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Indians Return Home for 11-Game Homestand

Sugardale Dollar Dog night: Friday, Sept. 5

Fan Vote Fireworks (Evolution of Pop Music): Friday, Sept. 5

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Fan Designed T-shirt, courtesy of Cleveland Clinic (10,000 fans): Saturday, Sept. 6

Fireworks (tribute to Huey Lewis and the News), presented by FirstMerit Bank: Saturday, Sept. 6

KeyBank Kids Fun Day: Sunday, Sept. 7

Kids Run the Bases, presented by Cleveland Clinic Children's: Sunday, Sept. 7

CLEVELAND, OH -The Indians return home for an 11-game homestand that's part of a stretch of 30 games in 30 days. It begins with four games vs. Detroit (Sept. 1-4), three vs. the White Sox (Sept. 5-7), a makeup of June 18 rainout vs. the Angels (Sept. 8) and three vs. the Twins (Sept. 9-11).

TICKETING OPTIONS - BUY EARLY AND SAVE

Fans' best value in 2014 at Progressive Field comes by buying early and using Paperless ticketing: This year, buying online, even with fees, saves fans money over Progressive Field Box Office/Team Shop ticket prices.

FAN-FOCUSED INITIATIVES

TRIBE PARK AND RIDE, PRESENTED BY SPORTSTIME OHIO, IS BACK!

Fans can leave the transportation to the Indians and SportsTime Ohio from area suburbs with the return of Tribe Park and Ride for a second season! Tickets are only $5! Full Tribe Park and Ride details, including dates and pickup locations, along with tickets, are available at Indians.com/ParkandRide.

One TPAR date remains:

  • Sept. 6 vs. CHW: Mentor (Lakeland Community College) and Strongsville (SouthPark Mall)

 

FANS CAN OWN A PIECE OF PROGRESSIVE FIELD HISTORY: THE BALLPARK'S TURNSTILES

Indians fans can own a piece of Progressive Field history, as a limited number of the ballpark's turnstiles are available for purchase. The turnstiles have been used for 20 years, and are a must-have for any hardcore fan.

They've been authenticated by Major League Baseball and are available by calling or visiting the Progressive Field Team Shop at 216-420-HITS.

INDIANS ANNOUNCE ENHANCEMENTS TO FAN EXPERIENCE AT PROGRESSIVE FIELD

The Cleveland Indians announced last week that the club would make major enhancements at Progressive Field this offseason aimed at adapting to fans' expectations for their ballpark experience.

Developed after extensive research into the team's fan base and its preferences and demands, the project will include:

 

  • Expanded Kids Clubhouse
  • Two-story, climate-controlled bar in right field
  • Dramatic new Gate C/Redesigned bullpens in center field
  • Incorporation of popular city neighborhoods into the ballpark
  • Integrating more of the team's storied history into the park
  • New Group seating area in right field upper deck

Complete project details can be found at www.Indians.com/ProgressiveField.

TIGERS SERIES FOCUS/PROMOTIONS

BALLPARK EVENTS

Monday, September 1 vs. Tigers @ 4:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 2:30PM

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

Michael Brantley bobblehead: The Tribe's first-time All-Star, nicknamed Dr. Smooth, gets his own bobblehead for 12,500 fans at Progressive Field.

 

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

4-3-2-1: The Indians 4-3-2-1 program is back in 2014, offering fans:

  • $4 12-ounce beers every day
  • $3 hot dogs every day
  • $2 soda refills
  • $1 hot dogs on 13 occasions

 

Four Star Addition band: The Navy Fleet Forces band will perform on Gateway Plaza.

 

Tuesday, September 2 vs. Tigers @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6:00PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

 

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

Circle K couponing: The company will offer fans coupons upon exiting the ballpark.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 3 vs. Tigers @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6:00PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

 

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

Thursday, September 4 vs. Tigers @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6:00PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

 

 

Terrace Club Clambake: The organization's popular annual clambake will take place Thursday-Saturday in the Terrace Club. This event is open to the public, but seats are going fast! There are two seatings: pregame and first pitch. Make reservations on OpenTable.com; for more information, call 216-420-4700 and press 1.

