Cleveland Indians Tickets

The Cleveland Indians are back on track to prove their game spirit once again. Baseball has remained an all time favorite sport among the Americans and most of them can’t seem to have enough of the sporting spirit of Cleveland Indians. What’s more is that their new ball park, the Progressive field adds all the more spice to their upcoming match. Its blooming blue grass surface to the massive Indians logo, all in all can be summed up as a perfect embodiment of the essence of the game baseball. Guarantee yourself a day filled with satisfaction and entertainment; buy your Cleveland tickets now and relax in the traditional American way! Act fast as time is running out buy your deal of the Cleveland Indians tickets as they will allow you to see a truly commendable team hit the field and deliver their best in the field.

Cleveland Indians Venues

  • St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians Busch Stadium
  • Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians Comerica Park
  • Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians Fenway Park
  • Texas Rangers vs. Cleveland Indians Globe Life Park
  • Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians Great American Ball Park
  • Chicago White Sox vs. Cleveland Indians Guaranteed Rate Field
  • Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians Kauffman Stadium
  • Oakland Athletics vs. Cleveland Indians Oakland Coliseum
  • Cleveland Indians vs. Baltimore Orioles Progressive Field
  • Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Indians Rogers Centre
  • Cleveland Indians Target Field
  • Tampa Bay Rays vs. Cleveland Indians Tropicana Field

Cleveland Indians Tickets

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This professional team of baseball players is rooted in Cleveland Ohio and plays in the Central Division. Since 1901 they have enjoyed the status of a Major League Franchise. Without a doubt the Cleveland Indians have proved their mite and strength to their bitter opponents at the play ground along with the legions of fans some of which are sitting in the ballpark. Winning two World Series Championships, first in 1920 and then again in 1948 they have sure made their place in the history of American Baseball. However in recent years the Cleveland Indians are seem to be going through a dry spell, but that does not waver their spirits as they seem to be in full form to make rocking come back. This one of its kind team will show their talent and team spirit once again by rising up to the challenge and making it back to the top, because that is where it belongs. So grab your deal of their tickets now to find out what happens in this upcoming match.

Cleveland Tickets are considered hot commodities since 1901, at that time the team was called Cleveland Blues. The team  has had some excellent players in the past  who proved to be very promising such as the Jim Thome and Albert Belle. A bevy of young players including sluggers like Matt La Porta and Carlos Santana are in full form to shine and win the match in flying colors. So get out there and cheer for your all time favorite team dressed in team colors, red, blue and white. Cheer them with any of the various nick names they have acquired over the years. Scream out their name and refer to them as The Tribe or The Wahoos. Or how about just calling them the Indians guys? Whatever your choice of the name you sure will have a wonderful time watching them make strides once again. The team’s mascot is chief Wahoo who cheers for the team whenever they score. Both the mascot and the team’s logo is criticized for perpetuating Native American Stereotypes and many have protested against them time and again.

The team has remained the proud winner of seven AL Central Titles, which happens to be the most in the entire division. That’s not it guys the Indians have also set an example by achieving an American League record of 111 wins during 1954. The record stood for more than four decades. Now isn’t that a mighty achievement or what? This resilient boasts off a bevy of talented players and is owned by Larry Dolan and managed by Manny Acta. The general manager of the team is Mark Shiparo. In reference to the controversies surrounding their team logo and nickname the Indians have shifted to showing different hats without chief Wahoo logo, an effort to distance themselves from the controversies surrounding them.

Only a few lucky ones can make it to the Cleveland Indian baseball matches and experience the teeth grinding excitement all live. But the rest must not get heartbroken as Cleveland Indians own radio station called WTAM gives full coverage to all the matches held between Indians and opposing teams. The Cleveland Indians tickets have remained hot stuff among baseball lovers as during 1995 till 2001 all 81 home games were sold out before the Cleveland Indians Opening Day. So grab your deal now as they are still the champ in their own way!

