30

Manny Ramirez, Santo Domingo Dom Rep, outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1972-06-16

Shawnelle Scott, NBA center (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1972-07-10

Damon Sharpe, Cleveland Ohio, actor/musician (Guys Next Door)

1972-07-17

Donny Marshall, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1972-07-31

Antonio Langham, NFL cornerback (Cleveland Browns)

1972-08-06

Mike Frederick, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1972-08-24

Ian Moran, Cleveland Ohio, US hockey defenseman (Olympics-1994, Pitts)

1972-09-06

Eric Zeier, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns)

1972-12-03

Eva Nemcova, WNBA forward/guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1972-9-23

Pep Harris, Cleveland Indians vs. Anaheim Angels

1973-03-10

Earl Little, St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns

1973-03-25

Bob Sura, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1973-04-20

Todd Hollandsworth, Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox

1973-05-22

Julian Tavarez, Santiago Dom Rep, pitcher (Cleveland Indians)

1973-06-21

Merlakia Jones, WNBA guard/forward (Cleveland Rockers)

1973-09-27

Tina Nicholson, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1973-12-20

Jenny Boucek, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1974-02-04

Derek Koger, Made in Cleveland

1974-02-05

Adrienne Johnson, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1974-04-07

Anita Maxwell, WNBA forward (Cleveland Rockers)

1974-07-04

Wilson Cleveland, Kept Man

1974-07-18

Derek Anderson, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1975-03-11

Cedric Henderson, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1975-03-21

Vitaly Potapenko, NBA center (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1975-04-12

Marcie Alberts, WNBA guard (Cleveland Rockers)

1975-06-05

Zydrunas Ilgauskas, NBA center (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1975-11-08

Brevin Knight, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)

1975-12-28

Aseem Batra, Cleveland Jr. Cherry Bomb

1976-05-04

Jason Michaels, Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

1976-10-27

Arturo Freeman, Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins

1976-12-09

Daylon McCutcheon, Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1976-12-20

Aubrey Huff, Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

1977-02-05

Adam Everett, Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

1977-03-05

Wally Szczerbiak, 2009 East Finals Game 5: Orlando Magic at Cleveland Cavaliers

1977-08-17

Mike Maroth, Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers

1978-03-30

Josh Bard, Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians

1978-05-15

Juqua Thomas, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-07-17

Kevin Curtis, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1978-10-26

Dave Zastudil, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1979-01-29

Jason Cleveland, Fingerprints

1979-06-20

Patrick Antone, Made in Cleveland

1979-10-10

Kawika Mitchell, Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills

1979-12-07

Walter Young, Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

1979-9-03

Langston Walker, Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills

1979-9-29

Shelley Duncan, Cleveland Indians vs. San Francisco Giants

1980-01-24

Rocky Boiman, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

1980-08-17

Corey Williams, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1981-06-02

Stefan Logan, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

1981-12-30

Kyle Eckel, Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles

1982-05-24

Rian Wallace, Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers

1982-06-22

Steve Yano, An American History: Resettlement of Japanese Americans in Greater Cleveland

1983-05-08

Lawrence Vickers, Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

1983-09-09

Cleveland Taylor, International footballer

1984-05-24

Brodney Pool, New York Giants vs. Cleveland Browns

1986-11-28

Joe Burnett, Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

1991-01-26

Andrew Cleveland, Future Tense

1991-06-10

James Cleveland McFadden-Talbot, son of Gates McFaden (Star Trek NG)

2002-02-05

Davis Cleveland, The Fight

Cleveland - Notable Weddings

Frederick Law OlmstedJun 13, 1859

Grover ClevelandJun 2, 1886

Cleveland - Weddings
Date Event
1859-06-13

Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted (37) weds Mary Cleveland

1886-06-02

22nd and 24th US President Grover Cleveland (49) weds Frances Folsom (21) in the Blue Room at the White House

2011-01-01

"Hot in Cleveland" star Valerie Bertinelli weds financial planner Tom Vitale at their home in Malibu, California

2011-05-22

R&B singer Keyshia Cole (28) weds NBA Cleveland Cavaliers Daniel Gibson (25) in Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland - Notable Divorces

