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About Cleveland Indians Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles

Historical Milestones

The Cleveland Indians are an MLB team that plays in the American League Central division. They came into the league in 1901 and since 1994 they have played their home games in Progressive Field. The Indians won two World Series, the first being in 1920 and the second in 1948. The 1948 Indians featured many Hall of Famers including star pitcher Bob Feller, shortstop Lou Boudreau, center fielder Larry Doby, second baseman Joe Gordon, and pitchers Bob Lemon and Satchel Paige. Since 1948 they have not won the World Series giving them the longest drought in the sport.

After winning the first two World Series that they played, in the Indians went to the World Series again in 1954 but lost. They then went 41 seasons without making the playoffs until 1995. The Indians of the late 1990s were a great team that shockingly never won it all. With a core of great players including Manny Ramirez, Omar Vizquel and Jim Thome Indians won the West division five straight times from 1995 through 1999 and then again in 2001 but never won it all. They did add to AL pennants in 1995 and 1997 but lost first to the mighty Atlanta Braves before being upset in 1997 by the Marlins. The Indians won the division again in 2007, 2016 and 2017. In 2016 the Indians took the Cubs to extra innings in Game 7 of the World Series but were ultimately defeated.

Currently managed by the great Terry Francona, the Indians have a roster full of players that went the World Series in 2016. These players include stud reliever Andrew Miller and Cody Allen, starting pitchers Trevor Bauer and Carlos Carrasco, and infielders Jose Ramirez, Francisco Lindor and Jason Kipnis. Indians fans can get great autographed memorabilia that will help them celebrate the history and present of their team. These autographed collectibles are incredibly valuable and will look great on display in your home or office. These autographed memorabilia are all guaranteed authentic.

Collecting Cleveland Indians Memorabilia

Francisco Lindor Autographed Photos

Francisco Lindor is one of the best shortstops in all of baseball. Known for his big smile and flashy defense, Lindor is a huge star in Cleveland and was a big part of leading them to the World Series in 2016. We offer great autographed photos of the brilliant shortstop that will look amazing on display in your home. Every Lindor autographed photo comes with a guarantee authenticity. Bob Feller Autographed Jerseys

Bob Feller was a great pitcher for the Cleveland Indians that went on to be inducted in Hall of Fame. Feller won the pitcher Triple Crown in 1940, pitched three no-hitters and won the 1948 World Series with the team. Feller’s No. 19 jersey was retired by the Indians and fans have the great opportunity to get their own Feller jersey today. These autographed jerseys are very rare and come certified authentic as they represent great value to any fan or collector. Corey Kluber Autographed Baseballs

Corey Kluber is one of the best pitchers in all of baseball, as the righty has won Cy Young Awards in both 2016 and 2017. He has been absolutely dominant for the Indians as he led the league in wins twice, as well as in ERA in 2017. Fans of the Indians need to secure a piece of memorabilia to remember their ace for years to come. One of the best things to get is a Corey Kluber autographed baseball, which comes certified authentic. Jim Thome Autographed Memorabilia

Jim Thome was one of the leaders of the great Indians teams in the 1990s that won the division five straight times. Thome was just elected into the Hall of Fame and will go in as a member of the Indians. Cleveland fans should not wait to get unique autographed memorabilia from their newest Hall of Famer. Every autographed collectible from Jim Thome comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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