Established as a Major League franchise in 1901, the Cleveland Indians boast a rich baseballing history highlighted by World Series championships in 1920 and 1948 and recent American League Pennants in 1995 and 1997. Playing in Progressive Field, the Tribe continues the sport’s patented display of pitching, fielding, and hand-signaling that occasionally flags down passing helicopters and wins ball games. Built in 1994, the 43,000-plus-capacity downtown stadium prevents leg cramping and knee knocking by speckling wide aisles with spacious seating. Improved elevation between rows means onlookers may comfortably watch the game without obstructing the view of fellow fans with their oversize foam fingers or brightly burning rally torches.
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