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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.
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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.

3/18/16 - 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.

2015 Season

9/22/15 - The Cleveland Indians are currently sitting in third place in the AL Central Division with 74 wins and 75 losses. For the better part of September, the Indians have continued to go back and forth between wins and losses. Their last game was against the Minnesota Twins, played on the road at the Target Field in Minneapolis. Danny Salazar, the pitcher for the Indians only allowed three runs in the six frames that he played, however that was just enough for the Twins to take out the Indians. The Indians were only able to bring in one run the entire game, resulting in a 1-3 loss against the Twins. See what they can do when they take on the Twins again on September 28. Tickets are still available for $4 each.

9/14/15 - After winning their first game against the Tigers, the Cleveland Indians had to wait two more days to continue the series after two games were rained out. The two teams played a double header on Sunday, September 13, each one taking a win. The Indians got the first win, thanks to a key two-run single by rookie Francisco Lindor. Cody Anderson took home the win after 5 2/3 innings on the mound. The win brought the Indians to the .500 mark for the first time since the early part of the season. Unfortunately, the Tigers won the later game, but the Indians still ended the series 2-1. The Indians are currently 1-1 in a four game series against the Royal. You can still get your tickets for the games on the 16th and 17th, with prices starting at $4.

9/8/15 - The Cleveland Indians are back on their own field after a long, grueling series of away sets. While on the road, the Indians managed to win five of their nine matches. Now that they are back, they are going to stick around for a while. In fact, there are 11 home games for you to catch. It all starts with a set against the Detroit Tigers, which is followed up by matches with the Kansas City Royals and the Chicago White Sox. Tickets are readily available for each of their upcoming games, but if you want to attend the very first, you can secure your spot for as little as $4. There is no reason not to catch an exciting Indians game or two live.

8/31/15 - The Cleveland Indians are scraping at any chance they can to move up in the AL Central division ladder. Things are tight among those teams and the Indians are currently sitting in third place and not far behind the Minnesota Twins. The end of August treated the Indians well as they completed a six game winning streak. This streak was put to a halt by the Toronto Blue Jays on September 1. The game was nothing short of exciting as each team kept up with one another on the scoreboard. It all came down to the tenth inning of the game, when the Blue Jays pulled off two more runs to win the game 5-3. Watch the Indians live in their third game against the Blue Jays on September 2.

8/24/15 - The Cleveland Indians won the first of two games against the Brewers on the 25th. After the Brewers homered in the bottom of the first, Carlos Santana hit an RBI double, and then Lonnie Chisenhall had an RBI single to take the lead. The Brewers tied up the game in the second, but then the Indians drew ahead with two runs in the second, one in the fourth, and two in the fifth. Michael Brantley had two two-run homers, one in the fourth and one in the eighth. Francisco Lindor had a two RBI double in the fifth. The two teams play again on the 26th, and then the Indians host the Angels for three games. You can still get your tickets to see all the action in person, with prices starting at just $4.

8/17/15 - It’s been an up-and-down season for the Cleveland Indians, who most recently have traded lopsided wins in Boston with the Red Sox. The Tribe struck first behind another lights-out performance from Danny Salazar, who let through four hits and an earned run in seven innings pitched. The Indians offense did their part as well, powering their way to an 8-2 victory. The Sox evened the score the following evening with a 9-1 win however, opening the door for a rubber match on Wednesday evening. This weekend, Cleveland heads to Yankee Stadium to tangle with Boston’s old rival for a four-game set. Seats are on sale now for all games including the Sunday matinee—get your tickets for Indians vs. Yankees starting at just $19 each!

8/11/15 - The landscape is looking a little different for the Cleveland Indians, who’ve traded away some key pieces in recent weeks. After shipping slugger Brandon Moss to the Cardinals, the Tribe kept at it by sending Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn to Atlanta. The moves mark another reboot of sorts for Cleveland, who haven’t advanced past the wild card round since 2007. After dropping a 10-9 heartbreaker to the Twins on Friday, Cleveland came back in a big way—as in, a 17-4 victory. The followed it up with another 8-1 drubbing on Sunday to take the series, but Minnesota will have their chance at revenge with the Indians head to Target Field starting this Friday. Get your tickets for Cleveland at Minnesota on Friday 8/14 starting at $23!

