Indians Announce July 4 vs. Tigers At Progressive Field Is Sold OutThe Cleveland Indians' 14-game winning streak is the most in franchise history. Fans of the Tribe once had their own streak -- 455 consecutive sellouts of Jacobs Field from 1995 to 2001.
Curtis Danburg Of The Cleveland Indians Talks All Things Indians Baseball With Nick Wilson On The ExperimentCurtis Danburg, Senior Director of Communications for the Cleveland Indians joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to talk all things Cleveland Indians! Nick and Curtis discuss the Indians off-season additions, the multiple early season postponements and so much more!
Most Instagram Worthy Locations Near ClevelandProving you've actually arrived in the up-and-coming metropolis of Cleveland is as easy as snapping a selfie in front of one of its most notable locations. Here are five locations that say "Cleveland" as well as any others.
Indians To Extend Safety Netting, Expand Fan Safety Plans At Progressive FieldThe brand new scoreboard and opened up concourse behind home plate will not be the only new features at Progressive Field this season. But the newest aspect of the ballpark's upgrades will be added with fan safety in mind.
Indians Announce Hall Of Fame Class Of 2016The Cleveland Indians announced their class of 2016 for their Hall of Fame on Friday morning.
MLB Recommends Netting Between DugoutsMajor League Baseball has recommended teams have protective netting between the dugouts for any field-level seats within 70 feet of home plate.
Website Ranks Progressive Field 19th In MLB Based On Fan ExperienceAccording to Stadium Journey, a website dedicated to reviewing the fan experience at ballparks, stadiums and arenas across the country, Progressive Field still ranks in the lower half of stadiums around baseball, landing 19th on the list. Here is more from their 2015 ballpark experience rankings:
Indians And Tigers Rained Out For 2nd Straight DayFor the second day in a row, Mother Nature had no intention of letting the Indians and Tigers play a baseball game. Cleveland and Detroit were washed on Saturday night at Progressive Field, as the rain-drenched infield tarp was the center of attention for the second consecutive game.
Friday's Indians-Tigers Game Rained Out, Traditional Doubleheader Scheduled For SundayFriday's game between the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers has been postponed due to rain. The two clubs will play a traditional doubleheader on Sunday, starting at 1 p.m. Gates at Progressive Field will open on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Indians Announce More Changes Coming To Progressive FieldThe updates made to Progressive Field prior to the 2015 season were just the beginning.
Bob DiBiasio Defends The Indians Amid Disappointing SeasonIndians Senior Vice President of Public Affairs Bob Dibiasio joined Chico Borman & 92.3 The Fan on Sunday.
VIDEO: Anthony Lima Checks Out The Downtown Festivities During Cleveland Indians Home Opener 2015How did Cleveland celebrate the Indians home opener? Anthony Lima explored downtown Cleveland to chat with Tribe fans.