The 2017 MLB season is in full swing and the teams are gearing up for the spring training games. The Cleveland Indians finished the last season as the runner-ups and even though they were defeated at the World Series Finals by the Chicago Cubs, things are looking up for the side. The best thing is that they came close to ending 68-year drought at the championship game and were able to win the team’s first American League pennant in 19 years. The Tribe is poised to return as a formidable side in 2017, prompting a huge rise in the Cleveland Indians tickets sales. The fans are hoping for another competitive run by the Indians. 

Cleveland Indians Rivals

Cincinnati Reds

The Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds are fierce MLB rivals. The games between the two sides are called the Ohio Cup and whichever side wins more games during a particular season gets to take home the trophy. Prior to the league introducing interleague play, the Indians and the Reds only used to meet in exhibition or preseason clashes. That has now changed though.

They have squared-off against each other every year since 1997 barring 2002. The Indians and the Reds have met during regular season in one hundred and thirteen games as of May 17, 2018. The Indians have won fifty six of those clashes whereas the Reds have come out on top on forty seven occasions. Since both franchises represent different leagues, they can only meet in the postseason if they both qualify for the World Series. That has not happened yet so the fans are still waiting for a playoff series between the two great rivals.

Cleveland Indians Depth Chart

DEPTH CHART
POSITION STARTER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
CatcherYan GomesRoberto Perez   
First BaseYonder AlonsoEdwin Encarnacion   
Second BaseJason KipnisJose RamirezErik Gonzalez  
Third BaseJose RamirezErik Gonzalez   
ShortstopFrancisco LindorErik Gonzalez   
Left FieldMichael BrantleyMelky CabreraRajai Davis  
Center FieldGreg AllenRajai Davis   
Right FieldLonnie ChisenhallRajai Davis   
Designated HitterEdwin EncarnacionYonder Alonso   
Starting PitcherCorey KluberCarlos CarrascoTrevor BauerMike Clevinger
Relief PitcherDan OteroZach McAllisterTyler OlsonNeil RamirezEvan Marshall
CloserCody Allen    
Batting Leaders
BATTING AVGHOME RUNSRBIOBPHITS
Jose Ramirez#113B.250Jose Ramirez#113B7Yonder Alonso#171B15Jose Ramirez#113B.353Jose Ramirez#113B22
Pitching Leaders
WINSERASTRIKEOUTSSAVESHOLDS
Corey Kluber#28SP10Corey Kluber#28SP2.24Trevor Bauer#47SP129Cody Allen#37RP14Andrew Miller#24RP5

Cleveland Indians Scores and Schedule - 2018

Cleveland Indians are currently 1st in AL Central. They have played 70 matches, out of which 37 resulted in a victory and 33 were lost, giving the team a winning PCT of 0.529. At home they have played 34, won 21 and lost 13. While on the road they have played 36, won 16 and lost 20. Last 10 games played by Cleveland Indians have resulted in 5 wins and 5 losses.

The Cleveland Indians entered the game with Minnesota Twins with a (36-33) record and 1st in AL Central. Minnesota Twins came into the match with a (31-36) record, 3rd in AL Central

The first pitch between Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins was thrown . The match ended with a victory for Cleveland Indians, as they defeated Minnesota Twins by a score of 4-1.