8/4/15 - The Cleveland Indians have officially ended their short losing streak. When they started their series of away games with two consecutive victories, things were looking up. However, they lost the next three games. However, after taking a 2-0 win over the Los Angeles Angels, it looks like the Indians will end their away games on a high note. There is one more away game before they return to Cleveland, where they will be hosting the Minnesota Twins. Unfortunately, this will be a short home trip, because they will be hitting the road again after facing the New York Yankees. They will leave on August 14th, so be sure to catch the Indians in action before then. Tickets for their first game on their own field start at $19.

7/27/15 - The Cleveland Indians need a win when they play the Royals on the 28th to break their five game losing streak. After beating the Brewers on the 22nd, the Indians lost all four games against the White Sox. After being dominated in the first three games, the Indians were able to keep the third game closer, with a final score of 2-1. In the first of three games against the Royals, the Indians tried to fight back after the Royals had an early lead. They had a strong, three run seventh, but it was not enough to diminish the deficit. They have another try on the 28th and 29th, and then they head to Oakland to play four games against the A's on the 30th. You can still get your tickets for the games, with prices starting at $14.

7/20/15 - The Cleveland Indians won two of the three games against the Reds in their last series. The Reds may have dominated in the first game, winning 6-1, but the Indians came back the next night to win 9-4. Michael Brantley and Yan Gomes helped on the offensive side, both driving in three runs on homers. Carlos Santana also had an RBI off of a double. They were able to take the win the next night after a close back and forth that went 11 innings. Despite coming off the win, the Indians lost the first of a two-game series against the Brewers. The two teams have a rematch on July 22, and then the Indians head home to host the White Sox. You can still get tickets for the games, with prices as low as $5.

7/13/15 - The Cleveland Indians managed to get up to a four-game winning streak. They even shut out the Houston Astros on July 7th and scored five runs against the Oakland Athletics on July 10th. Their most recent stretch of home games went extremely well, even if they did suffer three losses. They are now preparing to hit the road to visit the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds, returning to Cleveland on July 23rd, when they will host the Chicago White Sox. Hopefully the Indians will be able to continue to rack up victories while playing these upcoming away games. They are in the number four position in the AL Central Division. While they are just two wins away from the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals in the top position are a full 10 wins away.

7/6/15 - Just when it looked like the Cleveland Indians were finding some rhythm, they ran into a tough loss in Pittsburgh that halted their hot streak. A 1-0 loss was followed by a tough 5-3 defeat for Cleveland, who scored the first three runs in the latter game before allowing five for the Pirates in a disastrous fifth inning. After dropping the road series, the Indians returned home but were felled 9-4 by the AL-best Astros. In more positive news, second baseman Jason Kipnis was selected as an All-Star reserve, as expected by many. Kipnis ranks third in batting average among AL hitters and is second in Wins Above Replacement behind Mike Trout. Cleveland will play host to the Oakland A’s this weekend and you can grab seats for Friday night starting at just $12!

6/29/15 - Slugger Brandon Moss openly questioned his team’s heart after the Cleveland Indians dropped an embarrassing three straight games to the Orioles in Baltimore, including 4-0 and 8-0 shutouts to close the series. Whatever was stated clearly had an effect, as the Tribe rattled off a four-game sweep of the Rays in Tampa Bay. Cleveland won the first three going away, allowing just four runs as they scored a total of 21 themselves. The closing contest was a little tighter, requiring 10 innings before the Indians got the decisive home run from left fielder Mike Aviles to take the 5-4 win. Cleveland will hope to keep the momentum alive as they tangle with the Pirates in interleague play this weekend before returning home to take on the AL-best Astros. Grab tickets for Tuesday 7/7 as the Tribe takes on Houston at Progressive Field—seats start at just$4!

6/22/15 - An 8-2 win over the Tigers salvaged a three-game set for the Cleveland Indians, who were beat by a combined score of 15-8 in the first two games of the series. All Star hopeful Jason Kipnis kept his 19-game hitting streak alive for Cleveland, also walking and crossing home plate twice. Michael Brantley, who currently ranks in the top 10 among AL outfielders in All Star voting, went 2-for-4 and drove in an RBI while raising his batting average to .293 on the season. The Indians will play three this weekend at Camden Yards versus the Orioles before heading to Tampa Bay for a four-game series against the Rays. Tickets are on sale now for each game! Get your seats for Saturday night at Oriole Park starting from $18!

