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The Cleveland Indians are a baseball team that gets on base and has quality starts, but some issues. Mainly, the Indians cannot seem to get those runners they have on base to cross the threshold of home plate and cannot seem to get the bullpen to keep runners from getting home plate. How else would a team sport the 4th-best OBP yet only score the 11th-most runs and have the 13th-most quality starts and have the third-worst team ERA. Yet, all is not lost. Cleveland has managed to remain in the chase in the AL Central, even holding the first place standing for a little while. Thus, Cleveland Indians tickets to Progressive Field are meaningful in 2012, giving the city a chance to see a contender vie for a postseason spot.

The postseason history of the Cleveland Indians looks pretty bare. The team has won only two World Series and has only captured five American League pennants, but a closer look sees a team always on the cusp of playoff tickets. The great players and great seasons deserve far more respect than a team lampooned in the movie Major League.

Around the time the Indians won their first American League pennant and their first World Series in 1920 the team was constantly near the top of the standings. Cleveland baseball fans thought that just about every season could be season that ends with playoff tickets. A little over two decades later the Indians were in contention again. Stars like Lou Boudreau helped the franchise capture its second American League pennant and World Series in 1948 with a six game series against the Atlanta Braves. The team followed with another pennant and six second place finishes in nine years.

The most popular roosters Coco Crisp, David Riske and Josh Bard were traded to the Boston Red Sox and in return they brought reliever Guillermo Mota, third base Andy Mart, catcher Kelly Shoppach and outfielder Jason Michaels. Arthur Rhodes was traded to Philadelphia, while Phillies was traded for Michaels. Kevin Millwood and Scott Elarton, free agent pitchers, have signed up with other teams. They were replaced by Paul Byrd and Jason Johnson.Veteran players of Cleveland Indians are Eduardo Perez, Bob Wickman, Ben Broussard and Ronnie Belliard, who were brought in place of younger players and minor league prospects. Jeremy Sowers, Ryan Garko and Mart are the new players, who were traded from Buffalo. They are considered to be one of the top prospects for the season 2007.

In a match against Mets that was played recently, on March 5, Indians won the match by 2-1. While against the Yankees, Indians won the match by 6-5. Their recent record stands 78-84, placing them in the fourth position in the AL Central. Infielder Kevin Kouzmanoff, in his first major league at-bat, became the third player to hit a grand slam, thereby becoming the first player in his first major league pitch. Indians are currently carrying on with their spring training facility from Winter Haven, Florida to Goodyear, Arizona. In 2009, they will re-join the Cactus League.

Forty years later, the Cleveland Indians built a young team around sluggers like Jim Thome, Manny Ramirez, and Albert Belle and solid all around players like Roberto Alomar and Omar Vizquel. The pitching staff was led by Charles Nagy and the team regularly had playoff tickets at the end of the season after winning the American League Central six times in seven years. Cleveland was unfortunate to be good at the same time that the New York Yankees were dominant and only managed to make the World Series twice in 1995 and 1997, losing to the Atlanta Braves and the Florida Marlins.

The Indians have begun building another great young team again in the 21st century. Grady Sizemore is the leader of a young offense that includes Jhonny Peralta as a slugging shortstop and Ben Francisco as an all around talent in left field. For the team to go far with these playoff tickets the pitching needs to follow Cliff Lee’s lead. Lee has been tremendous this season and is likely to win the Cy Young Award. Aaron Laffey and Fausto Carmona will need to advance even more this season to compete for the World Series.

The Indians are looking to end their half century streak of not bringing home a world series win this year. They were one win away from the series last year but couldn't get past the Red Sox. This year they're in one of the toughest divisions in baseball and gave their work cut out for them. We've got great tickets available for every game on their schedule.

The Cleveland Indians had perhaps the most disappointing season of any team last year. They were picked to finish at the top of the AL Central, but were only able to reach .500 with a late season run. By mid-season the team had traded away C.C. Sabathia, fearing losing him to free agency without getting anything back.

The Indians postseason schedule will include great games at home at Progressive Field and on the road. The Ticket Specialists will have those terrific playoff tickets for the postseason series with a tremendous inventory of cheap seats from all over the seating chart. All any Cleveland fan needs to do to enjoy a playoff memory is visit the Ticket Specialists and pick up awesome tickets to see the Tribe play in live.

