Indians To Expand Safety Netting For 2018The Cleveland Indians announced that they will expand the safety netting behind home plate at Progressive Field starting next season.
Indians ALDS Games Sell OutThe Cleveland Indians announced this morning that the three potential American League Divisional Series games are sold out.
Indians Reach 2 Million Tickets Sold For 2017 SeasonThe Cleveland Indians announced on Wednesday that the club has reached 2 million in ticket sales at Progressive Field for the first time since 2008.
Cleveland Indians Home Opener TriviaTuesday will be the 117th home opener in Cleveland Indians history and the 24th since Progressive Field opened as Jacobs Field in 1994.
Five Things To Know For The Cleveland Indians' Home OpenerSure, baseball has already begun, but nothing beats the Home Opener in Cleveland. Here's some things to know for your trip downtown on Tuesday.
Sustainability, Wi-Fi Focus of Progressive Field RenovationsThe Cleveland Indians are furthering their overhaul of Progressive Field with sustainability efforts, as well as more additions to its already lengthy local food and beverage options, the team announced on Wednesday.
What Is The True Cost Of The All-Star Game? Ken Carman And Anthony Lima Weigh InMajor League Baseball announced on Friday that the Cleveland Indians will host the 2019 All-Star Game at Progressive Field and The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima wants to know if that means the end of Chief Wahoo in Cleveland.
News Of MLB All-Star Game's 2019 Return To Cleveland Comes At Great Time For Indians, CityOne of the many highlights tied to the rebirth of the Indians' franchise and the revitalization of downtown Cleveland in the mid-90s was the 1997 All-Star Game, an exhibition of the game's best which was played at the Tribe's three-year-old ballpark, Jacobs Field. Since that memorable Midsummer Classic, one that featured catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. hitting a go-ahead round-tripper in his home stadium and taking home 1997 All-Star Game MVP honors, the city, ballpark and organization have undergone several changes.
MLB Announces Additional Start Times For ALCSMajor League Baseball announced additional starting times for the American League Championship Series between the Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays.
Indians Adding Extra Seats For ALDSAccording to WKYC, the Indians are trying to squeeze as many fans as they can into Progressive Field.
Indians Announce Sellouts For Pair Of ALDS Games At Progressive FieldHours after home game tickets for the American League Division Series went on sale to the public Monday morning, the Cleveland Indians announced the first two games of the opening round series at Progressive Field were officially sold out.
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.