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The Cleveland Indians have won the American League pennant and are going to the World Series for the first time since 1997. Following a stellar four innings by rookie pitcher Ryan Merritt the Indians bullpen was able to shut out the Blue Jays the rest of the way. Andrew Miller took care of business going 2 2/3 innings before Cody Allen came in for the save. Carlos Santana and Coco Crisp provided the offense with home runs for the Indians. Pitcher Ryan Merritt stated, “I know they were counting on me. Before the game, they came and told me they had my back, everybody had my back, good or bad. So that takes some pressure off, and I just went out there and pitched and trusted my team.” Be sure to grab your tickets for game 1 on October 25th of the World Series today!
Corey Kluber will be taking the mound for the Cleveland Indians as they look to complete the sweep over the Toronto Blue Jays today at Rogers Centre. Last night the Indians were able to get the third win of the series as Jason Kipnis and Mike Napoli homered and their bullpen lasted the entire game in an incredible team effort. Pitcher Trevor Bauer had to leave the game early as his finger, which he had injured working on a drone, began leaking blood. Bauer was only able to make it through 21 pitches. Combining for 25 outs and 128 pitches and allowing only two runs and seven hits the bullpen may have had their most impressive performance of the entire postseason. If the Indians can get the job done today and eliminate the Blue Jays it would be Cleveland’s first visit to the World Series since 1997.
Pitching has been the dominant theme of the series so far between these two clubs, and today’s game doesn’t appear to be much different. Trevor Bauer will take the mound for the Indians while the Blue Jays will counter with Marcus Stroman. The fans in TO will be rowdy as Toronto looks to get back in this series for Game 3 of the ALCS.
After meeting up on opening day on April 5th these two teams now face each other in Game 1 of the American League Division Series. It will be Rick Porcello on the mound for the Sox as he squares up against Trevor Bauer of the Indians. Be sure to tune in tonight to see show takes the edge.
It’s officially a guaranteed first place win in the AL Central for the Cleveland Indians, and they celebrated Monday with champagne and by giving their top players a night off. Jose Ramirez, Mike Napoli, Roberto Perez, Jason Kipnis and others were among those who took the day to rest and gear up for the upcoming MLB playoffs. Cleveland will wrap up their penultimate series in Detroit this Thursday, Sept. 29, before heading to Kansas City for the last contests of the regular season. It’s a great year to be an Indians fan, and what better way to enjoy their winning season than to root them on as they make a run for the Pennant! Tickets for all upcoming games are on sale now!
If you thought the Cleveland Indians were out of the running for the 2016 MLB Playoffs, think again! Cleveland has been dominating their rivals recently. In fact, they are even poised to win a three-game sweep against 2015 World Series champs the Kansas City Royals. After they wrap things up with the Royals, the Indians will have just one more series to close out the regular season. They will get their final chance to make a statement against the Chicago White Sox starting Friday, September 23. That series could also determine their wild card status, if necessary. Tickets to the game on Friday are available for prices starting as low as $10.
As the regular MLB season is coming to a close, the Cleveland Indians still have a lot of questions to answer before the playoffs begin. They do have a good lead in their division, but many wonder which starting pitcher is going to be the one to trust in these final games and beyond. Is it going to be Corey Kluber that Terry Francona trusts or will he go with Carlos Carrasco? Gomes is coming off of the disabled list on Friday, so will he have enough endurance to play regularly? Find out for yourself when you purchase your tickets from Razorgator today. Tickets for the remainder of the season are still up for grabs.
At 81-58, the Cleveland Indians sat in the No. 1 spot in the AL Central as of Sept. 8. Leaving the squad in excellent shape to qualify for a postseason berth. With a six-game lead over Detroit, the Indians are looking to keep the momentum for the final month of the regular season heading into the MLB playoffs.
Winning five of its first seven games in September helped Cleveland’s cause. The Indians swept a three-game series with Miami and then went 2-2 against Houston Sept. 5–8. Next up for the team is a trip to the Chicago White Sox, Sept. 12–15. The Indians return home against Detroit Sept. 16–18.
Is this the year the Cleveland Indians make a playoff appearance? It certainly looks to be shaping up that way! The Indians are now 76 - 55 overall, giving them the first place position in the American League Central. They extended their lead significantly this week, when they swept the visiting Minnesota Twins. Yesterday’s performance was especially impressive, as the Indians dominated the Twins 8 - 4. Now, they will be looking to solidify their playoff contention when they host the Miami Marlins over Labor Day weekend. Be there to show your support tomorrow through Sunday. Tickets to tomorrow’s game are on sale and available for purchase for $26 and up.
The division-leading Cleveland Indians had a bit of an up-and-down time on the diamond last week. During a five-game stretch from Aug. 20–24, the Indians dropped three games, including two in a row at Oakland, Aug. 23, 24. The Indians managed just a run in each of the losses to the A’s, that after managing just one in shutout win over the A’s on Aug. 22. Still, As of Aug. 24, Cleveland’s 72-53 record was good enough for first place in the AL Central. The upcoming slate could be in the Indians’ favor. The team hosts Minnesota Aug. 29–31 for the first three of 10 straight homes contests. Tickets the first game against the twins start at $10.
After losing a close game against the Red Sox on August 15, the Cleveland Indians beat the White Sox in the first of three games on August 16. Corey Kluber was on the mound and only let the White Sox get one run during his six innings. Francisco Lindor had an RBI double, Mike Napoli had an RBI single, and Jason Kipnis knocked had an RBI single for the Indians' three runs. The Indians play the White Sox two more times and then host the Blue Jays for three games starting on August 18. Tickets are still available for prices starting at $33 so that you can catch all the action in person.
The Cleveland Indians swept their four game series against the Angels that began on August 11. The first two games were massive victories, with the Indians winning 14-4 in game one and 13-3 in game two. Game three was another easy victory, with a final score of 5-1. Game four was a closer game. The Angels were ahead 4-1 going into the fifth inning. The Indians were able to get two runs that inning to narrow the gap, and then the next inning they grabbed two more to take the win. The Indians host the Red Sox for a game and then the White Sox for three starting on August 15. You can still get tickets for $24.
The Cleveland Indians had a bit of bad luck over the weekend, losing all three games against the Orioles. After losing the first two games, it looked like the Indians might just have a chance to come away the winner in game 3. The two teams were tied going into to the bottom of the ninth. However, the Orioles scored two runs for a walk-off win. Tyler Naquin had an RBI double, and Roberto Perez had a sacrifice fly in the fourth. Mike Napoli had an RBI single in the eighth. The Indians head back hone to host the Nationals on the 26 and 27 and the Athletics starting on the 29. You still have time to get your tickets for $24 and up.
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.
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.