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Cleveland Indians home field with a mezzanine-level kid's club, concessions & youth workshops.- Google
"Great place to watch a baseball game."
"Tribe matching to Wild Card!"
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Jaywine Mason
2 months ago
It's . Unbelievable. Since the ballpark open in April of 1994.and In my opinion the fans really love this major league ballpark.the fans love when players hit homeruns.on a year. To year basis.prior to the 1995 season the Indians. Hit countless homeruns in a single season. Pitchers did A outstanding work the bullpen did a tremendous job. Getting the saves in the 1995 season.this season can the Indians hit more homeruns in a season?
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Andrew Watkins
3 months ago
One of the better stadiums I've been too. Pretty awesome views with comfortable seats in the infield district. Can't wait to go again.
Zachary Bowen
a month ago
it was an amazing experience. the seats were great and I got an autograph for my son
Stan Konopa
11 months ago
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eagles fan
2 months ago
Stadium looks great. Great atmosphere as soon as you walk into the stadium. Renovations look great and add something that it has been missing. No complaints at all.
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Alex Kraeft
7 months ago
I was there on June 21 when Cleveland played Detroit (BTW I'm a Detroit fan, I'm from Michigan ;). We were on a "graduation trip" and I had previously been to the RRHF before coming here. Justin Verlander pitched and Detroit won, but Nathan nearly blew it. But seriously, the field was very nice and most of the fans were descent people. One joked with me when he saw my VERLANDER 35 shirt. I did get pissed though when one fan yelled at my little brother telling him to get off the ramp because he couldn't see, he's a little shorter than us. But other than that, it was a very nice field.
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Nick 11
4 months ago
One of the best ballparks in MLB. Shout out to John Adams the Indians drummer, he really helps make games even more exciting.
Craig Schlozman
11 months ago
The Indians' front office must have known that fans going to see the Tribe need to be bribed with plentiful public transportation, unique food offerings, and a well-tended playing surface. The jumbo tron screen can be seen well from everywhere in the park, and includes all the relevant stats so you don't have to look all over the stadium to find info like pitch count, and batters' previous at-bats. Like all the major league parks, prices are astronomical, but the Tribe puts on a good show and obviously takes good care of the infield dirt and outfield turf in between games. The team web site offers some great ticket discounts, many of which include $5-10 credit at concessions, making the deal even better. 2014 is a great year for the Indians, so the "10 strikeouts by Indians pitchers and every ticket holder gets a free sandwich" has been honored several times. Very good ball park experience.
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