Well, the team has too hope that a lot of things go right at Progressive Field for Indians fans to be energized and buy enough tickets to fill home games. Cliff Lee returns after a Cy Young season last year and Grady Sizemore remains one of the most promising outfielders in baseball thanks to rare blend of speed and power.

The fact remains that much of the dangerous lineup is still there. Jhonny Peralta is a power hitting short stop, Travis Hafner is returning from injury, Shin-Soo Choo had a terrific half season worth of play, Ben Francisco is more power, Mark DeRosa is yet another power hitter, and Victor Martinez is coming back from his career worst batting average.

The rest of the pitching staff has potential. Fausto Carmona showed flashed of brilliance, as did Jeremy Sowers, in an otherwise awful season. Scott Lewis showed great potential in four starts last season and Anthony Reyes has been signed away from the Cardinals as a possible starter. The team also chose to gamble on Kerry Wood. Wood had a solid season as a closer for the Cubs last season and will try and hit all the marks for his $10 million incentive.

The Cleveland Indians were founded in Cleveland in 1901 and have won two World Series Championships in 1920 and 1948. The club is also among the American League’s eight charter franchises. Cleveland Indians ticket holding fans go to watch the team’s home games at Progressive Field (which was formerly Jacob’s Field). During the end of the 1910’s, although this team was pretty strong with players such as outfielder “Shoeless” Joe Jackson and second baseman Napoleon Lajoie they couldn’t win in the first few years of playing. This grieved anyone who had Cleveland Indians tickets at that time.

These Indians have a few batters worth talking about. Right fielder Shin-Soo Choo is leading the club with a .299 batting average, but more importantly he has a .384 OBP. Perhaps the most complete hitter of the season is shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera. He has a .284 batting average, a .364 OBP, and 11 stolen bases. Catcher Jason Kipnis is decent too. His .277 batting average, .345 OBP, and 11 homeruns are hardly impressive, but the 20 stolen bases are something to behold.

Cleveland’s starting rotation is alright with Justin Masterson, Derek Lowe, Ubaldo Jimenez and Josh Tomlin. The ERA range from 4.40 to 5.45 (three of the four are in the mid-4.00s). The welcome addition to the rotation is Zach McAllister. The 24-year-old starter and has managed to keep his ERA below 4.00 and his WHIP below 1.30. Both are excellent numbers for a player just entering the league. The real test comes his second time seeing the hitters. Then they will have had time to scout him and perhaps take down his strikeout ratio from about 9 every 9 innings, increase his WHIP, and decimate his ERA.

All this will be for not if the bullpen continues to blow leads. There are a few solid arms in the pen. Closer Chris Perez has an acceptable 3.34 ERA and 1.11 WHIP with 24 saves in 26 opportunities. He is the traditional closer, picking up about one strikeout every inning he throws. Vinnie Pestano and Joe Smith have been terrific setting up Perez. These two have managed to hold 36 games. Tony Sipp has been the third man, but he has not been nearly as effective. Esmil Rogers is the new addition to the pen. He is a high volume strikeout pitcher with a very low WHIP. General Manager Chris Antonetti might try and add another arm to the bullpen as well as another bat to the offense to fight for the division lead or one of the two wild card spots.

