Lonnie Chisenhall #8 of the Cleveland Indians celebrates his home run with Nick Swisher #33 in the fifth inning during a game against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium on September 16, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri.
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CLEVELAND - Cleveland Indians tickets for the Wild Card game and American League Division Series will go on sale to the general public on Monday.
The Tribe lost to Kansas City 7-1 on Monday, keeping Cleveland a half-game behind the Rangers in the American League wildcard race. Texas and Tampa Bay are tied for the two berths, but play each other Tuesday night.
The Indians tickets will be available on Monday, Sept. 23 online at Indians.com/2013Postseason. Any remaining tickets will be for sale at the Progressive Field box office and Indians Team Shops starting Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Current season ticket holders can still get their postseason tickets before they go on sale to the public by going to the Indians website. Fans can get priority postseason tickets by making a deposit on 2014 season tickets.
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