From BR Bullpen
- Location: Canton, OH & Akron, OH
- League: Eastern League 1989-1996
- Affiliation: Cleveland Indians 1989-1996
- Ballpark: Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium
The Canton-Akron Indians were members of the Eastern League from 1989, when they moved from Burlington, Vermont, through 1996. When Akron built a $30.7 million stadium, the team left Canton and became the Akron Aeros.
Among the more recognizable names in team history (in retrospect) are Albert Belle (then called Joey Belle) ('89), Jim Thome ('91-'92), Brian Giles ('92-'93), Richie Sexson ('96) and Bartolo Colon ('96).
 Year-by-Year Record
|Year||Record||Finish||Manager||Playoffs||Hitting coach||Pitching coach|
|1989||70-69||3rd||Bob Molinaro||Lost in 1st round|
|1990||76-64||3rd||Ken Bolek||Lost in 1st round|
|1991||75-65||4th||Ken Bolek||Lost in 1st round|
|1992||80-58||1st||Brian Graham||Lost League Finals|
|1993||75-63||2nd||Brian Graham||Lost League Finals|
|1995||67-75||7th (t)||Ted Kubiak||Joe Mikulik|
|1996||71-71||6th||Jeff Datz||Tony Arnold|