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The Cleveland Indians could surprise in this division as Manny Acta revamps the Cleveland roster. Even the Detroit Tigers show signs of improvement, with a solid offensive lineup and a strong bullpen. Both will make things tough for the Chicago White Sox, and fans wanting great baseball tickets would do well to be there when these division rivals meet head to head. When it comes right down to it, that’s why we love Major league Baseball tickets. It’s the unexpected and the familiar rolled into one. So forget sitting on the couch this summer. Get your MLB tickets from Frontrow.com and be there when the boys of summer serve up our favorite dish.
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The 2009 MLB Season: A Return Ticket?
The beginning of a new year is always full of the unknown. Major League Baseball is no different. As always fans are wondering if the defending World Series Champion can repeat. For the Philadelphia Phillies the answer is yes they can. The Phillies can still throw J. A. Happ and Chan Ho Park at opposing batters while pounding away with Ryan Howard and chipping the bases with Shane Victorino. The Tampa Bay Rays meanwhile, are more determined than ever to live up to their potential. Just getting to the World Series is no longer enough, Tampa Bay is in it to win it.
2009 MLB Tickets: The Cream Will Rise
But 2009 MLB tickets aren’t just about these two teams. Who can count out the Boston Red Sox and their arch-rivals the New York Yankees? The Steinbrenners have once again hit the market hard, signing Mark Teixeira from the Los Angeles Angels, pitcher C.C. Sabathia from the Milwaukee Brewers, and right hander A. J. Burnett from Toronto. That new Yankee Stadium should be rocking. And how about the rest of the league? Well, Joe Torre has the L.A. Dodgers back in the mix, while the Chicago Cubs may be poised to finally end their drought. The Milwaukee Brewers, despite the loss of one of their guns, can still field one of the best rotations in baseball.
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Jim Ingraham: Lonnie Chisenhall's batting average helping keep him on ...
The Morning Journal
Cleveland Indians' Lonnie Chisenhall scores on a double by David Murphy in the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins, Sunday, April 6, 2014, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak). By Jim Ingraham, The Morning Journal & The News- ...
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Cleveland Indians vs. Kansas City Royals lineups, nuggets
The Plain Dealer
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Tribe defense has been historically bad thus far
Waiting For Next Year
Sure, the Cleveland Indians aren't exactly tearing the cover off of the ball on a nightly basis, but they aren't exactly catching it either. FanGraphs, who has been very kind to the Tribe thus far through 2014, penned another entry that wasn't all too glowing.
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Fantasy Baseball: Indians' Carlos Santana needs to be benched now
Perhaps no one in baseball has been as frustrating to fantasy owners as Cleveland Indians' third baseman Carlos Santana. Santana had extra value this season as he still has catcher eligibility, but as his struggles continue, he doesn't even warrant being in ...
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Second smallest crowd at Progressive Field watches Cleveland Indians lose to ...
The Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The second smallest crowd in the history of Progressive Field watched the Indians lose to Kansas City on Tuesday night, 8-2. The crowd of 8,848 was 122 fans more than the ballpark's smallest attendance, 8,726 on April 3, 2011 against ...
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