Eddie Van HalenDec 20, 2007

Cleveland - Divorces
Date Event
2007-12-20

"Hot in Cleveland" actress Valerie Bertinelli (47) divorces guitarist Eddie Van Halen (52) due to irreconcilable differences after 25 years of marriage

Cleveland - Notable Deaths

Grover ClevelandJun 24, 1908

Paul BrownAug 5, 1991

Cleveland - Deaths
Date Event
1658-04-29

John Cleveland, English poet (b. 1613)

1709-10-09

Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, English mistress of Charles II of England (b. 1640)

1806-11-16

Moses Cleaveland, founder of Cleveland, Ohio (b. 1754)

1908-06-24

Grover Cleveland, 22nd & 24th US President (1885-89, 93-97), dies at 71

1908-06-24

Grover Cleveland, President Cleveland and President McKinley

1916-10-28

Cleveland Abbe, American meteorologist (b. 1838)

1925-06-21

Benjamin D. Cleveland, Down to the Sea in Ships

1926-01-05

Dwight Cleveland, The Face of the World

1941-12-08

Dorothy Cleveland, Citizen Kane

1947-10-29

Frances Cleveland Preston, former 1st lady (1885-89 93-97), dies at 83

1950-11-04

Grover Cleveland Alexander, American baseball player (b. 1887)

1950-11-04

Grover Cleveland Alexander, 1915 World's Championship Series

1957-07-15

George Cleveland, actor (Grampa-Lassie), dies at 74

1957-07-15

George Cleveland, Blue Steel

1958-03-12

Franklin Lewis, The Kid from Cleveland

1966-10-04

Mike Tresh, The Kid from Cleveland

1967-03-02

Jack Barnett, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

1970-07-30

George Szell, Hungarian/US conductor (Cleveland Orch), dies at 73

1981-10-29

William O Walker, publisher of Cleveland Call Post, dies at 85

1982-06-07

Lou DiMuro, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1986-01-02

Bill Veeck, The Kid from Cleveland

1986-06-27

Don Rogers, of Cleveland Browns, dies of cocaine poisoning

1986-06-27

Don Rogers, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

1988-10-02

Wally Lemm, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1991-02-09

James Cleveland, American gospel singer (b. 1931)

1991-02-09

James Cleveland, Mississippi Burning

1991-08-05

Paul Brown, NFL founder (Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals), dies at 82

1991-12-12

Ken Keltner, US baseball player (Cleveland Indians), dies at 75

1993-08-05

Bill Peterson, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

1993-11-04

Cliff Young, pitcher (Cleveland Indians), dies in car accident at 29

1994-07-14

Cesar Tovar, Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics

1998-10-14

Cleveland Amory, American writer and animal rights activist (b. 1917)

1998-10-14

Cleveland Amory, Episode dated 18 July 1962

1999-06-30

Walter Johnson, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

1999-09-03

Cleveland Williams, Sonny Liston: The Mysterious Life and Death of a Champion

2000-01-11

Bob Lemon, American baseball player (Cleveland Indians), dies at 79

2000-02-10

John Garlington, Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys

2000-11-29

Lou Groza, The Detroit Lions vs. the Cleveland Browns

2001-08-14

Missy Cleveland, Blow Out

2002-03-12

Steve Gromek, The Kid from Cleveland

2004-01-21

Eppie Barney, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

2004-05-27

Patience Cleveland, Donnie Darko

2004-07-09

Bill Randle, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

2004-12-07

Steve Yano, An American History: Resettlement of Japanese Americans in Greater Cleveland

2006-08-17

Masumi Hayashi, An American History: Resettlement of Japanese Americans in Greater Cleveland

2006-11-27

Casey Coleman, Bleeding Orange & Brown: A Cleveland Tradition

2008-02-06

John Grimsley, Cleveland Browns vs. Houston Oilers

2008-08-23

Jimmy Cleveland, Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser

2008-10-20

Gene Hickerson, Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

2010-07-09

Milt Morin, New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns

2012-07-12

Cleveland Elam, Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers

2013-04-02

Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots vs. Cleveland Browns

2014-02-24

Franny Beecher, The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey

2015-02-28

Tom Bettis, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns

2017-08-24

Former Texas Rangers, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers GM Joe Klein dies at age 75


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