Cleveland Indians Details
Having come within inches of winning the World Series last season, the Indians are more motivated than anyone to hoist the Commissioner’s Trophy in 2017. The team made significant improvements over the offseason, bringing in three-time All Star Edwin Encarnacion. Encarnacion’s 127 RBI in 2016 led the American League, and it’s not likely he’ll slow down with his supporting cast. This season, he’s surrounded by studs like Francisco Lindor, Carlos Santana and Jason Kipnis. Lindor is arguably the best shortstop in the American League and, at 23 years old, he is only improving. Santana and Kipnis, meanwhile, are both dangerous hitters that should rack up more than a few RBIs this season. They’ll also both benefit from having Encarnacion near them in the batting order.
The Indians also have one of Major League Baseball’s best groups of pitchers. Corey Kluber still headlines the rotation, and he’s be looking to earn his second AL Cy Young Award in 2017. Kluber won it back in 2014, and he has not lost any of his stuff. He was excellent in the postseason last year, and has set his sights set on a repeat performance. The Indians also have Carlos Carrasco, who is finally healthy again. When Carrasco is on, there are not many better No. 2 starters in the entire league. It also helps the Indians starters that they only need to go six or seven innings into games, as they are supported by a bullpen that includes the dominant Cody Allen and 2016 ALCS MVP Andrew Miller.
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Cleveland Indians schedule
For a list of upcoming Indians games, feel free to browse the game listings above, or visit our Indians Schedule page for Indians game results, scores, the team record, and future games. The 2017 Indians regular season runs from April 3, 2017 to October 1, 2017.
How much do Indians tickets cost?
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When do the Indians play the Reds?
This 2017 season, dates for Indians vs. Reds games are scheduled for May 22nd and 23rd at Great American Ball Park. At Progressive Field, Indians vs. Reds games are scheduled for May 24th and 25th.
Cleveland Indians Top Matchups
The Cleveland Indians have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.