6/18/15 - The Cleveland Indians haven’t had a totally unfortunate season, but they can’t seem to pull off more than one straight win in a row. On June 18, they took on the Chicago Cubs for the third time and were able to pull off the close win. In the fifth inning both teams took cover during the hour and sixteen minute rain delay. The bases were loaded for the Cubs and the score was tied 3 all. Somehow the Indians were able to end the fifth inning without the Cubs scoring and started working on getting their own run into home plate. Rookie Indian player, Giovanny Urshela, hit a single in the seventh inning that brought in the last and final run for the Indians to win the game. The Indians hit the field against the Rays on June 19. Tickets start at $25 a piece.

6/11/15 - The Cleveland Indians have broken their short losing streak. Things were dicey for a while, but the Indians are back, shutting out the Seattle Mariners in a 0-6 victory. After this game, it is hard to tell they just lost three consecutive games. Hopefully this strong win gives the Indians the energy they need to hold their own as they begin their series of away games. First, Cleveland will be taking on the Detroit Tigers, followed by the Chicago Cubs. The Indians have a little catching up to do in the AL Central Division, currently holding the bottom position in number five. They will not be returning home until June 17th. Tickets for their big homecoming are already on sale, however, starting as low as $7.

6/1/15 - Fans of the Cleveland Indians are hoping that their squad is turning the corner after a tough start to the season. The Tribe has won 11 of their last 13 games to climb within a game and a half of third place in the AL Central, trailing the Tigers by a slim margin. The Indians took three of four in Seattle and then scratched out a 2-1 win on the road in Kansas City with a rare run scored off of lights-out closer Wade Davis. Brandon Moss crushed the 100th home run of his career in that same game, tying things up in the top of the fourth to help power his team to the victory. Cleveland heads home for six games at Progressive Field, starting with three against the Orioles over the weekend. Tickets for Friday night’s opening contest start at $48!

5/25/15 - After rattling off six straight wins against the Reds and White Sox, the Cleveland Indians ran into back-to-back losses at the hands of the Rangers. Losing both games by just a combined three runs, Cleveland was anxious to make a statement before the series wrapped up, and make a statement they did. The Indians exploded for eight runs in a decisive third inning, racking up 17 total hits en route to a 12-3 dismantling of Texas. Carlos Santana got the party stated with a lead-off walk and went on to score twice and drive in three RBIs in the win. Cleveland will hit the road to play the first of four games in Seattle on Thursday night as the Indians take on the Mariners at Safeco Field. Get tickets for Friday night starting at just $17!

5/18/15 - Following back-to-back wins at Texas, the Cleveland Indians have dropped two straight to slide to 14-23 and fifth place in the AL Central division. Their latest defeat was a heartbreaker, a 2-1 decision in the tenth inning versus the White Sox. Starter Corey Kluber kept up his outstanding performance this season with nine strong innings but his team couldn’t generate the necessary offense to come away with the win. The Indians play three more at US Cellular Field against Chicago this week, and you can be a part of the action with tickets starting at just $3! Starting Friday, Cleveland returns home to Progressive Field for a three-game series with the Reds. Tickets for Friday night’s opener are available from $29 and they’re going fast!

5/13/15 - Playing in a brutal AL Central division, the Cleveland Indians are still looking to get a foothold to work their way up the standings. At 12-21, they currently rank at the bottom of all American League teams, nine games out of first behind the Royals. Cleveland picked up a win over St. Louis in interleague play on Wednesday, but a two-run homer by Matt Carpenter in the top of the eighth inning doomed their chances for back-to-back victories. Reliever Marc Rzepczynski (1-1) took the loss as the Indians came up short in their bid for consecutive wins for just the second time this year. Cleveland moves on to Texas for a three-game series with the Rangers starting Friday, and tickets are on sale now for each weekend game! Get in with prices as low as just $9.

5/4/15 - Playing in a division featuring two of the top teams in the American League, the Cleveland Indians are still trying to hit their stride in this 2015 season. After completing a 10-7 victory over the Blue Jays to conclude their series, Cleveland started off with a bang in Kansas City on Tuesday night, scoring two runs in the top of the first. The Royals struck right back, however, in the form of a three-run homer from Eric Hosmer, and KC eventually went on to win 5-3. The Indians will play two more versus the Royals this week before returning home for sets versus the Twins and Cardinals. Get tickets for Indians vs. Royals on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium now starting at just $5! Tickets for Thursday’s day game start at $24.

