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Cleveland Indians Postseason Tickets

Cleveland Indians Playoff tickets

Cleveland Indians Playoffs

There is nothing quite like being there when the game is on the line and the Indians are digging in looking to put the final touches on a huge win, particularly when it's the playoffs and two great teams are battling it out with everything on the line. The Indians have another tough squad loaded with playmakers who can do a little bit of everything, giving fans plenty of reasons for optimism as they look to make a run at the postseason in another season filled with twists, turns and nail-biting moments. As soon as you're there watching the big game the way it was meant to be seen, you'll definitely be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.

From spring training through the regular season to the playoffs, Major League Baseball has plenty of incredible match-ups, and the Indians always seem to be right in the thick of the excitement. If you make it out to the big game, you'll end up with an experience that you'll be talking about long after it's all over, as it doesn't get any better than watching baseball played at its highest possible level. The Indians won't go quietly when it comes to the postseason, providing plenty of incentive to head out and see the action up close and personal as they look to light up the scoreboard and make a playoff run.

The Experience

Dating all the back to the early days of the Olympics and chariot racing, people have been pouring in by the thousands for spectator sports, and that's not something likely to change any time in the near future. Things have changed a bit these days, but there are still some amazing sporting events that need to be seen up close and personal. Year in and year out, one of the best leagues out there is Major League Baseball, the perfect sport whether you're a die-hard fan or looking to bring your family to a little slice of America's Pastime. With the Twins looking to pile up the wins and become big-time factors in the A.L. Central, it's the perfect time to join in the melee.

The Team

The late '90s were probably the best time to get MLB tickets to see the Cleveland Indians' playoffs games, as the Tribe won the A.L. Pennant and played in the World Series in 1995 and 1997, giving fans lots of memories that are still talked about in Cleveland to this day. These days, anything can happen when you have a roster with rising stars and established vets, making the Indians one of the teams to watch as Michael Brantley, Nick Swisher and company lead the team into another exciting season. With a loaded schedule brimming with possibilities for the Indians and their fans, it's another year sure to be filled to the brim with nail-biting moments that will have you daydreaming about seeing the Indians take a swing at a title.

Cleveland Indians Trivia

Did you know that Shoeless Joe Jackson holds the franchise record for highest batting average in a season?

Not that pitchers had much luck against Shoeless Joe at any point in his career, but they really didn't know what to do when he stepped into the batter's box in 1911. That year, Shoeless Joe batted.408, setting the franchise record that holds firm to this day.

Cleveland Indians History

The Indians won the World Series in 1920 and 1948, getting them off to a good start with their fan base, which has remained loyal over the years as many great players have come to the team. Always a factor in the American League Central, the Indians have some major talent and aspirations of getting back into the mix for a potential title, giving you plenty of reasons to get out and watch them in action this season. Just a small sampling of the all-time greats that played for the Indians include Bob Feller, Manny Ramirez, Shoeless Joe Jackson and many, many more, and these days the Indians have another skilled roster loaded with playmakers that guarantee an exciting brand of Major League Baseball.

The Fans

Progressive Field is known as being the perfect backdrop for a big baseball game, and it's going to be once again rocking as the Indians take on the top teams in the league. We all know there are plenty of ways that you can follow the game, but watching the highlights on your smart phone isn't exactly the same thing as being there with tens of thousands of your fellow Indians fans when your team storms the diamond for a highly anticipated ballgame. If you've never been out to see the Indians in the playoffs, this could just be the year to change that as they hope to do some serious damage in the A.L. Central and make a run at the postseason this year.

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