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Indians seek $8 million from county for Progressive Field upgrades

CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Indians are seeking $8 million from Cuyahoga County for upgrades to the club section and executive offices at Progressive Field.

The county is obligated to fund major capital repairs under its lease with the team, which said the updates are needed to keep the ballpark, which opened in 1994, competitive with others around the country. 542 more words

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First Tribe game of 2018

There’s something about returning to Progressive Field for the first time after a long, baseball-less winter that is so satisfying. The smell of the overpriced ballpark food; the sight of the lush, green field; the hum of the crowd that grows louder as more people filter in to take their seats, excited for the game ahead. 691 more words

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First on Fox: A look at the extended safety netting up at Progressive Field

CLEVELAND— FOX8 got a first look at the extended safety netting inside Progressive Field Tuesday.

The Cleveland Indians announced they would extend the netting along the first and third baselines in December 2017. 487 more words

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LOCAL NEWS: Safety Netting to Expand at Progressive Field

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Indians will expand the safety netting at Progressive Field for the 2018 season, the team announced on Wednesday.

The net will extend from Section 164 down the third-base line to Section 140 down the first-base line. 155 more words

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Cleveland Indians expanding safety netting at Progressive Field

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Indians will expand the safety netting at Progressive Field for the 2018 season, the team announced on Wednesday.

The net will extend from Section 164 down the third-base line to Section 140 down the first-base line. 170 more words

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Indians To Expand Safety Netting For 2018

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians are expanding the safety netting at Progressive Field for the 2018 season.

The club will extend the current vertical netting behind home plate down the first- and third-base lines to the ends of the dugouts in an effort to better protect fans from hard-hit foul balls and bats flying into the stands. 78 more words

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