Progressive Field, 2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland OH 44115 Google Maps
Progressive Field has been the home of the Cleveland Indians since 1994. From 1994 to 2007 is was called Jacobs Field. Municipal Stadium was the home of the Cleveland Indians, before Progressive Field, from 1932 to 1993.
Progressive Field is located a few blocks east of downtown Cleveland. RTA rail service is available to Tower City at Public Square. There is an indoor walkway from Tower City to Progressive Field. The RTA Red rail line goes between Cleveland Hopkins Airport and Public Square making it possible to stay at a hotel with a free airport shuttle and take rapid transit to Progressive Field. Many RTA bus lines also terminate at or near Public Square.
Progressive Field has good automobile access for freeways entering Cleveland. North-south interstates 71 and 77 end in Cleveland. East-west interstates 80 and 90 also serve the Cleveland area.
Cleveland Indians Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Cleveland Indians History
The Cleveland Indians have not won the World Series since 1948. Since 1995, the Indians have seven American League Central Division Championships and two AL pennants. In 1995, they lost to the Atlanta Braves in the World Series. Two years later in 1997 the Indians lost to the Florida Marlins after going into the ninth inning of the seventh game leading 2 to 1.
Lou Boudreau played for the Cleveland Indians from 1938 to 1950. He led the American League shortstops in fielding in 8 seasons. He won the batting title in 1948 as player manager and the Indians won the American League pennant. The Indians beat the Boston Braves in the World Series and have not won it since.