2021 Indians Tickets
The Cleveland Indians were founded way back in 1894, but even after 100+ years of baseball demand for Indians tickets is as strong as ever. That is because Cleveland has some of the best fans in baseball, who come out to the ballpark throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall. Tribe fans are expecting this 2021 team to be a threat in the AL Central, so they will be showing up to root on their ball club.
Indians fans show up in force for every big home game, but crowds get particularly large whenever the Red Sox or Yankees are in-town. The crowd stays predominantly for the home club, but the Yanks or Bosox may sneak a few more of their faithful in the game. Regarldess, Progressive Field is an intimidating place to play for the visiting team. That remains true whenever the Cubs, Reds, or White Sox come in for a weekend series. Ohio may have two MLB teams, but most sports fans living in the state will tell you the Indians are by far the favorite of the masses.
Indians Opening Day
What is the biggest baseball game of the season in Cleveland? The answer is Indians opening day, when tens of thousands take the day off to come see the 2021 team. Opening day is a special tradition for many fans, so ticket prices are usually quite high for the first game of the season. To find a cheaper deal on Indians tickets, then go to the game the day after opening day which is much more affordable. That said, few experiences in baseball match the feeling of Opening Day.
Cleveland Indians Playoff Tickets
Cleveland fans are some of the best fans, so whenever the Tribe qualify for the postseason expect to see massive crowds at Indians home games. From Game 1 of the ALDS to Game 7 of the World Series, Progressive Field will be packed with capacity crowds. Indians World Series games are obviously the biggest post-season games, but another huge series is an ALCS match-up against either the Red Sox or Yankees.
Indians Spring Training in Arizona
The Tribe's home field for Spring Training games is the Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona. The 10,311 seat venue is shared by the Indians and Cincinnati Reds and opened in 2009. That makes Goodyear a perfect road trip for Ohio baseball fans who want to see the two in-state play in the warmer weather of Arizona. See the full spring training schedule.