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The Cleveland Guardians are an American professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) Central division. The team was established as a Major League franchise in 1901 and has won 11 Central Division titles, six American League pennants, and two World Series championships (in 1920 and 1948). The team's World Series championship drought since 1948 is the longest in the American League. The Guardians were formerly known as the Cleveland Indians, but the team announced in 2021 that they would be changing their name to the Guardians beginning in the 2022 season. The new name pays homage to the Guardians of Traffic statues near Progressive Field in Cleveland, located on the Hope Memorial Bridge.

The Guardians play their home games at Progressive Field, formerly known as Jacobs Field. Progressive Field opened in 1994 and is located in downtown Cleveland. It features a classic design with modern amenities, including expansive concourses, premium seating options, and a variety of food and beverage choices. The ballpark's most iconic feature is its toothbrush-shaped light towers, which have become a symbol of Cleveland baseball.

Over the years, the Guardians have been home to many notable players, including:

  1. Bob Feller: A Hall of Fame pitcher, Feller spent his entire 18-year career with the Cleveland Indians. He was known for his blazing fastball and was a key member of the team's success in the 1940s and 1950s.
  2. Jim Thome: A prolific power hitter, Thome spent 13 seasons with the Indians and ranks as one of the franchise's all-time leaders in home runs. He was a five-time All-Star and played a key role in the team's postseason appearances in the 1990s and 2000s.
  3. Larry Doby: The first African American player in the American League, Doby broke the color barrier with the Indians in 1947, just months after Jackie Robinson did so in the National League. He was a seven-time All-Star and played a pivotal role in the team's World Series championship in 1948.
  4. Omar Vizquel: A defensive wizard at shortstop, Vizquel spent 11 seasons with the Indians and won eight Gold Glove Awards during his tenure. He was also a three-time All-Star and contributed both offensively and defensively to the team's success.

The Guardians have several significant rivalries, but none more intense than their rivalry with the Detroit Tigers. Known as the "Indians-Tigers rivalry," it is one of the oldest and most storied rivalries in baseball, dating back over a century. The rivalry is fueled by competitive divisional matchups, passionate fan bases, and a shared desire for postseason success.

In addition to their rivalry with the Tigers, the Guardians also have heated rivalries with other American League Central teams, such as the Chicago White Sox and the Minnesota Twins. These divisional matchups add extra excitement to the regular season and contribute to the passionate atmosphere at Progressive Field.


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