Cleveland Indians announce Sept. 12 game vs. Tigers postponed; fans should hold onto their tickets

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Fans should hold on to tickets until makeup information is determined 

UPDATE as of 9/18: It has been determined in coordination with Major League Baseball that the postponed Indians vs. Tigers game on September 12 will be made up, only if there are postseason implications, on Monday, October 5 (time TBD) in Cleveland at Progressive Field.

Due to the continuous rain and conditions of the playing field, the Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday’s game against the Tigers has been postponed.

Fans holding tickets to the Sept. 12 game who would like to attend the makeup game vs. the Tigers can exchange for that Oct. 5 makeup game, if it’s played. Those exchanges can be made at the Progressive Field ticket office on Oct. 5.

Fans who do not want to attend the makeup game vs. the Tigers have two other exchange options: Sept. 12 tickets also can be exchanged for the Tribe’s games vs. Boston on Friday, October 2 (Fireworks) or Saturday, October 3 (Dollar Dog, Fireworks, Fan Appreciation Night). Those exchanges must be made by Sept. 25.

Fans who purchased tickets at Indians.com and who do not want to attend the makeup game vs. the Tigers will receive an email with further details on how to exchange for the designated exchange games, on October 2 or October 3. Exchanges will occur online through My Indians Tickets.

Fans who purchased tickets at the Progressive Field Box Office or Progressive Field Team Shop who do not want to attend the makeup game vs. the Tigers can exchange them for one of the two designated games.

Note: In-person exchanges can be made beginning Monday morning at 10AM.

DETAILED INDIANS RAINOUT/RESCHEDULED GAME POLICY ON INDIANS.COM/SCHEDULECHANGES

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