4/30/15 - Although the Cleveland Indians are tied for last place in the AL with the Texas Rangers with a 7-14 record, they still make great plays. Second baseman Jason Kipnis hit a home run and brought two runs in with him in Wednesday’s win against the Kansas City Royals. Pitcher Danny Salazar picked up his third win this season. He seems to be unbeatable. Over the weekend, the Indians host the Toronto Blue Jays. Get tickets starting at $11 for the game on Saturday (5/2). Sunday’s game starts at $6. The Indians go out on the road through the week to Kansas City, then return to Progressive Field on Friday (5/8). Get tickets now for these games so you get the best seats to enjoy some great baseball.

4/21/15 - Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco returned to the mound with a bang when he struck out eight over five innings. The Indians’ Carlos Santana and David Murphy homered, and the Indians won the game with a 6-2 final. Your Cleveland team is out on the road over the weekend, then they come home to Progressive Field on Monday (4/27) for a three-game series against the Kansas City Royals. Get your tickets now for great seats starting at only $2. The Royals wrap up their games on Wednesday, and the Indians don’t get a break because the Toronto Blue Jays come to town on Thursday (4/30) for four games. You’ll want to get your tickets now and join the fans in the stadium to cheer for the home team.

4/15/15 - Trevor Bauer earned his second win when the Cleveland Indians broke their four game losing streak with a victory against the Chicago White Sox. Bauer gave up two runs on four hits in the six innings that he pitched, and the Indians took the game 4-2. The four game losing streak was the longest ever to begin the home season for the Indians since 1987. Progressive Field will miss the Indians as they go out on the road, first to Minneapolis for three games against the Twins, then to Chicago to face the White Sox. They have three games against the Tigers in Detroit before finally coming back home on Monday (4/27) to host the Kansas City Royals. Get your tickets now, starting at $5, and come out to cheer for your home team.

4/7/15 - Despite defending Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber tossing 6 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball, the Cleveland Indians were unable to generate much offense of their own, falling 2-0 on the road in Houston. Tribe hitters Carlos Santana (no, not that one), Jonny Gomes, and Lonnie Chisenhall collected the team’s only base hits, all singles.

3/31/15 - Are the Cleveland Indians starting to develop some momentum to carry through the end of Spring Training into the regular season? The Tribe have won their last two and three of their last four, with wins over Milwaukee, the Chicago White Sox, and Seattle.

3/24/15 - It’s official, finally: Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber will take the mound on Opening Day for the Tribe. Indians skipper Terry Francona confirmed what had been an expected decision on Monday to hand the ball to the defending A.L. Cy Young Award winner on April 6 for the curtain-raiser against Houston.

3/19/15 - The Cleveland Indians are on a two game losing streak in the Cactus League, after a loss to the Kansas City Royals (5-6) on Monday, and another on Tuesday against the Cincinnati Reds (0-4). Indians’ pitcher Corey Kluber, who was an AL Cy Young winner, gave up two homers to the Reds. Upcoming games for the Indians include one on Saturday (3/21) against the Colorado Rockies. On Monday (3/23), the Indians host the Oakland Athletics. Tickets for either of these games start at $19. Tuesday’s home game features the San Francisco Giants. Don’t wait to get tickets for this game at $17 and up. Thursday (3/26), the Indians host the Cincinnati Reds in a rematch. Enjoy some fun baseball this week. Grab a beer and a hot dog and make the most of your time off.

3/9/15 - Offseason acquisition Brandon Moss made his first appearance of the spring on Monday, and left the yard for the first time late in the game, a 4-3 loss to Seattle. Jason Kipnis touched Mariners starter Taijuan Walker for a single early, but otherwise faced the minimum nine batters. Moss was 1-for-3 with the aforementioned homer as his only hit.

3/3/15 - The Cleveland Indians opened their 2015 Spring Training exhibition schedule against their fellow Goodyear Ballpark rivals from downstate Ohio. But, it didn’t turn out very well for the Tribe, who gave up 10 runs and failed to dent the plate once against Cincinnati; starting pitcher Zach McAllister whiffed three but allowed a run in his two innings of work.

2/13/15 - The 2015 season for the Cleveland Indians is coming up fast. Things get rolling on April 6th when the Indians take on the Houston Astros in Houston's home opener. You can get in on the action a few days later when the Cleveland Indians host the Detroit Tigers for the first home game of the season on April 10th. Tickets start at only $56. If you miss that game, the Indians and Tigers will be going at it again on the 11th and 12th, with tickets much cheaper. You can attend for $15 or $10 respectfully. Or if you really cannot wait for the baseball season, the first preseason game is on March 4th against the Cincinnati Reds. That is a great opportunity to get a feel for how your Indians will do this coming season.

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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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