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Saturday’s 4:10PM game against the Orioles also features Corey Kluber bobblehead day, and surely there will be long lines at the gates.
Want to skip the lines? Easy: Use MLB.com’s Ballpark app to manage your tickets, and enter our Mobile-only gate!
For Saturday and any other game at Progressive Field, those fans using Ballpark to manage their tickets on their mobile device can skip the lines at the new Right Field Gate and enter at our new Mobile-only gate.
Why? The Indians are encouraging all fans to experience the ease and convenience of using the app to manage their tickets, plus all the other great features of the app – check-in offers (and cool stuff) from our partners including KeyBank, and much more.
So, download the app now, link your accounts and be ready to skip the line and use the Mobile-only gate at the Right Field Gate on Saturday and the rest of the season!
Here’s a tutorial on ticket management through the app:
The Indians return home for 10 games, including three games vs. the Royals (July 4-6), four games vs. the Yankees (July 7-10) and three vs. the White Sox (July 11-13). Here’s what’s going on during a VERY busy homestand.
- Sugardale Dollar Dog night: Friday, July 4
- Extended Fireworks (Patriotic theme), presented by Wayside Furniture: Friday, July 4
- Rally Alley, presented by RTA: Friday, July 4
- Homestand Heroes: Friday, July 4
- Larry Doby jersey (10,000 fans), courtesy of Sherwin-Williams: Saturday, July 5
- Fireworks (KISS tribute): Saturday, July 5
- Rally Alley, presented by RTA: Saturday, July 5
- Chisenhall artifacts on display: Saturday, July 5 (see below)
- KeyBank Kids Fun Day: Sunday, July 6
- Kids Run the Bases, presented by Cleveland Clinic Children’s: Sunday, July 6
- Jason Kipnis bobblehead, courtesy of FirstEnergy (12,500 fans): Tuesday, July 8
- Sugardale Dollar Dog night: Thursday, July 10
WHITE SOX SERIES
- Fireworks (current Country music tribute), presented by Discount Drug Mart: Friday, July 11
- Rally Alley, presented by RTA: Friday, July 11
- Kenny Lofton jersey, courtesy of KeyBank (10,000 fans): Saturday, July 12
- Rally Alley, presented by RTA: Saturday, July 12
- KeyBank Kids Fun Day: Sunday, July 13
- Kids Run the Bases, presented by Cleveland Clinic Children’s: Sunday, July 13
FRIDAY, JULY 4 vs. ROYALS @ 7:05PM
- ALL GATES: OPEN at 5:30PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge open at 4:30PM)
- Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN
Sugardale Dollar Dog Night
Extended Fireworks, presented by Wayside Furniture
Rally Alley, presented by RTA
Homestand Heroes: The Indians will dedicate tonight’s game to fallen, current and future military members, along with all branches of the military with a night full of activities, including:
- TAPS honorees: A family from this organization will be honored before the game (TAPS assists grieving families that have lost members during service)
- Bob Feller Act of Valor Award: Finalists (including Nick Swisher) will be announced for second annual award; last year’s winners included Yankee HOFer Yogi Berra and Tigers SP Justin Verlander
- Color guards on hand for national anthem
- Postgame: Swearing-in ceremony on the field/flag unveil in Upper Reserved
Alumni meet and greets: Joe Azcue (1963-69) and Gary Bell (1958-1967) will meet fans in Rally Alley.
Brohio: Get tickets here!
The Tribe officially has a fan flying out to Spring Training to compete for a spot in the MLB Fan Cave! Alexandria Justice was selected as a Top 30 finalist late on Tuesday and will arrive in Goodyear on Monday. TribeVibe caught up with Alex before she heads to Arizona to demonstrate why she is the ultimate baseball fan.
TribeVibe: What was your reaction when you found out you made the Top 30?
Alexandria Justice: Just like for the top 50, I’m not afraid to admit that I cried like a baby. Waiting for them to announce the top 30 after the voting closed at 5 p.m. was almost the death of me. I swear I didn’t blink for minutes at a time while staring at my computer screen and started to get lightheaded from holding my breath. Finally, I refreshed the page for the millionth time and there I was, in the top 30. My best friend was waiting outside of my room (I wanted to be alone, just in case) so when I screamed, “OH MY GOD, I LOVE EVERYONE IN THE WORLD!” she got the hint that it was safe to come in. She picked me up, spun me around, and we freaked out for the next five minutes. Once again, it was hard to believe that I wasn’t dreaming.