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Mike DeWine announced that the Cleveland Indians will be permitted to host fans at Progressive Field, with the stadium’s capacity capped at 30 percent to start the 2021 season. Social distancing will be required at all queuing locations before entering the stadium.
You can forward tickets via the MLB Ballpark app from the moment you purchase them until two hours after the first pitch of that day’s game as long as that ticket has not already been scanned in for entry at Progressive Field.
CLEVELAND — On the same day that the coronavirus-related health orders in Ohio will expire, the Cleveland Indians will allow a full capacity of fans at Progressive Field. On Tuesday, the Indians announced that beginning on June 2, it will once again be permitting their full capacity of 35,041 fans at Progressive Field.
Children three (3) years of age and older require a game ticket and must have their own seat at an Indians game. Children under 3 do not require a ticket if they sit on an adult’s lap. KidsLand is located on the Main Concourse near the escalator. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Priced at $30-$60-$70, these seats are located directly behind the Diamond Box in the lower seating bowl, and also in the front half of two sections at the far end of each dugout.
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Full season ticket prices range from $1,300 per seat in the Upper Box or Bleachers to $6,370 per seat in the Diamond Box. Half season plans come in two options; Half Season A and Half Season B. Half-season prices range from $675 per seat in the Upper Box or Bleachers to $3,178 per seat in the Infield Club.
Bringing Your Own Food to the Indians Baseball Game You can only bring outside food or drink into Victory Field if you are sitting in the lawn or have a specific medical need. Victory Field offers several concession options that are vegan and/or gluten-free.
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — With scorching temperatures in the weekend weather forecast, the Indianapolis Indians announced Thursday that fans coming to games through Sunday will be allowed to bring bottled water into the Victory Field seating bowl. Approved bottled water containers are 20 oz or smaller.
Fans are permitted to bring manufactured diaper bags, medical bags, and clutches not exceeding 9”x5”x2”. All other bags and bag types, including purses, are prohibited from entering. Fanny packs and clutches with a strap are permitted.
The increase will push capacity from an estimated 11,500 to about 14,000 at the Indians’ 35,000-seat ballpark.
The previous name came from team owners Richard and David Jacobs, who had acquired naming rights when the facility opened. The ballpark is still often referred to as “The Jake” based on its original name.
Cleveland Indians are making masks optional at Progressive Field. Also, fans will have the option to wear masks at Progressive Field but it will not be mandatory. However, the team will continue its bag policy and all tickets will stayed mobile entry.