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Progressive Field, Cleveland

Progressive Field - Cleveland, Ohio
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Progressive Field
2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland, OH 44115Map
+1 216 420 4200
Neighborhood: Downtown
AOL Travel Editor’s Review

Not a baseball fan? Come to Progressive Field anyway. This is where the Indians—the team with Chief Wahoo as its controversial mascot—play. The stadium, formerly called Jacob’s Field, opened in 1994 to great fanfare and hoopla. After President Bill Clinton threw out the first pitch in the first game against the Seattle Mariners, the Indians won. Since then, Progressive Field—which many still call Jacob’s Field, out of habit—has been witness to both winning and losing games, but mostly the latter, dashing hopes. Still, from the top-row cheap seats, you’ll get the best view of Terminal Tower against a sunset. And, the seagulls visit you. Psst…For cheap ballgame eats, go to Kidsland, Section 117 on the main concourse. Kid-sized food is available at kid-size prices.

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