Cleveland Indians Schedule – multiple Central Division winners
Winners of no less than six AL pennants, ten Central Division titles and two World Series, the Cleveland Indians are one of the most historic teams in Major League Baseball. Check out the range of Cleveland Indians schedule tickets currently available on StubHub.
Formerly the Cleveland Naps
Established way back in 1894, the Cleveland Indians went through several names, including the Grand Rapids Rustlers, Cleveland Lake Shores and Cleveland Naps, before adopting their more familiar moniker in 1914. The team won their first World Series title six years later and added a second to their trophy cabinet in 1948. Nicknamed The Wahoos in reference to their one-time logo, Chief Wahoo, the franchise has also picked up no less than six American League pennants and ten Central Division titles during their rich history, with notable Hall of Famers to have pulled on the largely all-white kit including Joe Sewell, Bob Lemon, Lou Boudreau, Stan Coveleski and Earl Averill. In 2017, the team achieved the lengthiest American League winning streak ever with a run of 22 consecutive victories. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see the historic team in action on the field and take a look at the various Cleveland Indians schedule tickets now on offer at StubHub.
From Cleveland Stadium to Progressive Field
The Cleveland Indians spent the majority of their early years at League Park before moving permanently to Cleveland Stadium in 1937 where they remained for the next six decades. Since 1997, they have called the 35,000-capacity Progressive Field their home. That same year, the venue also became one of the few in the Major League Baseball to stage both a World Series and All-Star game in the same season. Since then, it’s also held concerts for the likes of Jason Aldean, Billy Joel and Luke Bryan, been crowned by Sports Illustrated as the Best MLB Stadium and spurred the Indians on to no less than six Central Division titles. The atmosphere is at its most electric when MLB rivals such as the Cincinnati Reds, the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago White Sox come to town. Fan traditions, such as John "The Drummer" Adams playing the bass drum and songs such as The McCoys’ "Hang on Sloopy" and Ian Hunter’s "Cleveland Rocks" being blared out during key points, ensure there’s always a great vibe. You can both buy and sell the Cleveland Indians schedule tickets on StubHub.