When is Cleveland’s home opener? Progressive Field will see action for the first time this season on Monday, April 5. First pitch is at 4:10 p.m. The Tribe is back from a road series with the Detroit Tigers and will host fans for the first time in over a year.
CLEVELAND — The 2021 Major League Baseball season gets underway this week, with Opening Day for the Cleveland Indians and 29 other teams set for Thursday. The Tribe begins their 2021 season on Thursday, April 1, at 1:10 p.m. against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park.
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.
Progressive Field As an outdoor venue, masks remain optional for all fans at the home of the Cleveland Indians.
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.
The teams plays its home games at the Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, which has been the Indians’ home since 1994. The average regular season attendance stood at 22 thousand in 2019, down from over 25 thousand during the 2017 season.
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Andre is a sports contributor for FOX 8 News and a reporter for all Cleveland Indians telecasts on SportsTime Ohio. He is a five-time Emmy winner for his work on Indians broadcast.