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Cleveland Indians vs. Kansas City Royals Apr 24, 2014
Thu 12:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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San Francisco Giants vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 25, 2014
Fri 7:15PM
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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San Francisco Giants vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 26, 2014
Sat 1:05PM
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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San Francisco Giants vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 27, 2014
Sun 1:05PM
AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 28, 2014
Mon 7:05PM
Angel Stadium
Anaheim, CA
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 29, 2014
Tue 7:05PM
Angel Stadium
Anaheim, CA
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 30, 2014
Wed 4:05PM
Angel Stadium
Anaheim, CA
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Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox May 2, 2014
Fri 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox May 3, 2014
Sat 6:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox May 4, 2014
Sun 1:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins May 5, 2014
Mon 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins May 6, 2014
Tue 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins May 7, 2014
Wed 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins May 8, 2014
Thu 12:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians May 9, 2014
Fri 7:10PM
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg, FL
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians May 10, 2014
Sat 7:10PM
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg, FL
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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians May 11, 2014
Sun 1:40PM
Tropicana Field
Saint Petersburg, FL
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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians May 13, 2014
Tue 7:07PM
Rogers Centre
Toronto, ONT
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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians May 14, 2014
Wed 7:07PM
Rogers Centre
Toronto, ONT
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Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians May 15, 2014
Thu 7:07PM
Rogers Centre
Toronto, ONT
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Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics May 16, 2014
Fri 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics May 17, 2014
Sat 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Oakland Athletics May 18, 2014
Sun 1:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers May 19, 2014
Mon 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers May 20, 2014
Tue 7:05PM
Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field)
Cleveland, OH
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The Cleveland Indians are a baseball team that gets on base and has quality starts, but some issues. Mainly, the Indians cannot seem to get those runners they have on base to cross the threshold of home plate and cannot seem to get the bullpen to keep runners from getting home plate. How else would a team sport the 4th-best OBP yet only score the 11th-most runs and have the 13th-most quality starts and have the third-worst team ERA. Yet, all is not lost. Cleveland has managed to remain in the chase in the AL Central, even holding the first place standing for a little while. Thus, Cleveland Indians tickets to Progressive Field are meaningful in 2012, giving the city a chance to see a contender vie for a postseason spot.

The postseason history of the Cleveland Indians looks pretty bare. The team has won only two World Series and has only captured five American League pennants, but a closer look sees a team always on the cusp of playoff tickets. The great players and great seasons deserve far more respect than a team lampooned in the movie Major League.

Around the time the Indians won their first American League pennant and their first World Series in 1920 the team was constantly near the top of the standings. Cleveland baseball fans thought that just about every season could be season that ends with playoff tickets. A little over two decades later the Indians were in contention again. Stars like Lou Boudreau helped the franchise capture its second American League pennant and World Series in 1948 with a six game series against the Atlanta Braves. The team followed with another pennant and six second place finishes in nine years.

The most popular roosters Coco Crisp, David Riske and Josh Bard were traded to the Boston Red Sox and in return they brought reliever Guillermo Mota, third base Andy Mart, catcher Kelly Shoppach and outfielder Jason Michaels. Arthur Rhodes was traded to Philadelphia, while Phillies was traded for Michaels. Kevin Millwood and Scott Elarton, free agent pitchers, have signed up with other teams. They were replaced by Paul Byrd and Jason Johnson.Veteran players of Cleveland Indians are Eduardo Perez, Bob Wickman, Ben Broussard and Ronnie Belliard, who were brought in place of younger players and minor league prospects. Jeremy Sowers, Ryan Garko and Mart are the new players, who were traded from Buffalo. They are considered to be one of the top prospects for the season 2007.

In a match against Mets that was played recently, on March 5, Indians won the match by 2-1. While against the Yankees, Indians won the match by 6-5. Their recent record stands 78-84, placing them in the fourth position in the AL Central. Infielder Kevin Kouzmanoff, in his first major league at-bat, became the third player to hit a grand slam, thereby becoming the first player in his first major league pitch. Indians are currently carrying on with their spring training facility from Winter Haven, Florida to Goodyear, Arizona. In 2009, they will re-join the Cactus League.

Forty years later, the Cleveland Indians built a young team around sluggers like Jim Thome, Manny Ramirez, and Albert Belle and solid all around players like Roberto Alomar and Omar Vizquel. The pitching staff was led by Charles Nagy and the team regularly had playoff tickets at the end of the season after winning the American League Central six times in seven years. Cleveland was unfortunate to be good at the same time that the New York Yankees were dominant and only managed to make the World Series twice in 1995 and 1997, losing to the Atlanta Braves and the Florida Marlins.

The Indians have begun building another great young team again in the 21st century. Grady Sizemore is the leader of a young offense that includes Jhonny Peralta as a slugging shortstop and Ben Francisco as an all around talent in left field. For the team to go far with these playoff tickets the pitching needs to follow Cliff Lee’s lead. Lee has been tremendous this season and is likely to win the Cy Young Award. Aaron Laffey and Fausto Carmona will need to advance even more this season to compete for the World Series.