37-33,1st in AL Central

Cleveland Indians(37-33)4
Minnesota Twins(31-37)1

Regular Season Schedule/Results
MARCH OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Thu, Mar 29
  • @
  • Seattle
  • L
  • 2-1
0-1 Hernandez (1-0) Kluber (0-1) Diaz (1) 47,149
Sat, Mar 31
  • @
  • Seattle
  • W
  • 6-5
1-1 Carrasco (1-0) Paxton (0-1) Allen (1) 35,881
APRIL OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Sun, Apr 1
  • @
  • Seattle
  • L
  • 5-4
1-2 Leake (1-0) Otero (0-1) Diaz (2) 24,506
Mon, Apr 2
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • W
  • 6-0
2-2 Clevinger (1-0) Ramirez (0-1) 43,904
Tue, Apr 3
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • L
  • 13-2
2-3 Richards (1-0) Tomlin (0-1) 35,007
Wed, Apr 4
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • L
  • 3-2 F/13
2-4 Ramirez (1-1) McAllister (0-1) 32,412
Fri, Apr 6
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 3-2
3-4 Carrasco (2-0) Duffy (0-2) Allen (2) 34,720
Sat, Apr 7
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • L
  • 1-0
3-5 Kennedy (1-0) Bauer (0-1) Herrera (2) 17,362
Sun, Apr 8
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 3-1
4-5 Allen (1-0) Maurer (0-2) 14,240
Mon, Apr 9
  • vs
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 2-0
5-5 Kluber (1-1) Liriano (1-1) Miller (1) 9,843
Tue, Apr 10
  • vs
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 2-1
6-5 Miller (1-0) Wilson (0-2) Allen (3) 10,078
Wed, Apr 11
  • vs
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 5-1
7-5 Carrasco (3-0) Norris (0-1) 10,872
Thu, Apr 12
  • vs
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 9-3
8-5 Bauer (1-1) Fulmer (1-2) 12,901
Fri, Apr 13
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • L
  • 8-4
8-6 Barnes (1-0) McAllister (0-2) 25,592
Sat, Apr 14
  • vs
  • Toronto
POSTPONED
Sun, Apr 15
  • vs
  • Toronto
POSTPONED
Tue, Apr 17
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 6-1
9-6 Kluber (2-1) Odorizzi (1-1) 19,516
Wed, Apr 18
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 2-1 F/16
9-7 Busenitz (1-0) Tomlin (0-2) 19,537
Fri, Apr 20
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • L
  • 3-1
9-8 Bundy (1-2) Bauer (1-2) O'Day (1) 20,004
Sat, Apr 21
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 4-0
10-8 Clevinger (2-0) Tillman (0-4) 29,187
Sun, Apr 22
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 7-3
11-8 Kluber (3-1) Cashner (1-3) 27,394
Mon, Apr 23
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 2-1
12-8 Carrasco (4-0) Gausman (1-2) Allen (4) 10,614
Tue, Apr 24
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • L
  • 10-3
12-9 Chatwood (1-3) Tomlin (0-3) 16,408
Wed, Apr 25
  • vs
  • Cubs
  • W
  • 4-1
13-9 Bauer (2-2) Lester (2-1) Allen (5) 15,712
Thu, Apr 26
  • vs
  • Seattle
  • L
  • 5-4
13-10 Altavilla (2-2) Goody (0-1) Diaz (11) 12,133
Fri, Apr 27
  • vs
  • Seattle
  • W
  • 6-5
14-10 Kluber (4-1) Ramirez (0-2) 16,335
Sat, Apr 28
  • vs
  • Seattle
  • L
  • 12-4
14-11 Leake (3-2) Carrasco (4-1) 19,172
Sun, Apr 29
  • vs
  • Seattle
  • L
  • 10-4
14-12 Gonzales (3-2) Tomlin (0-4) 17,878
Mon, Apr 30
  • vs
  • Texas
  • W
  • 7-5
15-12 Allen (2-0) Martin (0-1) Beliveau (1) 12,851
MAY OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Tue, May 1
