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The Cleveland Indians’ 1948 World Series win against The Braves looked to be the beginning of something great. Sporting News gave the 1948 Indians team the title of 9th best team ever in history. 1948 was also a big year in America.
Milk was 86 cents a gallon.
And gas was only 26 cents a gallon.
New president Harry Truman desegregated the Armed Forces.
“Nature Boy” by Nat King Cole was one of the most popular songs of the year.
Air conditioning was offered in automobiles.
Cable TV was introduced.
Image via Library of Congress.
Things sure have changed. Good luck, Cleveland Indians!