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Progressive Field may be covered in snow, but Fox 8 photojournalist Ali Ghanbari reminds us that warmer weather and Indians baseball are just ahead.
District Ticket presented by SportsTime Ohio, KeyBank Kids Ticket generate excitement among Tribe fans!
Today, the Indians announced great ticket offers for all ages, effective for the 2015 season. Below are details about the offers, and how fans reacted towards the news on Twitter!
District Ticket Offer presented by SportsTime Ohio: Get your first drink on us with the District Ticket presented by SportsTime Ohio! For $13, fans will get a standing room only ticket with their first drink included (a 12 oz. domestic beer for those age 21 and over, Pepsi product or bottled water)
KeyBank Kids Ticket: The KeyBank Kids Ticket starts at just $10 for kids 12 and under with the purchase of an adult ticket (max of two kids per adult). Tickets are located in the redesigned Family Deck (formerly the Mezzanine section) and adjacent to our expanded Kids Clubhouse. Kids of all ages can enjoy a two-story slide and interactive locker room in the indoor area, and interactive pitching, fielding and batting activities outdoors.
Online Onsale: Each ticket offer is available when Single-Game tickets go on sale to those fans registered for the Indians Online Onsale on Tuesday, March 3. Fans can sign up for that Onsale through Friday, Feb. 27, at Indians.com/OnlineOnsale.
Winter is slogging along, but our construction crews are still hard at work to have the ballpark ready on April 10!
A couple of these photos were taken from time-lapse cameras we have mounted outside the Gate C area; others were taken inside the construction zone today.
We’re just a week away from Pitchers and Catchers reporting to Goodyear, and 58 short days away from the Home Opener!
–Photos by Dan Mendlik
The calendar has turned to February, which means the 2015 season is inching closer. Construction is on schedule for Opening Day!
Take a look at the newest photos of the Right Field renovation project. Lots of interior work being done, and replacing a newer variety of seats. Only a few more weeks until our guys start playing ball!
-Photos by Dan Mendlik
We brought you our great photographers’ shots from Day 1 last night/this morning.
Here’s more. We’ll see you in 75 days at Progressive Field!
–Photos by Dan Mendlik and Sarah Sachs
More from Tribe Fest Day 1: Photos! Autographs, haircuts, interviews, babies being signed and more!
–Photos by Sarah Sachs
You may have heard some exciting news from us on Wednesday: Popular local restaurants Melt, Barrio and Sweet Moses are coming to Progressive Field! Check out photos from the announcement above, and hear what the owners of the three restaurants had to say in the video below. Also, check out some highlights from Twitter reaction here.
–Photos by Sarah Sachs/Video by Nick Owens
Today, the Cleveland Indians announced that local favorites Melt Bar & Grilled, Barrio and Sweet Moses will serve up their unique food at Progressive Field in 2015!
These new food selections will be located in the renovated Right Field District of the ballpark and provide fans with another fan-friendly option.
Melt, founded 6 years ago in Lakewood, will offer five of their most popular sandwiches: Kindergarten (grilled cheese), Chorizo & Potato (spicy sausage and potato hash), Parmageddon (pierogi, onion and sauerkraut), BBQ Pork (with onion rings) and Mushroom Melt (garlic mushrooms, onions and arugula).
Barrio, with locations in Tremont and Lakewood, has gained notoriety for its casual atmosphere and fresh, flavorful tacos which fans can now enjoy while watching a game live at Progressive Field.
Sweet Moses, named after Cleveland’s founder, will bring classic ice cream sundaes and more to the ballpark including a sundae featuring homemade caramel corn and peanuts atop a salted caramel ice cream.
Our Twitter followers were pretty excited about the announcement. Here are some of our favorite reaction tweets!