Indians Announce Sellouts For Pair Of ALDS Games At Progressive Field

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – Hours after home game tickets for the American League Division Series went on sale to the public Monday morning, the Cleveland Indians announced the first two games of the opening round series at Progressive Field were officially sold out.

Tickets for a potential third game at home in the ALDS are still available.

The Indians are preparing to open a four-game series in Detroit against the Tigers on Monday. Cleveland is just one win away from clinching their first American League Central Division title and ALDS spot since 2007.

As it stands now, the Indians, who currently own the AL’s third-best record, would open the best-of-five ALDS on the road for Games 1 and 2. The Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox are currently tied for the American League’s top spot, with Cleveland trailing both by 1.5 games.

If the Indians cannot claim one of the top two spots in the final week of the regular season, they would be only be guaranteed one home playoff game.

ALDS Series 1

Gm 1: Thu, Oct 6 – AL Wild Card @ AL Div. Winner #1
Gm 2: Fri, Oct 7 – AL Wild Card @ AL Div. Winner #1
Gm 3: Sun, Oct 9 – AL Div. Winner #1 @ AL Wild Card
Gm 4*: Mon, Oct 10 – AL Div. Winner #1 @ AL Wild Card
Gm 5*: Wed, Oct 12 – AL Wild Card @ AL Div. Winner #1

ALDS Series 2

Gm 1: Thu, Oct 6 – AL Div. Winner #3 @ AL Div. Winner #2
Gm 2: Fri, Oct 7 – AL Div. Winner #3 @ AL Div. Winner #2
Gm 3: Sun, Oct 9 – AL Div. Winner #2 @ AL Div. Winner #3
Gm 4*: Mon, Oct 10 – AL Div. Winner #2 @ AL Div. Winner #3
Gm 5*: Wed, Oct 12 – AL Div. Winner #3 @ AL Div. Winner #2

* if necessary

The Tribe has not been to the MLB postseason since securing a Wild Card slot in 2013. Cleveland went on to lose to the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2013 AL Wild Card game at Progressive Field.

Potential tickets to the American League Championship Series and World Series are expected to go on sale at some point in the near future. The Indians have encouraged fans to ensure the first opportunity to buy ALCS and World Series tickets by purchasing 2017 season tickets.

More information can be found at Indians.com/Postseason.

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