2015 Cleveland Indians Schedule
The Indians are back with another talented roster loaded with some of the brightest
stars of both today and tomorrow, giving you plenty of reasons to get out to the stands so you can see if they have what it
takes to make a title run. In 2014, the Indians finished above.500 and were in the playoff mix throughout the regular season,
delivering plenty of big-time wins that had them as one of the top teams in the ultra-competitive A.L. Central. Though it's
never easy to track down the Tigers or the Royals, the Indians clearly have one of the most exciting teams in the American
League and have no intention of going quietly anytime soon.
One of the biggest reasons for that, of course, is breakout
star Michael Brantley, who is gaining a league-wide reputation as one of the most complete players in the game. Brantley showed
that he can do it all, including hitting for both power and average, which helps to make him one of the focal points as the
Indians look to continue to gather momentum for the franchise. With all sorts of talent surrounding Brantley and a tradition
of winning in Cleveland, this is a team that is sure to be very dangerous throughout the 2015 regular season as they look
to make their move back towards the postseason.
So as the Indians hope to put together yet another major playoff run,
the stands are sure to be absolutely packed to the brim with intensity, though that's something you'll have to see for yourself
to truly appreciate. Progressive Field is known as being the perfect backdrop for a big baseball game, and there is no better
place in the world during the playoffs if you're an Indians fan. But even though home games are a must, there is something
special about seeing your team on the road, so snag a few seats and let StubHub take you to a great game that you won't soon
forget. With a schedule packed with games all over, the Indians will be brushing up against some of the most talented players
and teams in the league all year long, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and make sure that you don't miss a second
of the action as the Indians take aim at the top of the standings.
Cleveland Indians Team Info
to guys like Michael Brantley, Carlos Santana, Corey Kluber and more, the Indians have some major talent and won't be going
quietly in the A.L. Central no matter how steep the competition. In 2014, it was the Tigers who walked away with the division,
though the Indians were right in the action deep into the season and showed that they have the type of talent to play with
any other team in the league. With the Indians looking to continue their march forward with the franchise and fans get to
watch their potent young roster elevate its game in a very big way, there has never been a better time to head out and make
sure that you don't miss a second of the action.
The MLB Experience
When your favorite player strolls
to the plate with the game on the line, there is nothing close to being there so you can actually see the big game the way
it was meant to be seen. Sure, you could watch from home or that dingy bar down the street, but it pales in comparison with
actually being there to join in the action first-hand. Be there for all of the bench-gripping moments that you'll be talking
about well after it's over, as there is nothing else like Major League Baseball when the game heats up in a nail-biter. This
is a sport that has been dazzling generation after generation with the unbelievable athletes that take to the field on a regular
basis, and it's still a game that you have to see for yourself to truly appreciate.
Cleveland Indians History
being called the Grand Rapids Rustlers at one point and the Cleveland Lake Shores during another, the franchise as it's known
today came together as the Cleveland Indians in 1915, and since then they have been an absolute staple of the local sports
scene. It obviously didn't hurt that the Cleveland Indians have two World Series championships to their credit, one coming
in 1920 and the other in 1948. They have won the American League pennant five times, most recently in 1997. In their history,
the Indians have also had an embarrassment of riches in terms of legendary players, including Bob Feller, Shoeless Joe Jackson,
Manny Ramirez, Jim Thome, Nap Lajoie and more.
Cleveland Indians Trivia
Which player holds the franchise
record for most homers in a season?
That would be slugger Jim Thome, the power-hitting lefty who was one of the most
prolific home run hitters in the history of Major League Baseball. In 2002, Thome put it all together by belting a ridiculous
52 homers, marking the first and only time in his career that he would top 50 home runs in a season. All in all, Thome would
end up smacking 612 homers for his legendary career, with many of his greatest seasons happening in Cleveland with the Indians.
Cleveland Indians Fans
Fans of Major League Baseball are known for their loyalty and dedication to the teams
that they love the most. When it comes to the Cleveland Indians, the team's fan base is about as passionate as it gets, always
showing up in a big way to cheer on their favorite players. The Indians have had some great games over the years, and fans
have some amazing memories as a result, and these die-hards are always ready for more great Tribe moments. Whether you're
looking for a big game at home or an exciting matchup on the road, the Indians have plenty of options this year as they round
into form and again look to be a major factor in the American League postseason picture.