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Canton-Akron Indians

Canton-Akron Indians
Canton, Ohio
Team logo Cap insignia
Previous Double-A
Minor league affiliations
League Eastern League
Major league affiliations
Previous Cleveland Indians 1989-1996
Minor league titles
Class titles 0
League titles 0
Conference titles 0
Division titles 1992
Team data
Previous names
Previous parks
Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium

The Canton-Akron Indians are a defunct minor league baseball team. They played in the Eastern League at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium in Canton, Ohio from 1989 to 1996. They were affiliated with the Cleveland Indians.


  • History 1
  • Notable players 2
    • 1989 2.1
    • 1990 2.2
    • 1991 2.3
    • 1992 2.4
    • 1993 2.5
    • 1994 2.6
    • 1995 2.7
    • 1996 2.8
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


Prior to their eight-year stint as the Canton-Akron Indians, this franchise was known as the Lynn Sailors (from 1980 to 1983 serving as the Double-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners and Pittsburgh Pirates), Vermont Reds (from 1984 to 1987 serving as the Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds), and Vermont Mariners (in 1988 serving as the Double-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners).

After the stint as the Canton-Akron Indians, the franchise moved to nearby Akron, Ohio and became the Akron Aeros.

Notable players









See also

External links

  • Team history
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