Cleveland Indians

The Progressive Field, in Cleveland, Ohio, is always buzzing with a huge gathering of Cleveland Indians fans. Since its debut in 1994, the Progressive Field has been the home field for the Cleveland Indians baseball team and is a frequent sellout.

The Cleveland “Indians” name was adopted in the 1914 baseball season when the name was requested to change by the club owner. The “Indians” was chosen by the media, who then nicknamed the baseball team the “Tribe” and the “Wahoos.” The Cleveland Indians mascot, on their logo, is known as Chief Wahoo in honor of this reference.

The Cleveland Indians have been going strong in the American Baseball League since they were established in 1901, bringing home the 1920 and 1948 World Series Championships. The Cleveland Indians are winners of several AL Central titles.

With a huge loyal fan base, tickets can be hard to come by for a Cleveland Indians fan. You should definitely buy your Cleveland Indians tickets soon, or it may be too late. Cleveland Indians tickets for the Progressive Field are on sale now, so buy yours today!

Progressive Field
2401 Ontario Street
Cleveland Ohio, 44115

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