Behind arguably the best pitching rotation in the majors and superstar short stop Francisco Lindor, the Cleveland Indians appear poised to take home their third consecutive American League Central championship in 2018. Cleveland will host two, 10-game home stands. They will face the Kansas City Royals (April 6-8) to open their home slate, followed by the Detroit Tigers (April 9-12) and Toronto Blue Jays (April 13-15). In their final action before the All-Star break, the Indians will host the Oakland Athletics (July 6-8), Cincinnati Reds (July 9-11) and New York Yankees (July 12-15). The Indians will host last year’s World Series champion Houston Astros from May 24-27 and the AL East champion Boston Red Sox from September 21-23. Indians vs Astros tickets are as cheap as $30 and Indians vs Red Sox tickets are currently starting at $62. For interleague play, Cleveland will host the Chicago Cubs (April 24-25), Milwaukee Brewers (June 5-6) and Pittsburgh Pirates (July 23-25) in addition to the Reds.
TicketCity's Progressive Field Seating Recommendation
In the unique confines of Progressive Field, the seating in left field is limited due to the location of the scoreboard. Therefore, most of the seating at any level above the visitor dugout down the first base line allows you to see the scoreboard without having to turn your head the entire game to watch the action at home plate.
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Cleveland Indians Baseball at Progressive Field Address: 2401 Ontario St, Cleveland, Ohio, 44115
The Indians play their home games at Progressive Field, located in Cleveland, Ohio. When filled to capacity, Progressive Field holds more than 43,000 screaming fans. When at the game make sure to travel beyond the center field wall to Heritage Park. Opened in 2007, Heritage Park is the new Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame and includes plaques for all of the past Indian greats. The Cleveland Indians dugout is on the Progressive Field third base line in front of sections 160-165. Progressive Field parking information is covered in our Indians event guide.
Indians vs. White Sox
The Indians and White Sox have been playing for decades, but the rivalry didn’t really gain traction until both joined the AL Central in 1994. Together these two teams combined for the first 7 AL Central pennants and often were the two best teams in the division during that period. Over the last few years, this rivalry has regained the intensity from the early AL Central. With both teams on the rise, this rivalry promises to be one of the best in the AL over the next few years.
Indians vs. Tigers
The Indians and Tigers rivalry is one of the few matchups that has survived realignment. Both clubs were founding members of the AL East, and both moved from the east to the AL Central. Since then the Tigers and Indians have combined to win over half of the AL Central pennants. In the last few years both clubs have pulled away to become the class of the division. Both squads are loaded with talent, and this continues to be the best matchup in the AL Central.
Indians vs. Royals
This matchup didn’t become a rivalry until both squads joined the AL Central in 1994. Since then the Indians have won an unprecedented number of divisional titles. The Royals won a world series in 1985, and have been trying to regain that level of success over the last few decades. Often some of the biggest games of the year in the AL Central, this rivalry has the intensity needed to make a great matchup, it just needs both teams to be good at the same time.
Cleveland Indians in the World Series, American League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
The Cleveland Indians had the most success during the mid-1990s when they won five division titles. During this span they also won two AL pennants. Overall, the franchise that has been around since 1915 has won multiple World Series titles, the first coming in 1920. Cleveland has also won more than four AL pennants and 6+ division titles and will only add to that number in the upcoming seasons.
What time do the gates open prior to an Indians game?
Gate times differ depending on what gate you are entering and what night of the week it is. Typically general admission to Progressive Field is an hour before game time Monday through Thursday and 90 minutes before weekend games.
Where are good places to eat before an Indians game?
There are dozens of great sports bars close to Progressive Field. We recommend trying the Winking Lizard Tavern, Leader Bar and Grill, and Thirsty & Ten. Pizza lovers should not miss trying Vincenza's Pizza & Pasta, or Alesci’s Downtown. If you are looking for a more upscale dining experience, try Lola, a great wine bar with a sophisticated menu and great service. Pura Vida, Lolita, and Crop Bistro are two trendier options in the area that are perfect for foodies. If you are looking for Mexican food, try Orale! Kitchen, or Momocho. Other great places in the area are Greenhouse Tavern, Great Lakes Brewing Company, and Fahrenheit.
Where is the best place to park at Progressive Field?
Progressive Field is surrounded by many great parking options. The most convenient parking locations are located on the north side of the stadium, in-between the stadium and Huron Road. Another good area to look is on the east side of the stadium. There are quite a few smaller parking lots scattered between 9th and 14th from Prospect to Carnegie. To the northwest of the stadium at the corner of Huron and Ontaria is a large parking lot with a walkway to the gateway.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Cleveland Indians game?
Children who have not reached their third birthday will be allowed to enter Progressive Field without a ticket but must sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game. It is best practice to have proof of your child’s age with you to ensure they are allowed to enter the stadium.