Located in the heart of Ohio, Cleveland has long been one of our country's industrial headquarters. It's a city that is filled with tough, hardworking people. Just like a number of other large, working class cities, they also love their sports, and have developed into one of the best sports cities in the nation. The passion and commitment that the citizens of Cleveland have for their local sports teams was shown when Lebron James, basketball superstar, left the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers to join another team. The city's fans were outraged, and remain even to this day, several years after the trade went down. That kind of dedication is part of what will insure that Cleveland Indians tickets will always be selling.
If you would like to share the exciting experience of rooting for the Indians with these loyal fans, you are just a couple of Cleveland Indians tickets away from making that a reality. The team plays their games at Progressive Field, which earned the honor of being voted as Major League Baseball's best stadium in a 2008 fan poll conducted by Sports Illustrated magazine. There is simply nothing more American than going out to the ballpark, getting some beer and some hot dogs, and watching some baseball on a sunny afternoon. Also, let's be honest, it certainly doesn't hurt when you get to watch the game from one of the best stadiums in pro baseball.
As soon as you find your seat and someone starts singing words to the Star Spangled Banner, you know you are about to be a part of a truly special experience. The history of the Cleveland Indians is rich and steeped in tradition. Their franchise has been in existence for well over one hundred years, making them one of the oldest in the MLB. If you're familiar with baseball, you know about the Cy Young Award, which is given to the best pitcher in both the American and National league. This giant of the game actually began his career in Cleveland, all the way back in 1890 when their team was called the Cleveland Spiders.
From Tris Speaker to Satchel Paige, Ralph Kiner, and Steve Carlton, the list of baseball greats who have worn the Indians uniform seems almost endless. For the price of a couple Cleveland Indians tickets, you can be a part of this team's great tradition.