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CLEVELAND INDIANS ANNOUNCE 2015 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE; HOME OPENER APRIL 10 VS. TIGERS 

Slate highlighted by six summer weekends at Progressive Field; home interleague opponents include Cardinals, Reds, Cubs, Brewers

Indians make first trips in several years to Wrigley Field, PNC Park

Cleveland, OH – In conjunction with Major League Baseball, the Cleveland Indians announced the club’s 2015 schedule, which begins on the road in Houston Monday, April 6. The Indians open the home portion of the slate, the team’s 114th as a charter member of the American League, on Friday, April 10 vs. the Detroit Tigers.

 

Home interleague opponents in 2015 include the St. Louis Cardinals (May 12-14), Cincinnati Reds (May 22-24, Friday-Sunday), Chicago Cubs (June 17-18) and Milwaukee Brewers (August 25-26). The Indians also will play the Cubs at Wrigley Field (June 15-16), the Reds (July 17-19, Friday-Sunday) and the Brewers (July 21-22).

 

Other 2015 schedule highlights include:

  • The Tribe and Reds will play in Cleveland on a weekend for the first time since 2011.
  • The Indians will play at Wrigley Field for the first time since 2009 and the Pirates at PNC Park for the first time since 2010.
  • The Indians will play at Progressive Field on six weekends from June-August: vs. Baltimore (June 5-7), Tampa Bay (June 19-21), Oakland (July 10-12), Chicago White Sox (July 23-26), Minnesota (August 7-9) and Los Angeles Angels (August 28-30).
  • Monthly home/road breakdown:
    • April: (9 home/12 road)
    • May: (15 home/14 road)
    • June: (14 home/13 road)
    • July: (14 home/12 road)
    • August: (11 home/16 road)
    • September/October: (18 home/14 road)
    • The Tribe’s longest homestand is Sept. 10-20 (vs. Detroit, Kansas City and Chicago White Sox)
    • The team has two 10-game road trips:
      • June 26-July 5 (at Baltimore, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh)
      • August 14-23 (at Minnesota, Boston, New York Yankees)

 

2015 Season Tickets will go on sale soon, and provide the biggest savings for Tribe fans. Season Ticket Holders enjoy significant savings over single game ticket purchasers, on average more than 40% in 2014. Call 216-420-HITS for more details on Season Ticket Packages!

 

Single-Game tickets will go on sale to the public next spring.

2015 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

 

APRIL

April 6 @ Houston

April 8 @ Houston

April 9 @ Houston

April 10 v Detroit

April 11 v Detroit

April 12 v Detroit

April 14 v Chicago-AL

April 15 v Chicago-AL

April 17 @ Minnesota

April 18 @ Minnesota

April 19 @ Minnesota

April 20 @ Chicago-AL

April 21 @ Chicago-AL

April 22 @ Chicago-AL

April 24 @ Detroit

April 25 @ Detroit

April 26 @ Detroit

April 27 v Kansas City

April 28 v Kansas City

April 29 v Kansas City

April 30 v Toronto

 

MAY

May 1 v Toronto

May 2 v Toronto

May 3 v Toronto

May 5 @ Kansas City

May 6 @ Kansas City

May 7 @ Kansas City

May 8 v Minnesota

May 9 v Minnesota

May 10 v Minnesota

May 12 v St. Louis

May 13 v St. Louis

May 14 v St. Louis

May 15 @ Texas

May 16 @ Texas

May 17 @ Texas

May 18 @ Chicago-AL

May 19 @ Chicago-AL

May 20 @ Chicago-AL

May 21 @ Chicago-AL

May 22 v Cincinnati

May 23 v Cincinnati

May 24 v Cincinnati

May 25 v Texas

May 26 v Texas

May 27 v Texas

May 28 @ Seattle

May 29 @ Seattle

May 30 @ Seattle

May 31 @ Seattle, 4:10PM

 

JUNE

June 2 @ Kansas City

June 3 @ Kansas City

June 4 @ Kansas City

June 5 v Baltimore

June 6 v Baltimore

June 7 v Baltimore

June 9 v Seattle

June 10 v Seattle

June 11 v Seattle

June 12 @ Detroit

June 13 @ Detroit

June 14 @ Detroit

June 15 @ Chicago-NL

June 16 @ Chicago-NL

June 17 v Chicago-NL

June 18 v Chicago-NL

June 19 v Tampa Bay

June 20 v Tampa Bay

June 21 v Tampa Bay

June 22 v Detroit

June 23 v Detroit

June 24 v Detroit

June 26 @ Baltimore

June 27 @ Baltimore

June 28 @ Baltimore

June 29 @ Tampa Bay

June 30 @ Tampa Bay

 

JULY

July 1 @ Tampa Bay

July 2 @ Tampa Bay

July 3 @ Pittsburgh

July 4 @ Pittsburgh

July 5 @ Pittsburgh

July 6 v Houston

July 7 v Houston

July 8 v Houston

July 9 v Houston

July 10 v Oakland

July 11 v Oakland

July 12 v Oakland

July 13-July 16 – MLB All-Star Break

July 17 @ Cincinnati

July 18 @ Cincinnati

July 19 @ Cincinnati

July 21 @ Milwaukee

July 22 @ Milwaukee

July 23 v Chicago-AL

July 24 v Chicago-AL

July 25 v Chicago-AL

July 26 v Chicago-AL

July 27 v Kansas City

July 28 v Kansas City

July 29 v Kansas City

July 30 @ Oakland

July 31 @ Oakland

 

AUGUST

August 1 @ Oakland

August 2 @ Oakland

August 3 @ Los Angeles-AL

August 4 @ Los Angeles-AL

August 5 @ Los Angeles-AL

August 7 v Minnesota

August 8 v Minnesota

August 9 v Minnesota

August 11 v New York-AL

August 12 v New York-AL

August 13 v New York-AL

August 14 @ Minnesota

August 15 @ Minnesota

August 16 @ Minnesota

August 17 @ Boston

August 18 @ Boston

August 19 @ Boston

August 20 @ New York-AL

August 21 @ New York-AL

August 22 @ New York-AL

August 23 @ New York-AL

August 25 v Milwaukee

August 26 v Milwaukee

August 28 v Los Angeles-AL

August 29 v Los Angeles-AL

August 30 v Los Angeles-AL

August 31 @ Toronto

 

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER
September 1 @ Toronto

September 2 @ Toronto

September 4 @ Detroit

September 5 @ Detroit

September 6 @ Detroit

September 7 @ Chicago-AL

September 8 @ Chicago-AL

September 9 @ Chicago-AL

September 10 v Detroit

September 11 v Detroit

September 12 v Detroit

September 13 v Detroit

September 14 v Kansas City

September 15 v Kansas City

September 16 v Kansas City

September 17 v Kansas City

September 18 v Chicago-AL

September 19 v Chicago-AL

September 20 v Chicago-AL

September 22 @ Minnesota

September 23 @ Minnesota

September 24 @ Minnesota

September 25 @ Kansas City

September 26 @ Kansas City

September 27 @ Kansas City

September 28 v Minnesota

September 29 v Minnesota

September 30 v Minnesota

October 1 v Minnesota

October 2 v Boston

October 3 v Boston

October 4 v Boston