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The Cleveland Indians, whose logo is Chief Wahoo and mascot is dubbed Slider, were founded in 1901. The fans lovingly refer to the Indians as the "Tribe" and the "Wahoos." The Tribe won the World Series in 1920 and 1948, and they have taken the American League pennant on five occasions, most recently in 1997. Bob Feller, Tris Speaker, Jim Thome, Satchel Paige, and Gaylord Perry are among the most famous Cleveland Indians of all time.

Progressive Field, Home to the Cleveland Indians

Progressive Field in downtown Cleveland has been where the Indians call home since 1994. Immediately after completion, the ballpark was named Jacobs Field and affectionately called ""The Jake"" until its renaming to its present moniker in 2008. The park's lighting comes from 19 toothbrush-shaped light towers. Heritage Park beyond the center field wall houses the Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame, which honors the 100 greatest Indians in history, including legendary shortstop Ray Chapman. Progressive Field ranked as the number one favorite ballpark in a 2008 Sports Illustrated online fan poll.

Cleveland Indians and the American League Central

The Cleveland Indians are one of five teams in the AL Central, along with the Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals, and Minnesota Twins. Cleveland has enjoyed considerable success in the AL Central, having won the division title a total of seven times. The team has also captured the AL pennant twice-in 1995 and 1997. Despite all this success, however, Cleveland hasn't won a World Series championship since 1948. The Cleveland Indians have long looked at the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox as their closest rivals.

Cleveland Indians 2012 Team Outlook

Despite their failure to bring in any big name free agents as of yet, the Cleveland Indians are still expected by many baseball pundits to be a strong competitor in the AL's Central division. While the acquisition of Prince Fielder by the Detroit Tigers will likely impact the Tribe's potential for success, there are signs of offense on the Indians' roster that instill hope in their fan base. The Indians win with smart baseball, not all-stars, and they are not going to lay down in 2012.