  • vs
  • Texas
  • L
  • 8-6 F/12
15-13 Claudio (1-1) Goody (0-2) 16,356
Wed, May 2
  • vs
  • Texas
  • W
  • 12-4
16-13 Kluber (5-1) Moore (1-4) 15,637
Thu, May 3
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • L
  • 13-11 F/11
16-14 Mayza (1-0) Olson (0-1) N/A
Thu, May 3
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • W
  • 13-4
17-14 Plutko (1-0) Biagini (0-1) 19,007
Fri, May 4
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 7-6
17-15 Chapman (1-0) Ogando (0-1) 46,869
Sat, May 5
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 5-2
17-16 Gray (2-2) Bauer (2-3) Robertson (1) 43,075
Sun, May 6
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 7-4
17-17 Shreve (2-0) Allen (2-1) 40,107
Tue, May 8
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • L
  • 3-2
17-18 Suter (2-2) Kluber (5-2) Hader (5) 35,314
Wed, May 9
  • @
  • Milwaukee
  • W
  • 6-2
18-18 Carrasco (5-1) Guerra (2-3) 26,345
Fri, May 11
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • L
  • 10-9
18-19 Keller (1-1) Miller (1-1) Herrera (8) 24,408
Sat, May 12
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 6-2
19-19 Clevinger (3-0) Junis (4-3) 24,587
Sun, May 13
  • vs
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 11-2
20-19 Kluber (6-2) Duffy (1-5) 22,105
Mon, May 14
  • @
  • Detroit
  • L
  • 6-3
20-20 Fiers (4-2) Carrasco (5-2) 17,775
Tue, May 15
  • @
  • Detroit
  • L
  • 9-8
20-21 Coleman (1-0) Miller (1-2) Greene (9) 20,997
Wed, May 16
  • @
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 6-0
21-21 Bauer (3-3) Carpenter (0-1) 24,771
Fri, May 18
  • @
  • Houston
  • L
  • 4-1
21-22 Morton (6-0) Clevinger (3-1) Giles (7) 35,959
Sat, May 19
  • @
  • Houston
  • W
  • 5-4
22-22 Kluber (7-2) Keuchel (3-6) Allen (6) 39,926
Sun, May 20
  • @
  • Houston
  • L
  • 3-1
22-23 McCullers Jr. (6-2) Carrasco (5-3) Giles (8) 30,770
Tue, May 22
  • @
  • Cubs
  • W
  • 10-1
23-23 Bauer (4-3) Chatwood (3-4) 37,168
Wed, May 23
  • @
  • Cubs
  • W
  • 1-0
24-23 Plutko (2-0) Lester (4-2) Allen (7) 39,004
Thu, May 24
  • vs
  • Houston
  • L
  • 8-2
24-24 Morton (7-0) Clevinger (3-2) 19,660
Fri, May 25
  • vs
  • Houston
  • L
  • 11-2
24-25 Smith (2-1) Miller (1-3) 29,431
Sat, May 26
  • vs
  • Houston
  • W
  • 8-6
25-25 Carrasco (6-3) McCullers Jr. (6-3) Allen (8) 30,639
Sun, May 27
  • vs
  • Houston
  • W
  • 10-9 F/14
26-25 Otero (1-1) Peacock (1-2) 27,765
Mon, May 28
  • vs
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 9-6
27-25 Plutko (3-0) Volstad (0-3) 23,729
Tue, May 29
  • vs
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 7-3
28-25 Clevinger (4-2) Giolito (3-6) 30,441
Wed, May 30
  • vs
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 9-1
29-25 Kluber (8-2) Lopez (1-4) 17,930
Thu, May 31
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 9-8
30-25 Olson (1-1) Reed (1-4) Allen (9) 19,148
JUNE OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Fri, Jun 1
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 7-4
30-26 Berrios (6-5) Carrasco (6-4) Rodney (12) 30,171
Sat, Jun 2
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 7-1
30-27 Lynn (4-4) Bauer (4-4) 23,476
Sun, Jun 3
  • @
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 7-5
