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Cleveland Indians Tickets: The Early Years
The Indians franchise began in 1901, when they were known as the Browns. In 1915, they became the Indians, and five seasons later, they would win 98 games and go on to win their first World Series!
After several mediocre seasons, the Cleveland Indians would again reach the finals after a 97 win season in 1948 and go on to win the World Series for a second time.
In 1954, they would set a franchise record with 111 wins, which was good enough for first place and another trip to the playoffs. This would be the last post season play for the Indians for forty years.
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Ending the Drought
After losing the World Series in 1954, the Indians would experience several seasons of mediocre baseball.
Things started to turn in the nineties. The season was 1995, and the Indians were playing great baseball. They were led by sluggers Albert Belle, Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, and Paul Sorrento, while the pitching staff featured Charles Nagy, Orel Hershiser and Dennis Martinez.
The Indians would win 100 games for an amazing 30 game lead in the American League Central and a trip to the post season for the first time in decades! This would also be the first of five straight seasons of finishing first in the Central Division. Starting in 1995, the Indians would clinch their division seven times over thirteen seasons.
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Building on Tradition
This season, the Indians turn to Shin-Soo Choo to continue his offensive production. Last season, the right fielder had his best output of his career with 22 HRs and 90 RBIs and looks to pick up where he left off.
In the DH spot is Travis Hafner, who tries to regain his power from previous years like '06 when he belted 46 HRs. Adding support to the offense should be Grady Sizemore and Carlos Santana, who both were injured last season and look to rebound with solid numbers.
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Cleveland Indians Tickets at Progressive Field
The Indians' tribal grounds are located at Progressive Field, which holds 45,000 and was ranked in 2008 by Sports Illustrated as the best ballpark in America!