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The Cleveland Indians were established in the year 1894 and playing in the Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member team from the American League (AL). They are one of the oldest MLB teams and were part of the AL East Division from 1969 to 1993, and now playing their trade in the AL Central Division since 1994. The Indians spring training is held at the Goodyear Ballpark while the regular season games are played at the Progressive Field, their home since 1994.
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If you are a true fan of the team, you should get the Cleveland Indians tickets for important games before it gets sold. The franchise has won two World Series Championships (1920 and 1948), six AL Pennants, and ten division titles so far in their MLB journey. The Indians were last played in a World Series game in 2016 by defeating the Toronto Blue Jays (4-1) in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) but surrendered their 3-1 lead and failed to beat the Chicago Cubs (4-3) in one of the hard-fought World Series games in the history of MLB. We can hope them to end their long waiting for a third championship title soon.
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The Cleveland Indians were in the MLB playoffs fourteen times in their more than hundred years of journey in the MLB. The franchise won three consecutive AL Central Division titles in 2016, 2017, and 2018 ending eight-year postseason drought in the process. In 2008, they got thrashed by the Houston Astros (3-0) in the American League Division Series (ALDS) to end their postseason ride. If the Cleveland Indians qualify again in the upcoming MLB season, you can soon look for their no fee MLB playoffs tickets at FeeFreeTicket.com.
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The Cleveland Indians are an American professional baseball team. They are based in Cleveland, Ohio. The team was established in 1894. The Indians play a part in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) Central division. The Cleveland Indians got its current name in 1915 and their past names are Cleveland Naps (1903–1914), Cleveland Broncos (1902), Cleveland Bluebirds (1901), Cleveland Lake Shores (1900), and Grand Rapids Rustlers (1894–1899). The nicknames of the team are The Tribe and The Wahoos.
The present Ballpark of the franchise is Progressive Field and it is their home ground since 1994. The capacity of Progressive Field is 35,225. Their previous Ballparks were Cleveland Stadium (1932–1933, 1936–1993), nights and weekends only from 1934–1946 and League Park (1901–1932, 1934–1946). Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona is their spring training facility. The team is owned by Larry Dolan, Paul Dolan (controlling owner/Chairman/CEO), and Matt Dolan (part owner). The Manager of the franchise is Terry Francona and the General Manager is Mike Chernoff.
From its founding to the present, Cleveland baseball has been acknowledged and known vastly by their great players, title winnings, and great moments. The memories that the team have created, the great and unforgettable games that they played, the records that their players and the team itself put up, and the long and remarkable history of the Cleveland Indians have offered them a strong fan base. The mascot of the franchise is Slider. The Cleveland Indians franchise has an affluent history in baseball and the American sporting milieu.
Major league titles that the team won so far include World Series titles 2 times (1920 1948), American League Pennants 6 times (1920 1948 1954 1995 1997 2016), Central Division titles 8 times (1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2007 2016) and Wild card berths 1 time (2013). At the conclusion of the 2016 season, they had a regular season franchise record of 9,191–8,837 (.510). The franchise home ground is one of the oldest existing ballpark in the World.
The Cleveland Indians once held MLB’s longest sellout streak. From 1995 to 2001, tickets to Indians home games were sold out for a successive 455 times one after the other. The record was bettered by the Boston Red Sox who went on to put an amazing record with a 794 sellout streak from 2008 to 2013. The Cleveland Indians have produced a lot of greatest players in baseball history and numerous talented players have put on the uniform of the team.
From the team's beginning, the franchise somehow have managed to create great players such as Napoleon Lajoie, Johnny Allen, Roberto Alomar, Sandy Alomar, Max Alvis, Earl Averill, Bob Avila, Joe Azcue, Gary Bell, Stan Coveleski, Joe Gordon, Jack Graney, Ken Keltner, Duane Kuiper, Nap Lajoie, Bob Lemon, Kenny Lofton, Rick Manning, Jose Mesa, Minnie Minoso, Dale Mitchell, Guy Morton, Don Mossi, Charles Nagy, Ray Narleski, Satchel Paige, Tris Speaker, Pat Tabler, Jim Thome, Andre Thornton, Luis Tiant, Hal Trosky, Terry Turner, George Uhle, Omar Vizquel, Joe Vosmik, Leon Wagner, Rick Waits, Bill Wambsganss, and Early Wynn.