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The Cleveland Indians look to battle in the AL Central! Don't miss your chance to see your Cleveland Indians battle foes at beautiful Progressive Field! Buy your Cleveland Indians tickets now!
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Cleveland Indians Baseball Tickets

Picking up Cleveland Indians tickets to see a game at Progressive Field is a real treat for the whole family. Whether they're going to take in the atmosphere of the city, or to see some star players on the roster, fans are sure to have a great time. Seeing pre-season action at the team's Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arz., can be equally as exciting.

Originally established in 1894 as the Grand Rapids Rustlers, the now current Cleveland Indians have been members of the American League since 1901, later joining the Central Division in 1994. The Wahoos began their baseball life under many other monikers including the Cleveland Lake Shores, Bluebirds, Bronchos and Naps before morphing into the team that fans know and love today. The Ohio-based team has won two World Series in the 1900s - one in 1920 and the second in 1948.

Then the Tribe underwent a championship title drought for 60 plus years that was referred to as the “The Curse of Rocky Colavito.” This lean period is rumored to be due to a 1960 swap of player Rocky Colavito for a Detroit Tigers player.

The franchise gained major success in another outlet in 1989 as the focus of the popular film, "Major League." The movie, starring Charlie Sheen, James Gammon, Wesley Snipes and Rene Russo, focused around a team owner who purposely put together a terrible team so she could move the clubhouse to a different city, However, once the players found out about the plan, they started winning to rub it in her face. "Major League II" was released in 1994, but wasn't as successful as the original.

As with any competitive sport, and especially in MLB, rivalry rears its ugly head. The Cleveland Indians’ interstate rivalry with the Cincinnati Reds is intense, never leaving fans with a dull moment of on-field action. Some of this contention can be attributed to the Ohio Cup, which pits the two teams against one another.

Regardless if it’s a home or away game, the Cleveland Indians presence draws a crowd of fans that, from 1995 to 2001, led to a consecutive sellout of more than 450 home games! Fans show their love at the games and in rave reviews. Catch a game at Progressive Field and cheer your favorite players on to victory when you purchase your Cleveland Indians tickets today!