Cleveland Indians

It’s almost opening day for the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians, and many Ohioans are interested in getting tickets to those games. 


Al Rosen, the muscular third baseman who won the 1953 American League Most Valuable Player award and played on the last Cleveland Indians team to win the World Series, has died.

A jury has convicted a man of killing former Cleveland Indians outfielder Rodney Craig when both were homeless in downtown Los Angeles, California.

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Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber has won the American League Cy Young Award, as voted on by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

Restored League Park Officially Opens Saturday

Aug 22, 2014

A newly renovated League Park in Cleveland will reopen on Saturday afternoon.

Former Cleveland Indian Veryzer Passes Away

Jul 10, 2014

Former Cleveland Indians infielder TomVeryzer died this week at the age of 61.

Groups of Native American activists plan to take the Cleveland Indians to court.

A Native American group wants sports apparel maker Nike to stop producing and selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians' mascot Chief Wahoo.

Funeral services are pending for long time major league player and Cleveland Indians broadcaster Mike Hegan, who died Wednesday at the age of 71.

Indians Release Perez, Ink Giambi

Nov 1, 2013

The Cleveland Indians have released closer Chris Perez.

Tribe Asking Fans About Chief Wahoo

Oct 24, 2013

The Cleveland Indians are asking some fans for their opinions on the team's "Chief Wahoo" logo.

Indians Acquire Kubel

Aug 30, 2013

The Cleveland Indians have acquired outfielder Jason Kubel from Arizona.

Perez Charged With Drug Possession

Jun 7, 2013

Rocky River police have charged Cleveland Indians pitcher Chris Perez and his wife with misdemeanor drug possession in the shipment of just over one-third of a pound of marijuana to their home.

Federal drug agents are investigating a delivery of marijuana to the Rocky River home of Cleveland Indians reliever Chris Perez.

MLB Names Award After Feller

Mar 29, 2013

The late Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller is being honored by Major League Baseball with an annual award in his name.

Thursday was a painful day for fans of three of Ohio's pro sports teams. Jim Letizia Reports.