Okay, let's be honest: It hasn't been a particularly good homestand for the Indians, especially after Tuesday night's "O.P. or O.T." debacle.

However, the Tribe still leads the AL Central by 8 1/2 games, with a massive four-game series set for this weekend: An ALDS rematch with the New York Yankees.

It will be the first time since last October that the Bronx Bombers have journeyed to Progressive Field. Cleveland previously went to New York back in May, but could not even exact a small measure of revenge and was swept in three games.

According to the club, only a "very limited" amount of tickets remain for all four of the games, including just a few thousand for Thursday's Carlos Carrasco bobblehead night. Other promotions include:

  • Sugardale Dollar Dog Night and Rock Concert Anthems fireworks (Friday)
  • Rally Towels and Led Zeppelin 50th anniversary fireworks (Saturday)
  • KeyBank Kids Fun Day/Kids run the bases (Sunday)

Tickets can still be purchased on Indians.com, and should they sell out, fans are encouraged to log onto StubHub.