Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the Cleveland Indians are a MLB team competing in the American League’s Central Division. Since their inception in 1901 as one of the American League’s eight charter franchises, the “Wahoos” have brought home numerous victories, including two World Series Championships and seven AL Central titles, the most of any team in their division. Playing their games in Progressive Field since 1994, the “Tribe” is looking for their next big Championship win in the coming seasons.
Once a Minor League team named the Lake Shores, the Cleveland Indians came to existence in 1901 and baseball has never been the same. An original charter franchise in the American League, the Indians, also known as the “Tribe” or the “Wahoos,” have seen periods of great success in their history, starting with their 1920 World Series Championship. After relocating to Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1946, the Indians were back on top with another World Series win in 1948. Though they have yet to see another Championship since, the Tribe has brought home 7 Central Division title and five AL Pennants with the help of some of the top players in the League, including retired MVP Juan Gonzalez, Bob Feller and Terry Francona. Now stacked with a roster that includes Mike Napoli, Jason Kipnis and Corey Kluber, the Cleveland Indians are eyeing their next World Series victory that is soon to come.
With one of the most historic franchises in the MLB, Cleveland Indians memorabilia is of high value and incredible worth. Whether it is memorabilia autographed by one of the many Hall of Famers who have worn the Indians uniform or a current day All-Star, fans and collectors can easily add a piece of baseball history to any home, office or man cave collection. Celebrate the grand history of this Midwestern team with a wide variety of autographed collectibles, such as a Korey Kluber autographed jersey, a Bob Feller autographed photo or even an incredible unique Gaylord Perry autographed baseball.
- World Series Wins: 1920, 1948
- Retired Numbers: Earl Averill (3), Lou Boudreau (5), Larry Doby (14), Mel Harder (18), Bob Feller (19), Bob Lemon (21)
- Current stars: Jason Kipnis, Michael Brantley, Carlos Santana