The Indians are looking to end their half century streak of not bringing home a world series win this year. They were one win away from the series last year but couldn't get past the Red Sox. This year they're in one of the toughest divisions in baseball and gave their work cut out for them. We've got great tickets available for every game on their schedule.

The Cleveland Indians had perhaps the most disappointing season of any team last year. They were picked to finish at the top of the AL Central, but were only able to reach .500 with a late season run. By mid-season the team had traded away C.C. Sabathia, fearing losing him to free agency without getting anything back.

The Indians postseason schedule will include great games at home at Progressive Field and on the road. The Ticket Specialists will have those terrific playoff tickets for the postseason series with a tremendous inventory of cheap seats from all over the seating chart. All any Cleveland fan needs to do to enjoy a playoff memory is visit the Ticket Specialists and pick up awesome tickets to see the Tribe play in live.

Well, the team has too hope that a lot of things go right at Progressive Field for Indians fans to be energized and buy enough tickets to fill home games. Cliff Lee returns after a Cy Young season last year and Grady Sizemore remains one of the most promising outfielders in baseball thanks to rare blend of speed and power.

The fact remains that much of the dangerous lineup is still there. Jhonny Peralta is a power hitting short stop, Travis Hafner is returning from injury, Shin-Soo Choo had a terrific half season worth of play, Ben Francisco is more power, Mark DeRosa is yet another power hitter, and Victor Martinez is coming back from his career worst batting average.

The rest of the pitching staff has potential. Fausto Carmona showed flashed of brilliance, as did Jeremy Sowers, in an otherwise awful season. Scott Lewis showed great potential in four starts last season and Anthony Reyes has been signed away from the Cardinals as a possible starter. The team also chose to gamble on Kerry Wood. Wood had a solid season as a closer for the Cubs last season and will try and hit all the marks for his $10 million incentive.

The Cleveland Indians were founded in Cleveland in 1901 and have won two World Series Championships in 1920 and 1948. The club is also among the American League’s eight charter franchises. Cleveland Indians ticket holding fans go to watch the team’s home games at Progressive Field (which was formerly Jacob’s Field). During the end of the 1910’s, although this team was pretty strong with players such as outfielder “Shoeless” Joe Jackson and second baseman Napoleon Lajoie they couldn’t win in the first few years of playing. This grieved anyone who had Cleveland Indians tickets at that time.

These Indians have a few batters worth talking about. Right fielder Shin-Soo Choo is leading the club with a .299 batting average, but more importantly he has a .384 OBP. Perhaps the most complete hitter of the season is shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera. He has a .284 batting average, a .364 OBP, and 11 stolen bases. Catcher Jason Kipnis is decent too. His .277 batting average, .345 OBP, and 11 homeruns are hardly impressive, but the 20 stolen bases are something to behold.

Cleveland’s starting rotation is alright with Justin Masterson, Derek Lowe, Ubaldo Jimenez and Josh Tomlin. The ERA range from 4.40 to 5.45 (three of the four are in the mid-4.00s). The welcome addition to the rotation is Zach McAllister. The 24-year-old starter and has managed to keep his ERA below 4.00 and his WHIP below 1.30. Both are excellent numbers for a player just entering the league. The real test comes his second time seeing the hitters. Then they will have had time to scout him and perhaps take down his strikeout ratio from about 9 every 9 innings, increase his WHIP, and decimate his ERA.

All this will be for not if the bullpen continues to blow leads. There are a few solid arms in the pen. Closer Chris Perez has an acceptable 3.34 ERA and 1.11 WHIP with 24 saves in 26 opportunities. He is the traditional closer, picking up about one strikeout every inning he throws. Vinnie Pestano and Joe Smith have been terrific setting up Perez. These two have managed to hold 36 games. Tony Sipp has been the third man, but he has not been nearly as effective. Esmil Rogers is the new addition to the pen. He is a high volume strikeout pitcher with a very low WHIP. General Manager Chris Antonetti might try and add another arm to the bullpen as well as another bat to the offense to fight for the division lead or one of the two wild card spots.

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