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Progressive Field History

Progressive Field first opened for the 1994 season, when nearly 45,000 fans flocked to the ballpark to watch the Indians battle the Seattle Mariners in early April. Since then, the field has changed names from Jacobs Field to Progressive Field, but the enthusiasm you're likely to find in the stands remains the same, as the Indians have a great fan base that has continued to pour into the stands to provide the perfect backdrop for a big game. Over the years, Progressive Field has been a part of some great matchup, and that's not likely to change as the Indians look to put it together and make a move back towards the top of the A.L. Central standings.

Progressive Field hasn't just hosted great regular season games, however as it also hosted the 1997 All-Star Game and even three games of the 1997 World Series, when the Tribe got edged out by the Florida Marlins. This venue also is known for selling out 455 straight games, helping make it nothing short of a staple of the local sports scene that has fans turning up in droves each and every season. Whenever the Indians take to the field to take on a talented team, Indians' fans definitely know the best place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.

Progressive Field Events

As the home of the Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field sees at least 81 MLB games each season. The Indians take on some of the toughest clubs in the American League at Progressive Field every year, and fans pour into the stands to see the action unfold live and in person. There may be plenty of different ways to see a major spectator sport these days, but you're not even close if you think you're going to conjure up the thrill of the stands through your fancy flatscreen. Instead, head out and see the Indians at Progressive Field and you'll end up with an experience that will have you at the edge of your seat until the last pitch of the game as Indians' fans cheer for the home team.

Progressive Field Trivia

Did you know that Manny Ramirez holds the franchise record for RBIs?

It really came together in a big way for Manny in 1999, as he was the driving force for one of the best lineups in team history. That year, Ramirez averaged more than an RBI a game, racking up 165 in total while hitting.333 and belting 44 homers on the season.

Progressive Field Fans

Progressive Field, the home of Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians, can seat more than 43,000 fans for the biggest baseball games hosted at the venue, and you can bet there will be an amazing atmosphere thanks to the excitable Indians' fans that keep the passion and intensity at a high level throughout the season. When the game is on the line in a nail-biter that could go either way, you'll definitely see why Progressive Field has become one of the most popular venues in the world to see a ballgame.

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