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Sports Team
    (1901- )
    Located in Cleveland, Ohio
    Known as the Cleveland Naps (1901-14), Cleveland Indians (1915- )
    Two World Series Championships (1920, 48)
    Former and current Indian's include Addie Joss, Cy Young, Tris Speaker, Rocky Colavito, Early Wynn, Frank Robinson, Dennis Eckersley, Eddie Murray, Kenny Lofton, Roberto Alomar, Albert Belle, Jim Thome, David Justice, C.C. Sabathia
    Six retired numbers include Earl Averill's #3, Lou Boudreau's #5, Larry Doby's #14, Mel Harder's #18, Bob Feller's #19 and Bob Lemon's #21
    Jim Bogby became the first pitcher to hit a home run in a World Series against the Indians (1920).
    Their notoriety as an awful team is what inspired the 'Major League' movie series.
    Albert Belle attacked a group of kids during Halloween when he was with them.
    Many special interest groups don't like the fact that they're named the Indians and their mascot is a big, red-faced Indian with a feather in his hair.
    They traded for John Rocker after he said those awful comments about New York City (2001).
    They let Jim Thome leave Cleveland for the Philadelphia Phillies where he hit 47 home runs and got 131 RBI's (2003).
    They hold the major league record of 455 consecutive sell-outs at the Jake.
    Addie Joss pitched the third perfect game in Major League history (1908).
    Elmer Smith hit the first ever grand slam in a World Series and Bill Wambsganss turned the first unassisted triple-play in a World Series (1920).
    Bob Feller became the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter on opening day (1940).
    They set an at-the-time American League record for wins with 111 (1954).
    Rocky Colavito hit four home runs in four consecutive at bats in a game against Baltimore (1959).
    Frank Robinson became the first black manager in baseball with the Indians (1975).
    Lenny Barker became the 13th pitcher to pitch a perfect game in ML history (1981).
    Eddie Murray got his 3,000th hit in an Indians jersey (1995).
    They were part of one of baseball's most exciting games ever when they overcame an early 14-2 deficit to beat the Seattle Mariners 15-14 in the 11th inning (2001).

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