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The Cleveland Indians were established on April 24, 1901. The Indians is one of the American League franchises that reached its centennial anniversary for having played continuously in a single city. Baseball in Cleveland is one of the oldest traditions that dates back to the nineteenth century. Being one of the oldest professional baseball franchises in the country, the Indians have been producing great ballplayers as well as great sporting moments.
The National League was established in 1986 and professional baseball in Cleveland re-activated in 1879 (a decade after it started). In the 1890s, the Indians enjoyed successes and also strings of failures. Their victories were courtesy of Cy Young, a Hall of Famer. Cleveland unfortunately owns professional baseball’s worst record. However, the team re-established itself as one of the major league cities. They joined the American League and had the opportunity to play in the first game of AL’s league history. This game happened on April 24, 1901 in the city of Chicago. Cleveland’s moniker back then was Blues in 1901 and then changed to Broncos in 1902. From 1903 to 1914, the name was Naps in honor of Napoleon Lajoie, the biggest name in the baseball at that time. In 1915, the Indians’ name was used and it is still being used until today. The Indians have won two World Series championships; one in 1920 and the other in 1948. They became the central division titleholder for eight times with five AL pennants. Diehard Indians fans in Cleveland pray annually that their team will end up winning a World Series and they came close to winning the 2016 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
The Indians play their home games at the Progressive Field (which was formerly called Jacobs Field). This ballpark opened in 1994 in downtown Cleveland. It features modern and up-to-date facilities including club seating, food and beverage service, concessions, restrooms and many more. Prior playing at this ballpark, the Cleveland professional baseball team played at the League Park for almost five decades. They moved to the Cleveland Stadium and played there for nearly six decades and then moved to Progressive Field. For Cleveland Indians fans, game days are one of the big highlights of the city.