Baseball in Cleveland is one of the city's oldest traditions, dating to 1869. After buying the Indians in 1986, owners Richard Jacobs and his late brother David committed to building a winning formula in Cleveland. This plan included creating a world-class, baseball-only ballpark. The owners' vision became a reality in 1994, when Progressive Field (formerly known as Jacobs Field) opened. This urban ballpark is located within the physical boundaries of three main streets in downtown Cleveland. Progressive Field has already provided the city with many great memories, including the Indians' clinching their first division title Sept. 8, 1995, and Tony Pena's game winning-homer in the 13th inning in Game 1 of the Division Series against Boston on Oct. 3, 1995, to give the Tribe its first postseason win since Oct. 11, 1948. The playing field is a natural-grass blend of Kentucky bluegrass. Lawrence Dolan and family trusts purchased the team in 2001 and continue to upgrade the ballpark, with features like Heritage Park, located behind center field, and the group party deck overlooking right field.
Soak up the scene:
For most of its existence this place was known as Jacobs Field, or The Jake, and it remains a great place to catch a game. Tribe fans no longer sell it out every game like they did from 1995-2000, but they're still a dedicated bunch. Even if the game doesn't go well there are plenty of bars and restaurants nearby, as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum, to help you happily kill the rest of the day. For more on the Progressive Field experience, including a game-day itinerary, visit Wise Guides.
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Sections 136, 138, 165 and 167 include Diamond Box Rows A-F followed by Field Box Rows J-Z and Rows AA-HH.
Sections 140-164 include Diamond Box Rows F-L followed by Field Box Rows M-Z and Rows AA-HH.
Children ages 2 and younger are admitted free, but must sit on a parents lap. Young children attending Indians games may obtain a free ID wristband personalized with their seat location, enabling Guest Service Representatives to return lost children to their seat. Wristbands are available at Guest Services during all home games.
Cameras are permitted if not obstructing fans view. Recording devices are not permitted. No bottles, cans or coolers. Food is permitted if brought in a plastic or paper bags, and small juice boxes are allowed. Persons using obscene or abusive language, or engaging in any other antisocial conduct offensive to those around them, will be asked by Indians personnel to cease this conduct. If the offensive conduct persists, those involved will be subject to ejection from the ballpark. Persons wearing indecent apparel imprinted with profane or abusive language while on ballpark grounds will be asked to remove or cover the garment. If the garment is not covered or removed, the person shall be subject to ejection.