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INDIANS GUARANTEED TO CONTINUE STREAK OF PACKED HOUSES
Published August 3, 1995
The Indians have sold out the last two months of the season, ensuring them of 52 consecutive sellouts by the regular season's end on October 1. The Indians expect a franchise record 2.84 million in attendance, even with the shortened season (AP/N.Y. TIMES, 8/3).