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What is the Indians all time record?
The Indians as of September 14, 2017 hold the American League all time record for consecutive wins at 22 games.
What year did the Indians go to World Series?
Since their establishment as a Major League franchise in 1901, the team has won 10 Central division titles, six American League pennants, and two World Series championships, (in 1920 and 1948)….
|World Series titles (2)||1920 1948|
|AL Pennants (6)||1920 1948 1954 1995 1997 2016|
What year did the Cleveland Indians lose the World Series?
1997 World Series
|Florida Marlins (4)||Jim Leyland||92–70, .568, GB: 9|
|Cleveland Indians (3)||Mike Hargrove||86–75, .534, GA: 6|
When did Cleveland last won the World Series?
The BASEBALL WORLD SERIES has been played in Cleveland 6 times, when the CLEVELAND INDIANS won the American League championship in 1920, 1948, 1954, 1995, 1997, and 2016. They went on to win the series in 1920 and 1948.
Who owns Cleveland Indians?
owner Paul Dolan
CLEVELAND (WJW)– Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan sent a letter to fans on Friday following the team’s announcement it will be changing names to the Cleveland Guardians.
How many winning seasons did the Cleveland Indians have?
The Indians have also experienced failure in their history. From the split of the American League into two divisions in 1969 until 1993, the Indians did not make a single postseason appearance and played only four winning seasons. They posted 100 losses four times during the era.
Who is the manager of the Cleveland Indians?
Cleveland Indians Team History & Encyclopedia. Team Names: Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Naps, Cleveland Bronchos, Cleveland Blues Seasons: 121 (1901 to 2021) Record: 9567-9117, .512 W-L% Playoff Appearances: 15 Pennants: 6 World Championships: 2 Winningest Manager: Terry Francona, 728-574, .559 W-L% More Franchise Info
When did the Cleveland Indians get their name?
They were a founder member of the American League in 1901 as the Cleveland Bluebirds (or Blues ). They renamed to the Cleveland Napoleons ( Naps) in 1903, before adopting their current name in 1915. The team will become the Cleveland Guardians in 2022, after decades of controversy surrounding the “Indians” name.