The Cleveland Guardians franchise began in 1894 as the Grand Rapids Rustlers, moving to their permanent home in Cleveland in 1901 when they became a major league franchise. The Cleveland Guardians fanbase holds one of the best fan records in baseball history, selling out Jacobs/Progressive Field in 455 straight games. The streak began on June 12, 1995 and concluded on April 4, 2001. The streak is technically longer as it does not include playoff games, which regularly took place in Cleveland during the entire stretch.
Where do/does the Cleveland Guardians play?
The Guardians play their home games at Progressive Field, which opened ahead of the 1994 season. The stadium originally opened as Jacobs Field in 1994, earning the nickname, “The Jake.” Before the opening of the stadium in 1994, Cleveland played at Cleveland Stadium for more than fifty years.
Who does the Cleveland Guardians play in their schedule?
The Cleveland Guardians will play all 29 other teams this season.
Top Guardians matchups include: Mariners, Reds, Royals, Yankees and Tigers.
Who else plays in the Cleveland Guardians division?
The Cleveland Guardians are a member of the American League Central Division.
Other members include:
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