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Arizona League Indians

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Arizona League Indians

Arizona League Indians
Founded in 2009
Goodyear, Arizona
Current Rookie
Minor league affiliations
League Arizona League
Division Central
Major league affiliations
Current Cleveland Indians
Minor league titles
League titles (1) 2014
Team data
Nickname Arizona League Indians
Ballpark Indians Developmental Complex

The Arizona League Indians (formerly the Gulf Coast League Indians) are a minor league baseball team in Goodyear, Arizona. They are a Rookie-level team in the Arizona League that began play as a Cleveland Indians affiliate in the summer of 2009. The AZL Indians play home games at the Indians Developmental Complex.

With the announcement of the big league club moving their spring training headquarters from Winter Haven, Florida to Goodyear, Arizona beginning in 2009, the former GCL Indians headed to the Arizona League for the 2009 season.


See also

External links

  • AZL Indians Official Site

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