Cleveland Indians MLB Playoff Tickets for the American League Divisional Series

The 2016 MLB Cleveland Indians lost to the Chicago Cubs in Game 7 of the World Series. They finished 1st in a tough American League East with 94 wins on the season. The Indians will be looking to get back to the World Series in the 2017 MLB season.

Find your 2017 Cleveland Indians tickets today! The Indians almost brought the World Series Championship home to Progressive Field however lost to the Chicago Cubs in an exciting Game 7.  The Indians are led by MLB All Stars Francisco Corey Kluber, Francisco Lindor and they will be looking to get back to the World Series in 2017. Check out the Cleveland Indians schedule below and grab your ticket today!

The Cleveland Indians have been around for over 100 years and are one of the original charter franchises of the American League. The other three original American League clubs that remain in the same city are: Chicago, Boston and Detroit. Although coming close in 2016 the Indians have not won the World Series since 1948.

The Indians play in the Central Division of the American League since 1994. They have won two World Series in 1920 and 1948 and six AL pennants in 1920, 1948, 1954, 1995, 1997, and 2016.

The fan base has always been a staple to the Cleveland community and Progressive Field. From 1995 until 2001, the team sold-out tickets for 455 straight games. It stood as a MLB ticket record until 2008 when the Boston Red Sox broke it. The Indians retired the number 455 in 2001. If you are looking at attending a Cleveland Indians home game at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH make sure to get you tickets early as they sell out often.

In the 2013 season, the Indians hired two-time World Series champion manager Terry Francona to manage the ball club. Turned out to be a great hire in that he got the Indians back to the World Series just three years later.

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