Cleveland Indians

In a Weak AL Central, Cleveland Has the Clearest Path to the World Series

Our sixth and final baseball review makes it clear the Cleveland Indians are the best bet in baseball this year for one simple reason – all that matters in baseball is winning your division. Finishing with a better record to host the wildcard game or divisional playoff series is meaningless.

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Indians Celebrate Division Title With Eyes on Series win

CLEVELAND (AP) — The pregame ceremony was brief, appropriate for the occasion. The Cleveland Indians are planning much bigger parties. On Sunday, the team that couldn’t lose for a few weeks raised a red flag to commemorate winning their second straight AL Central title, one of their goals at the start of 2016.

Fans celebrates during the Cleveland Indians World Series Watch Party at Progressive Field on October 30, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio

World Series Game Seven Ticket Asking Price Soars Above $100K

“Buy the ticket, take the ride,” Hunter S. Thompson tells us in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. That ticket might cost you more than tuition at an Ivy League school if you plan on watching Wednesday’s seventh game of the World Series between the Cubs and the Indians at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

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Indians Showed Their Muscle, and Preserved Strength in Big Game 1 Win

Last night Indians starter Corey Kluber devastated the Cubs lineup, mowing down batters with reckless abandon and setting a World Series strikeout record for the first three innings. Kluber, along with the rest of the Indians staff, treated runners in scoring position with a particular ferocity.