The 1965 Cleveland Indians season was a season in American baseball. The team finished fifth in the American League with a record of 87–75, 15 games behind the Minnesota Twins. The Indians played .500 ball for the first 40 games, then eventually heated up going on a 10 game winning streak at one point improving their record to 37-24. They would peak at 46-28, but would cool off significantly after the all star break and would only spend six days in first place. Still, the Indians 87-75 record would be the best win-loss record they would post between 1959 and 1994. This season also marked the return of Rocky Colavito. This led to an increase in attendance. The trade itself ended up being a disaster in the long run, even though it was successful short term (for one season).
October 21, 1964: Ralph Terry was sent to the Indians by the New York Yankees to partially complete an earlier deal made on September 5 (the Yankees sent players to be named later and $75,000 to the Indians for Pedro Ramos. The deal was completed on November 27, when the Indians received Bud Daley from the Yankees.