2014 Cleveland Indians Road Schedule
If you're looking for action, you're definitely in the right spot, as the
Cleveland Indians are back with another talented squad that definitely isn't going to go quietly this season. Come out and
see all of the sprawling catches, jaw-dropping homers and bench-gripping moments that have become standard operation over
the years for the Indians. We all know that seeing them at home is an absolute must, but there's something extra special about
seeing the Indians take to the road against another prominent foe, which will happen again and again over the course of the
81-game road schedule in 2014.
The Indians will play a lot of road games against their American League Central rivals
in particularly, such as the Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals. No matter who they
play, though, it's great to watch the Indians in action in hostile territory, as you'll have an unbelievable experience that
you can't get by watching on that tiny flatscreen and pretending to get the vibes of the crowd. Once you're there watching
the big game the way it was meant to be seen, you'll understand loud and clear what the difference is.
though baseball is now played at a high level all over the world, Major League Baseball is still the premier league for a
reason, and it isn't because there is a lack of talent on the diamond. Get out and see a great game loaded with memorable
moments that you have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. This is America's Pastime at its finest, as seeing the ball diamond
with your own eyes and watching your favorite team light up the scoreboard will give you a completely different perspective
on your favorite team. Once you're there soaking up the excitement of a great game, you'll be glad that you're not sitting
Sports tickets to see the Cleveland Indians have been on sale since 1901, when
the team was known as the Cleveland Blues. Over the years, the Indians have had plenty of great players come through their
roster, and the current squad has enough talent to be a major factor in the A.L. Central – a division packed with talented
team that help make it one of the most competitive in baseball. 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.
Cleveland Indians Trivia
Did you know that Bob Feller owns the team
record for most complete games in a season?
Back in 1946, Bob Feller liked closing out his own starts so much that he
ended up putting together 36 complete games and leading the entire league in wins in the process as well.
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 you just never know who is
going to be the next superstar to burst onto the scene and take his game to the next level.
Field is always loaded with great fans, but that's not something you should take our word for. Ditch the couch and get out
to the stands so you can feel the buzz of the crowd in a way that you simply can't from home, no matter how expensive and
amazing your high-def TV is. There has never been a better time to grab your favorite gear so you can see the action first-hand
in another heart-pounding season of action.
But even though home games are obviously great, there is nothing quite like
being there in the stands to see the big game from a whole new perspective on the road. When the Indians are in the middle
of a great battle that has all the makings of a classic, the buzz of the crowd is sure to be unbelievable – and you'll
be right in the middle of it. Sure, we know you could follow the action from home in many different ways, but there is still
no substitution the digital age can conjure up that can equal the stadium experience. With thousands of fans at your side
and two talented teams down below on the diamond, it doesn't get any better.