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1982 Cleveland Indians 1982 Cleveland Indians
Record 78-84 .481
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Standings 7th in the AL East (17 games back)
Pythagorean 74-88, 74-88, 74-88
Runs (S/A) 683 / 748
BallparkCleveland Municipal Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 100 / Pitching: 100
Attendance1,044,021 (13th) (24th)
Payroll/Avg$5,400,000 / $216,000 (17th)
Spring TrainingTucson, Arizona (Hi Corbett Field)
ManagerDave Garcia
CoachesDenny Sommers, Johnny Goryl, Mel Queen, Tom McCraw
ExecutivesCEO/President: Gabe Paul, General Manager: Phil Seghi
Minor Leagues(AAA) Charleston Charlies, (AA) Chattanooga Lookouts, (A) Batavia Trojans, (A) Waterloo Indians
Radio (WWWE) Herb Score, Nev Chandler
TV (WUAB) Bruce Drennan, Joe Tait
Cable TV (TEN-TV) Bob Feller, Joe Castiglione

The 1982 Cleveland Indians went 78-84 and finished 7th in the American League East. The Indians drew 1,044,021 to Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Toby Harrah and Andre Thornton made the All-Star team.

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