30-28 Rodney (2-2) Allen (2-2) 26,096
Tue, Jun 5
  • vs
  • Milwaukee
  • W
  • 3-2
31-28 Kluber (9-2) Guerra (3-4) Allen (10) 22,330
Wed, Jun 6
  • vs
  • Milwaukee
  • W
  • 3-1
32-28 Carrasco (7-4) Anderson (4-5) Allen (11) 21,315
Fri, Jun 8
  • @
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 4-1
33-28 Bauer (5-4) Greene (2-3) Allen (12) 21,766
Sat, Jun 9
  • @
  • Detroit
  • L
  • 4-2 F/12
33-29 Saupold (4-1) Allen (2-3) 27,038
Sun, Jun 10
  • @
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 9-2
34-29 Kluber (10-2) Lewicki (0-2) 22,862
Mon, Jun 11
  • @
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 4-0
35-29 Carrasco (8-4) Giolito (4-7) 13,125
Tue, Jun 12
  • @
  • White Sox
  • L
  • 5-1
35-30 Shields (2-7) Plutko (3-1) Soria (9) 12,357
Wed, Jun 13
  • @
  • White Sox
  • L
  • 3-2
35-31 Covey (3-1) Bauer (5-5) Soria (10) 19,390
Thu, Jun 14
  • @
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 5-2
36-31 Clevinger (5-2) Volstad (1-4) Allen (13) 17,183
Fri, Jun 15
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 6-3
36-32 Gibson (2-4) Kluber (10-3) Rodney (15) 32,637
Sat, Jun 16
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • L
  • 9-3
36-33 Magill (2-1) Carrasco (8-5) 30,282
Sun, Jun 17
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 4-1
37-33 Bieber (1-0) Odorizzi (3-4) Allen (14) 27,128
Mon, Jun 18
  • vs
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 6-2
38-33 Bauer (6-5) Covey (3-2) 17,271
JUNE OPPONENT TIME (ET) CLE PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Tue, Jun 19
  • vs
  • White Sox
7:10 PM Clevinger (5-2) Rodon (0-1)
Wed, Jun 20
  • vs
  • White Sox
1:10 PM Kluber (10-3) Lopez (2-4)
Fri, Jun 22
  • vs
  • Detroit
7:10 PM Carrasco (8-5) Fiers (5-3)
Sat, Jun 23
  • vs
  • Detroit
6:10 PM Plutko (3-1) Zimmermann (2-0)
Sun, Jun 24
  • vs
  • Detroit
1:10 PM Bauer (6-5)  
Mon, Jun 25
  • @
  • St. Louis
8:15 PM Clevinger (5-2) Wacha (8-2)
Tue, Jun 26
  • @
  • St. Louis
8:15 PM Kluber (10-3) Martinez (3-3)
Wed, Jun 27
  • @
  • St. Louis
8:15 PM Carrasco (8-5) Flaherty (3-2)
Fri, Jun 29
  • @
  • Oakland
10:05 PM Plutko (3-1) Blackburn (1-1)
Sat, Jun 30
  • @
  • Oakland
4:05 PM Bauer (6-5) Montas (3-1)
JULY OPPONENT TIME (ET) CLE PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Sun, Jul 1
  • @
  • Oakland
4:05 PM Clevinger (5-2) Bassitt (0-2)
Mon, Jul 2
  • @
  • Kansas City
8:15 PM Kluber (10-3) Junis (5-7)
Tue, Jul 3
  • @
  • Kansas City
8:15 PM Carrasco (8-5) Duffy (3-7)
Wed, Jul 4
  • @
  • Kansas City
8:15 PM Plutko (3-1) Keller (1-2)
Fri, Jul 6
  • vs
  • Oakland
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jul 7
  • vs
  • Oakland
4:10 PM    
Sun, Jul 8
  • vs
  • Oakland
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jul 9
  • vs
  • Cincinnati
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jul 10
  • vs
  • Cincinnati
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jul 11
  • vs
  • Cincinnati
7:10 PM    
Thu, Jul 12
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
7:10 PM    
Fri, Jul 13
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jul 14
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
7:15 PM FOX    
Sun, Jul 15
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
1:10 PM    

