Tags » Progressive Field

Our Experiences and Suggestions at Progressive Field

Last Monday was Memorial Day.  The weather was gorgeous, sunny and warm, and the Cleveland Indians were playing the Texas Rangers with a 4:05 start time. 646 more words

Cleveland Sports

“Friends of Francona” program honors veteran Chris Esselburn on Memorial Day weekend

In 2013 when Terry Francona became manager of the Cleveland Indians, he started the “Friends of Francona” program as a way to recognize and give back to deserving people throughout the season. 414 more words


When I dated my now-husband in high school, I tagged along to all of his little league/legion ball baseball games. After all, that is what a teenager-in-love does. 892 more words


Cleveland Rocks (and my Trip to Progressive Field Proves it)

Cleveland frequently gets a bad rap, whether it is our cursed sports teams, our not-so perfect city, or our sub-par economy.  However, what often time gets overlooked is all the amazing aspects of life in Cleveland, especially during the… 466 more words


From Cleveland.com: A 100-year-old and his love of family, golf and the Cleveland Indians

Surely you remember our post about Chuck Yasenka, the 100-year-0ld who recently threw out the first pitch at Progressive Field.

Cleveland.com’s Zack Meisel wrote a more in-depth profile of , and if possible, Chuck became even cooler. 171 more words

Corey Kluber's incredible night: Photos, historical context

Some historical context on AL Cy Young winner Corey Kluber’s start on Wednesday night:

  • Tossed 8.0 inning (6.2 no-hit innings), striking out a career-high 18 batters (8.0IP, 1H, 18SO, 1HB, 113 pitches/74 strikes)…marks the most strikeouts by a pitcher in a MLB game this season (see note below for more).
  • 314 more words

Indians unveil Bob Feller exhibit in Terrace Club at Progressive Field

Exhibit features items from former museum in Feller’s hometown in Iowa, including glove from Opening Day no-hitter, Navy jacket and more

The Cleveland Indians today unveiled a new Bob Feller Exhibit in the Terrace Club at Progressive Field, a celebration of the life and career of one of the most storied baseball players in history. 186 more words