Cleveland Indians Tickets
|Latest Cleveland Indians Tickets|
Globe Life Park
Jul 20 2018
Jul 23 2018
Jul 27 2018
Jul 30 2018
Guaranteed Rate Field
Aug 10 2018
Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians
Great American Ball Park
Aug 13 2018
Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians
Aug 20 2018
Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians
Aug 24 2018
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians
Sep 6 2018
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians
Sep 10 2018
Cleveland Indians Tickets Prices
The average Cleveland Indians tickets will cost you between $45 and $148, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Rogers Centre, Toronto on 06/09/2018. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 23/07/2018 at the Progressive Field, Cleveland.
Minimum get in price is for Cleveland Indians tickets is $6 for the event being held at the Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago on 10/08/2018 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Fenway Park, Boston on 20/08/2018 will set you back $26.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Texas Rangers vs. Cleveland Indians||Arlington||20-Jul-18||$70||$7|
|Cleveland Indians vs. Pittsburgh Pirates||Cleveland||23-Jul-18||$148||$19|
|Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians||Detroit||27-Jul-18||$80||$10|
|Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians||Minneapolis||30-Jul-18||$45||$10|
|Chicago White Sox vs. Cleveland Indians||Chicago||10-Aug-18||$66||$6|
|Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians||Cincinnati||13-Aug-18||$63||$10|
|Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians||Boston||20-Aug-18||$147||$26|
|Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians||Kansas City||24-Aug-18||$79||$13|
|Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians||Toronto||6-Sep-18||$45||$6|
|Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians||St. Petersburg||10-Sep-18||$70||$15|
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The Cleveland Indians are a Major League Baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. The team is nicknamed The Tribe. Currently, they currently are in the Central Division of the American League.
The club nickname and its cartoon logo have been criticized for perpetuating Native American stereotypes, and protests have arisen from time to time. In 1997, during the team's most recent World Series, three American Indian protesters were arrested, but later acquitted.
During the 1869 season, Open professional baseball began in Cleveland. Following the success of the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, one team was hired on salary for 1870, as in several other cities. When baseball club organization and "national" association membership boomed following the Civil War, the Forest City club was formed about 1865.
In 1871 the Forest Citys of Cleveland joined the new National Association of Professional Base Ball Players, the first professional league, as did the Forest Citys of Rockford, Illinois. New York and Philadelphia had been the home cities of most top baseball clubs before the league era. But only one club from each joined the professional NA, whose nine-city circuit was made up by four western clubs and eastern rivals in Washington, Troy, and Boston.
In 1876, the N.A was replaced by the National League as the major professional league. Cleveland was not among its charter members but by 1879 the league was looking for some new entries and the city returned to a major circuit.
Before joining the American Association in 1887, Cleveland went without major league ball for only two seasons. After that league's Allegheny club had jumped to the N.L. Cleveland followed suit in 1889, as the Association began to crumble. The Cleveland team slowly built up to becoming a power in the league. They acquired the unique nickname Spiders, a tag supposedly inspired by their long-limbed players.
In 1890, the Spiders survived a challenge from an entry in the one-season Players' League. The Spiders moved into League Park the next year. It would later become the home of Cleveland professional ball for the next 55 years. The Spiders became a contender in the mid-1890s led by native Ohioan Cy Young. They played in the Temple Cup Series (that era's World Series) twice and were successful in winning it in 1895. The team began to fade after that. Under the ownership of the Robison brothers, the team was dealt a severe blow.
Following the 1899 season, the National League disbanded the Cleveland franchise along with three other teams in Washington, Baltimore, and Louisville. The disastrous 1899 season would actually be a step toward a new future for Cleveland fans, the very next year.
Charles W. Somers and Jack Kilfoy were the original owners of the new team.Somers generously lent money to other team owners, including Connie Mack's Philadelphia A's, to keep them afloat. The American League began raiding the older League for players with the new league competing for fans. One of the players that jumped was Napoleon "Nap" Lajoie, a Philadelphia Phillies star who signed with the Philadelphia Athletics. Cleveland soon acquired the nickname Naps in honor of its popular new star.
The team could not reach the heights they had achieved in 1920 in the rest of the decade. Speaker and Coveleski were aging and the Yankees were rising with a new weapon: Babe Ruth and the home run. They managed two second-place finishes but spent much of the decade in the cellar.
The Tribe, as the Indians are affectionately referred to by Clevelanders, were a middling team by the 1930s. They had been finishing third or fourth most years. Cleveland introduced a 17-year old named Bob Feller in 1936. He was a pitcher with a dominating fastball. Feller struck out 17 batters in his first game. By 1940, Feller, along with Ken Keltner, Mel Harder and Lou Boudreau led the Indians to within one game of the pennant.
Cleveland Indians was purchased by the investment group of Bill Veeck in 1946 .Veeck brought to Cleveland a gift for promotion being a former owner of a minor league franchise in Milwaukee. He began the innovative Major League career a Cleveland. Veeck agreed to move the club out of League Park and into Municipal Stadium permanently. The massive stadium did, however, permit the Indians to set the all-time one game regular-season attendance record in 1954 at over 84,000.
Under Veeck's leadership, Cleveland's most significant achievement was breaking the color barrier in the American League by signing Larry Doby. He was formerly a player for the Negro League's Newark Eagles in 1947.
In 1966 Daley's syndicate sold the team to frozen food millionaire Vernon Stouffer of Stouffer Foods and the team appeared to be well financed.
In 1986, The Jacobs brothers, Richard and David bought the club from Patrick O'Neill, the son of O?Neill who died in 1983.
The team's slide on the ballfield continued until the Tribe's inaugural season at Jacobs Field in the strike-shortened year of 1994.
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