CLEAVELAND INDIANS NEWS AND UPDATES

The Cleveland Indians are off and running in the ALDS

The Cleveland Indians have made a great start to their ALDS against the New York Yankees. The current American League champions destroyed the Yankees 4-0 at the Progressive Field on October 5, 2017. Terry Francona, surprised quite a few people when he started with Trevor Bauer instead of Corey Kluber. The move paid off and Bauer stole the show by pitching 6.2 scoreless innings. He also struck out eight of the Yankees batters. The Yankees on the other hand, were never in the races and will have to quickly raise their game to mount a comeback.

The Cleveland Indians’ president of baseball operations, Chris Antonetti is already looking forward to the upcoming MLB season with a lot of optimism. The message is not to dwell on the past and go all the way to win the World Series. This is what Chris had to say:

"In a lot of respects, last year was a successful season not only in how long we played, but in the way we went about it. But, we thirst for more. Our goal is to win the World Series. We got a chance to play in it last year, but didn't win. Now, we have a difficult path in front of us to not only earn the opportunity to get to the postseason, but to advance in the postseason. There's nothing we can do about that today, but work on today and focus on what we have in front of us. And I think our guys will do that.”

 

Where is the Cleveland Indians spring training?

The 2017 Spring Training of the Cleveland Indians will take place at the Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona. Besides, the Indians’ the ballpark is also the spring training home of the Cincinnati Reds. The stadium opened back in the year 2009. Its main field has a seating capacity for 10,000 attendees. The 2017 spring training game schedule is out and the Indians will play their first game against the Cincinnati Reds on February, 25th. First pitch is set for 1:05 pm. Fans of the baseball sport are very excited to catch the Indians live on the field. 

 

Cleveland Indians Schedule

MLB season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Cleveland Indians will be Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox, held at the Progressive Field in Cleveland. As of now, the last event, Kansas City Royals vs. Cleveland Indians is scheduled for 30-Sep-18 at the Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Mon Jun 18 201806/18 07:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Tue Jun 19 201806/19 07:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Wed Jun 20 201806/20 01:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Fri Jun 22 201806/22 07:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Sat Jun 23 201806/23 06:10 PM
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Jacobs Field Cleveland, OH Sun Jun 24 201806/24 01:10 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians Busch Stadium St. Louis, MO Mon Jun 25 201806/25 07:15 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians Busch Stadium St. Louis, MO Tue Jun 26 201806/26 07:15 PM
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians Busch Stadium St. Louis, MO Wed Jun 27 201806/27 07:15 PM
Oakland Athletics vs. Cleveland Indians Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Fri Jun 29 201806/29 07:05 PM

Cleveland Indians Tickets Prices

The average price for Cleveland Indians Tickets start from $24. The minimum get in price is $1 for Cleveland Indians Tickets at the Busch Stadium, St. Louis. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Cleveland 18-Jun-18 $86 $14
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Cleveland 19-Jun-18 $96 $16
Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox Cleveland 20-Jun-18 $99 $16
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Cleveland 22-Jun-18 $142 $16
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Cleveland 23-Jun-18 $164 $16
Cleveland Indians vs. Detroit Tigers Cleveland 24-Jun-18 $159 $16
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians St. Louis 25-Jun-18 $29 $1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians St. Louis 26-Jun-18 $24 $1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cleveland Indians St. Louis 27-Jun-18 $26 $2
Oakland Athletics vs. Cleveland Indians Oakland 29-Jun-18 $49 $9

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Frequently Asked Question(s)

Q:Where is Tom Hamilton?

A:Tom Hamilton is still with the Cleveland Indians. He is the franchise's play-by-play announcer and has been associated with the team since the year 1990. The Indians went all the way to the World Series last year but came up short against the Cubs. They will be looking to go one step further this time around and win the biggest title that the sport has to offer. If you want to be a part of the ride, then book your Cleveland Indians Tickets and watch them slug it out live.

Q:When is the Cleveland Indians opening day 2018 game and which team will they be playing?

A:For most of the teams, MLB's regular season will start on April 3. The Cleveland Indians will also be playing their opening game on April 3 against the Texas Rangers at the Globe Life Park. It's for the fourth time in five years that the defending American League champs, the Indians, will be kicking off their campaign with a road trip. Cleveland Indians Tickets are available for purchase now, for both their spring training games as well as the regular season fixtures

Q:Did the Cleveland Indians win any championships in the previous season?

A:Yes, the Cleveland Indians captured their eighth Central division title, which was also their first title in nine years during the 2016 season. They are now scheduled to face many formidable teams in the upcoming campaign like the Texas Rangers and the Minnesota Twins. This is your chance to watch your favorite team live so get your Cleveland Indians Tickets from our website via our certified brokers at the earliest.

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