Definately every state.
The Indians are a major league baseball franchise in Cleveland, in the state of Ohio.
Maine is the state out of it, Missouri and Michigan not having a Major League Baseball team. Michigan has one Major League Baseball team which is the Detroit Tigers of the American League Central Division. Missouri has two Major League Baseball teams, the St. Louis Cardinals which is in he Central Division of the National League and the Kansas City Royals which is in the Central Division of the American League.
Chicago & New York
No, there are no Major League teams anywhere in the state of Tennessee. Nashville does have a Double-A team, the Sounds.
The Seattle Mariners (the Pilots are now the Milwaukee Brewers)
Probably California, with five Major League teams, more than any other state.
The state's major professional sporting teams include: Cincinnati Reds (Major League Baseball), Cleveland Indians (Major League Baseball),Cincinnati Bengals (National Football League) Cleveland Browns (National Football League),Cleveland Cavaliers (National Basketball Association),Columbus Blue Jackets (National Hockey League),and the Columbus Crew (Major League Soccer)