Also known as the ‘Tribe’ and ‘Wahoos’, Cleveland Indians have been entertaining baseball fans for more than a hundred years. Two time World Series champions in 1920 and 1948, the Indians have the distinction of producing some of the finest players in the history of baseball. Established as the ‘Lake Shores’ in the 1900, Cleveland Indians are part of the Central Division in the American League and represent the city of Cleveland. Although comfortably nestled in Midwestern United States, this franchise has a fan following that stretches all across the globe. This is one of the main reasons why scoring Cleveland Indians Tickets in the middle of a baseball season is considered to be an achievement.
Representing the Buckeye state, the Indians have been calling Progressive Field in downtown Cleveland home since 1994. President Bill Clinton threw the first ceremonial pitch and inaugurated a ball park which would later become ‘holy ground’ for its fans and players. Since its inauguration, Progressive field has witnessed some of the most exciting games in baseball. Cleveland Indians
is one of the most prolific franchises in American baseball and enjoys support from every corner of Ohio. Like any other team in baseball, the Indians over the years have seen their share of ups and downs. It has not been able to win the World Series for over a half a century but has a number of American League pennants to its name.
Initially known as Grant Paid Rustlers in 1894, Cleveland Indians
have won the World Series twice and won a number of Central Division titles. It has a number of season records to its name with Joe Jackson with the highest batting average in 1911 and most stolen bases by Kenny Lofton in 1996. Throughout its existence, Cleveland Indians
has been associated with some of the biggest names in baseball. Hall of famers like Bob Lemon, Al Lopez and Joe Gordon have all been part of this prolific franchise and shaped it into a spirited and universally admired outfit. It is because of these baseball greats that today Cleveland Indians
have acquired a reputation of fair play and integrity.
Every state has its own sporting preferences, New York has their Yankees, Illinois has the Bulls and Ohio has the Indians. A sport’s popularity can only gauged by the number of its followers and its resident fans. When talking about Indian fans it would be unfair not to mention John Adams aka ‘The Drummer’. Adams with his bass drum has entertained audiences at every home game since 1973. In recognition of his services, the management at Cleveland Indians
does not charge Adam for his seats. It is one of the few teams in baseball that has the distinction of selling out 455 consecutive home games from 1995 to 2001. With only a handful of teams that can boast this statistic, Cleveland Indians
are considered to be the gold standard when it comes to franchises in Major League Baseball.
The atmosphere at Cleveland Indians
games is always electric with excitement. With the team looking good this season and manager Manny Acta making key changes in the lineup, Indian fans have a lot to look forward to. Since his appointment as manager in 2009, the Indians have consistently performed well and shown considerable improvement with every passing season. This year is expected to be the turning point with the Indians looking all charged up and determined to take on their arch rivals Cincinnati Reds head on. The mere mention of both of these historical rivals alone is worth the price of admission. Walt Whitman said it best when talking about baseball ‘I see great things in baseball. It’s our game, the American game. It will repair our losses and be a blessing to us.’ Cleveland Indians tickets
is an excellent way for friends and families to come together and enjoy America’s favorite pastime.
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