Cleveland Indians Information
The Cleveland Indians is one of the American professional baseball team originated in 1894 as the Grand Rapids Rustlers. The team is based in Cleveland, Ohio. The Indians compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a club member of the Central Division of American League. Progressive Field is the home ballpark where franchise plays its home games. The former ballparks of the team are Cleveland Stadium and League Park.
The Cleveland Indians were formerly known as Cleveland Naps (1903–1914), Cleveland Broncos (1902), Cleveland Bluebirds (1901), Grand Rapids Rustlers (1894–1899), and a few more. The Tribe is the nickname given to the Indians. The team got its name as a request by Charles Somers, the club owner. The official mascot of the team is Slider.
The Indians selected red, navy blue, and white as its uniform colors. The team won 2 World Series titles in 1920 and 1948, 6 AL Pennants, 10 Central Division titles, and 1 Wild card berth in 2013.
The Cleveland Indians are famous for winning 22 consecutive games from August 24 to September 14, 2017. It is the longest winning streak in American League history. At nearly every home game by the team, John Adams, known as "The Drummer" by baseball fans, plays the bass drum since 1973. The Indians dedicate a bobble-head day to Adams.
“Hang On Sloopy” by The McCoys is the song played during the middle of the 8th inning. Cleveland Rocks are also played at the end of the game by the team. The franchise owns many inductees into the Hall of Famers such as Walter Johnson, Stan Coveleski, Eddie Murray, Bob Lemon, Sam Rice, and several more. The recipients of the Ford C. Frick Award are Mel Allen and Jimmy Dudley.
Apart from other rewards and honors, many players of the Cleveland Indians have had statues made in their honor, including Bob Feller, Larry Doby, Frank Robinson, Luke Easter, and a few more.
Team Coach/Manager: Terry Francona
Minor league affiliates: Columbus Clippers, Akron RubberDucks, Lynchburg Hillcats, Lake County Captains, Mahoning Valley Scrappers, and a few others.
Season Record 2019: 93–69 (.574)
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