The Cleveland Indians are one of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball, and one of the few teams that has never changed cities over the course of their history. The Indians first reached the MLB playoffs in 1920, after posting a 98 win season. The Indians would go on to win the World Series in 1920, bringing the franchise its first championship. Cleveland would add a 2nd World Series title in 1948 and returned to the fall classic again in 1954. Following their 3rd World Series appearance, it would be more than 40 years before the Cleveland Indians returned to the MLB playoffs. The Indians returned to playoff prominence in the 1990’s when the club made 6 playoff appearances in 7 years. During that span, the Indians won two American League Championships and 5 playoff series. To this date, this remains the most successful era in Cleveland Indians playoff history. No matter what season it is, if the Indians reach the playoffs the excitement around Progressive Field is incredibly high. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Cleveland Indians playoff tickets!
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1. Scan through the 2016 Cleveland Indians Playoff Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Cleveland Indians Playoff ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.
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The last time the Cleveland Indians won the World Series, it was 1948. The Indians will look to change that in 2016 by bringing home another trip to the Fall Classic. The Indians will have to advance through a brutal American league playoff schedule. The Cleveland Indians 2016 playoff schedule will be determined by the Indians final standings after the 2016 MLB regular season. That ranking will determine the Indians opponent, as well as which 2016 playoff games will be played at the Progressive Field over the course of the post season. Cleveland Indians playoff ticket prices are influenced by the release of the playoff schedule and will rise and fall based opponent, series, and game.
- 2013: Lost AL Wild Card Game (Rays)
- 2007: Won ALDS (Yankees)
Cleveland Indians Playoff Event Guide
How much are 2016 Cleveland Indians Playoff Tickets?
Cleveland Indians playoff ticket prices are set based on the market. Indians playoff tickets are often in high demand from the minute the Indians clinche a playoff berth. As a general rule, Cleveland playoff ticket prices will rise the farther the team advances in a series, and in the post season, with game 6 and 7 of a series typically being the most expensive of any given series.
Where can I buy cheap 2016 Cleveland Indians Playoff Tickets?
TicketCity has a large network of ticket suppiers of Cleveland Indians home and away playoff tickets. This network includes some of the top seats at some of the most competitive prices for Indians playoff games at Progressive Field, and for Indians away playoff games.
What was the best Cleveland Indians Playoff team of all time?
Possibly the best Cleveland Indians playoff team of all time came around in 1997. The '97 Cleveland Indians finished the regular season with 86 victories and won the AL Central division. The team, which was anchored by Sandy Alomar Jr., Jim Thome, and Manny Ramirez, tore through their AL playoff schedule, defeating the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 to win the American League Championship Series.
Does my child need a ticket to a 2016 Cleveland Indians Playoff Game?
The Cleveland Indians allow children under the age of 3 years old to enter Progressive Field for Cleveland Indians playoff games without holding a ticket. If your child is older than 3 years old, they must have a valid ticket to enter the stadium to see a Cleveland Indians playoff game.