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The Cleveland Indians went 1-3 against the Yankees in their latest four game series, which started on July 7. After losing by just one run, the Indians dominated against the Yankees in game 2. They came out swinging, with homers from Carlos Santana, Jason Kipnis and Lonnie Chisenhall, who also brought in Francisco Lindor, in the first inning. They continued to have a powerful offense, with homers from Mike Napoli and another from Kipnis, as well as a few other hits that drove in runs to win 10-2. However, they could not keep it up, and lost the next night in a game that went eleven innings and the final game. After the All Star break, they play the Twins. Tickets start at $32.
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The Cleveland Indians won their eleventh game in a row when they played the Braves on June 28 in the second of three games. The Indians got on the board early with two runs in the first inning, one of which was on a steal of home base by Francisco Lindor. The Braves tied it up in the sixth inning. In the ninth inning, Carlos Santana got an RBI single to get them ahead, and the Indians scored twice more to ensure their victory. Corey Kluber started on the mound, lasting eight innings. The two teams face off again on the 29, and the Indians will look to continue their winning streak. You can still get tickets for prices starting at just $3.

The Cleveland Indians were unable to get a win in their latest three game series against the Royals. The first game was close. The Royals were ahead 2-0 until the Indians finally got on the scoreboard in the eighth inning. However, it was not enough to take the game. The next night, it looked like the Indians might win the game. Going into the bottom of the eighth, the team was ahead 2-1. However, the Royals scored two to get ahead, and the Indians were unable to score in the ninth to take the game back. They will be looking to get some more wins when they host the White Sox for three games starting on June 17. Tickets are available starting at $43.

After breaking a five game winning streak with a loss against the Red Sox on May 21, the Cleveland Indians have yet to catch a break. They lost their last game against the Red Sox to lose the series 1-2. Then, they narrowly lost the first game in a four game series against the White Sox. The White Sox were ahead 7-3 going into the eighth inning. The Indians worked hard to rally, scoring three runs in the eighth inning. However, it was not enough to get past the White Sox, who won 7-6. The Indians continue their four game series against the White Sox from the 23-25, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at just $4.

The Cleveland Indians have looked unpredictable so far in the 2016 season. They currently hold a 16-14 record overall. While this may be pretty unremarkable, the Indians put on an extremely remarkable performance last night on the road against the Houston Astros. Houston had crushed Cleveland the night before in a 7-1 victory, which made yesterday’s rally all the more impressive. Cleveland didn’t just win; they shut out the home team completely. The Indians scored a pair of unanswered runs in both the second and eighth innings to take home the 4-0 win. Their next home game is this Friday against the Minnesota Twins. Tickets are currently $13 and up.

It looks like the Cleveland Indians have ended their short winning streak. After taking three consecutive victories against the Detroit Tigers, despite being away games, the Indians continued their away series to face the Minnesota Twins, but were not able to pull off a victory in the first two games. After this set, they will face one more opponent, the Philadelphia Phillies, before returning to Cleveland on May 3rd. They will be hosting the Tigers in a rematch set soon, so get your tickets to see the Cleveland Indians return to dominating the competition. Their record is 9-9, so they are revving to stack up the wins and return to the top.

The Cleveland Indians tied with the Angels 1-1 in their second to last Spring Training game on March 29. Trevor Bauer was on the mound for the Indians for the first six innings, during which he had seven strike outs and zero walks, and he gave up seven hits but no runs. This helped get his ERA to 2.25. The Indians scored in the third inning on Jose Ramirez' sacrifice fly. Corey Kluber started in their final Spring Training game against the Dodgers on the 30. The Indians beat the Dodgers 4-3. Opening day is just days away on April 4, and you can still get your tickets to see the Indians play the Red Sox for prices starting at $59.

The Cleveland Indians narrowly lost to the Reds in their latest Spring Training game on March 17. Jason Kipnis hit a homer to help the team out. Danny Salazar started on the mound, and he gave up five hits and five earned runs. He also nabbed four strikeouts but had one walk. The Indians next play the A's on Friday, March 18, and Josh Tomlin is expected to make his fifth appearance playing in the Cactus League. He is competing against Cody Anderson for the spot in the rotation in the Indian's bullpen. You can still get tickets to catch all the action of Spring Training in Arizona, including Friday's game against the A's. Ticket prices start at $19.

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Can New Leadership Take the Indians to the Series?
On Opening Day of MLB 2016, the Cleveland Indians host the Boston Red Sox in what is sure to be a great game. The Indians have a new president, general manager, and assistant GM to help them get back into the playoffs and take the World Series that has been eluding their grips since 1948. Here’s hoping new leadership and great players can get off to a great start.

Carlos Santana kicked off the Cactus Season for the Indians with a home run at his first time at bat. One of the newest players, Eric Stamets, homered in seventh to try to put the team in a winning position, but the tribe lost their opening preseason game 6-5. They’re giving it their all, and the team needs their fans’ support to help them get back on top of their game.

Buy your cheap Cleveland Indians tickets here and make plans to enjoy some great MLB baseball with your family friends. We often offer a discount on many seats, which means you’ll find some great deals. As one of the charter teams in the American League, the Indians have made baseball history many times. They have a great team that is trying to bring home the win for their city. Come out and have a beer and cheer them on to a victory.

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