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The Cleveland Indians 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 team would change their name four separate times before the 1915 season when they settled upon their current namesake, the Cleveland Indians.
The Indians 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, the Cleveland Indians played at Cleveland Stadium for more than fifty years.
The Cleveland Indians 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.
The Cleveland Indians are members of the American League, playing within the American League Central Division. Other members of the American League Central include the Chicago White Sox, the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals and the Minnesota Twins.
The Indians have won ten AL Central Division titles, with the first coming in 1995 and the most recent in 2018. The franchise has also won six American League pennants, with the most recent coming in 2016. Cleveland has won two World Series titles, with the first coming in 1920 and the most recent in 1948.
The Cleveland Indians have a long history of great players, with fourteen players in the National Baseball Hall of Fame as members of the franchise. Perhaps the top player in Indians history, Bob Feller was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1962. Feller was an eight-time All-Star and led the major leagues in strikeouts seven times. He also won the Triple Crown in 1940, leading the league in victories, strikeouts and ERA. The most recent Indians player to reach the Hall of Fame is Jim Thome, who was inducted in 2018.
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