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A Major League Baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio USA.

Founded: 1901 (charter American League member)
Formerly known as: the Cleveland Naps, when Napoleon Lajoie was manager, from 1906 through 1910. The team cycled through a series of nicknames before and after that, until becoming the Indians in 1915.
Home ballpark: Jacobs Field, Cleveland
Uniform colors:
Logo design:
League pennants won: 1920, 1948, 1954, 1995, 1997
World Series championships won: 1920, 1948

Franchise history

Players of note

Baseball Hall of Famers: Earl Averill, Larry Doby, Bob Feller, Napoleon Lajoie, Bob Lemon, Tris Speaker, Early Wynn
Current stars: Roberto Alomar, Juan Gonzalez, Jim Thome, Omar Vizquel
Not to be forgotten: Joe Charbonneau (the outrageous winner of the Rookie of the Year Award in 1980), Herb Score, Hal Trosky.
Retired numbers: #3 Earl Averill, #5 Lou Boudreau, #14 Larry Doby, #18 Mel Harder, #19 Bob Feller, #21 Bob Lemon, #42 Jackie Robinson