Russell Schneider was a sportswriter and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer for 32 years. He covered the Indians daily from 1964 through 1977. He has written one book on the Cleveland Browns and 12 books about baseball and the Indians, including The Cleveland Indians Encyclopedia, Lou Boudreau: Covering All the Bases, and The Glorious Indian Summer of 1995, and he is a lifelong fan of the team. He lives in Seven Hills, Ohio.
Books by Russell Schneider
Catching Up With 45 Good Old Guys from the Bad Old Days of the Cleveland Indians
From the mid-1950s through the mid-1990s, the Cleveland Indians fielded teams that just couldn't win. Yet each lousy team in those “ bad old days” had its share of good guys, likeable and colorful young men who earned a spot in fans' hearts, if not th . . . [Read More]