Cleveland Indians News – 2013 Indians Updates
4/3/13 - Reports say that Cleveland Indians ticket sales are up and fans are excited about their restructured squad. The Indians proved they are capable of winning in their season opener against World Series favorites, Toronto Blue Jays
. Cleveland’s gloves were golden that night and the Indians managed to score four runs off NL Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey. The tribe will return to Progressive Field
for Opening Weekend against the New York Yankees
Monday. The series is the most expensive this season but Opening Day tickets are averaging $13 less a seat since last month, now just $93. If you recall, the Indians broke the Opening Day attendance record for Progressive Field last year. The Indians have the seventh most expensive ticket in April (avg. $61) and will matchup against some big market teams - New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox
, Boston Red Sox
, and Philadelphia Phillies
The Cleveland Indians have acquired some key acquisitions this offseason. The Indians added RHP Trevor Bauer in a three-way trade along with starting pitcher Brett Myers, shortstop Mike Aviles, first baseman Mark Reynolds, and outfielders Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn. The Indians roster is young; 42-year old Jason Giambi may be the Veteran the Indians need to play the mentoring role — that is if he can prove his value at camp.
With Major League Baseball's assignments of "permanent rivals," the Indians and Pittsburgh Pirates will play just every third season. The Cleveland Indians assigned rival is the Cincinnati Reds who they will play twice at Progressive Field each year. This year Reds vs Indians tickets are averaging $47. The Cleveland Indians schedule includes matchups against division rivals Kansas City Royals
, Chicago White Sox, and Detroit Tigers
Cleveland Indians tickets are the third cheapest in the League with regular season tickets averaging just $9 more than Indians Spring Training tickets. The average Indians baseball tickets are $45 for the 2013 season. Cheap Indians tickets are available for many home games with a get-in price of $20 or less. To see the Indians on the road, you'll pay $30 more per ticket on average.
Don't miss out on Indians tickets this season. Back in the late 90's it was the Indians who sold out 455 consecutive home baseball games as the demand for Cleveland Indians tickets was at an all-time high. If this young Indians roster can match the success of those 90's teams, expect Indians tickets to sell out once again.