If you plan on attending a baseball game at Progressive Field this season, you’d better bring your appetite.
While playoff baseball is not currently taking place at Progressive Field — home of the Cleveland Indians — the massive upgrades and renovations to the ballpark are well underway in Cleveland.
TribeFest is returning to Progressive Field for a third consecutive year. On Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians announced dates for the club’s third annual installment of the fan favorite experience.
Over the past few seasons, the Cleveland Indians are having issues consistently putting fans in seats at Progressive Field. But what about the potential for fans to bring the seats home?
The 2014 Indians may not have accomplished all their goals this year but they did do a lot of good things, finishing above .500 (85-77) good for 3rd place in the strong AL Central.
After 21 seasons of Cleveland Indians baseball on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario, Progressive Field is receiving a massive overhaul, the team formally announced Thursday, August 7.
The Indians plan an extensive renovation of Progressive Field over the next two years, remodeling the 20-year-old downtown ballpark to better connect with their fans.
Hoyer talked about his dreams of playing for the Indians as a kid, the return of LeBron James to Cleveland and even Johnny Manziel’s off the field antics.
Ed FitzGerald talks about his proposed “win tax” regarding the 20 percent of the sin tax money to be distributed to the franchise that realizes the most success, the idea of incentivizing the local teams to win…
CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – Cuyahoga County executive Ed FitzGerald has come up with a plan to allocate revenue from the sin tax while holding the Indians, Browns and Cavaliers accountable for their on-field performance. […]