 

Columbus Blue Jackets first pitch: Mark Letestu, from the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets - who's a big baseball fan - will throw out a ceremonial first pitch. 

 

WHITE SOX SERIES FOCUS/PROMOTIONS

BALLPARK EVENTS

Friday, September 5 vs. White Sox @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 5:30PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge open at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

Sugardale Dollar Dog Night: Come out to Progressive Field and enjoy Sugardale Dollar Dog Night, one of 13 during 2014. Hot dogs are only $1 in the ballpark all evening.

 

 

Fireworks, presented by Wayside Furniture: Tonight's Fireworks show, as voted by fans, will be set to the evolution of pop music.

 

 

Alumni meet and greets: Dave Burba and Chad Ogea will meet fans in Heritage Park.

 

Terrace Club Clambake: The organization's popular annual clambake will take place Thursday-Saturday in the Terrace Club. This event is open to the public, but seats are going fast! There are two seatings: pregame and first pitch. Make reservations on OpenTable.com; for more information, call 216-420-4700 and press 1.

 

Brohio: Governor Adam Gockowski will lead the charge from Brohio, in Section 117, at Progressive Field for all Friday and Saturday games. A new T-shirt design is available for all fans purchasing tickets in Brohio in 2014.

 

MLBPAA In-Park Auctions: The MLB players alumni association will hold an auction of unique baseball memorabilia by Section 156, with a portion of the proceeds donated to Cleveland Indians Charities, each day this weekend.

 

Sugardale couponing: The company will offer fans coupons upon exiting the ballpark.

 

Saturday, Sept. 6 vs. White Sox @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 5:30PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge open at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

Fan Designed T-shirt (10,000 fans), courtesy of Cleveland Clinic: Fans can get their hands on this Tribe T-shirt, as designed and voted on by fans earlier this season. 

 

Fireworks, presented by FirstMerit Bank.: Tonight's Fireworks show will be set to Huey Lewis and the News and is presented by FirstMerit Bank.

 

 

 

Paul Konerko presentation: The Indians will present a retirement gift to the long-time White Sox first baseman before the game.

 

Alumni meet and greets: Dave Burba and Chad Ogea will meet fans in Heritage Park.

 

Terrace Club Clambake: The organization's popular annual clambake will take place Thursday-Saturday in the Terrace Club. This event is open to the public, but seats are going fast! There are two seatings: pregame and first pitch. Make reservations on OpenTable.com; for more information, call 216-420-4700 and press 1.

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

50/50 Raffle: The Indians have introduced an all-new 50/50 Raffle at Progressive Field. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide baseball and softball opportunities to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland.

 

Cleveland Clinic CPR training: Fans will have an opportunity to learn this life-saving skill on Gateway Plaza.

 

Sunday, September 7 vs. White Sox @ 1:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 11:30AM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 11:00AM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

KeyBank Kids Fun Day: Activities include:

  • A new SportsTime Ohio show hosted by Fox Sports Ohio girl Sara and featuring Indians players - show begins around 11:45AM
  • Jungle Terry
  • Kids Clubhouse, featuring the Rookie Suite presented by University Hospitals and Slugger's Sandlot presented by KeyBank

 

 

 

Kids Run the Bases Presented by Cleveland Clinic Children's: Young Tribe fans will have the opportunity to run around the bases like their favorite players. All kids (12 & Under) can stay immediately after the game to take part, and will receive a giveaway item from Cleveland Clinic Children's when they're finished.

 

KeyBank Glove Drive autograph session/check presentation: The Indians will present a check to the Baseball Tomorrow Fund as part of the KeyBank Glove Drive that's taken place all year at Progressive Field.

 

Plus, those who donated to the drive will get autographs from select Indians players after the game.

 

Alumni meet and greets: Dave Burba and Chad Ogea will meet fans in Heritage Park.

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

MLBPAA In-Park Auctions: The MLB players alumni association will hold an auction of unique baseball memorabilia by Section 156, with a portion of the proceeds donated to Cleveland Indians Charities.

 

 

ANGELS SERIES FOCUS/PROMOTIONS

BALLPARK EVENTS

Monday, September 8 vs. Angels @ 1:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 12:00PM

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/IRN

 

Game played as makeup of June 18 rainout: Los Angeles will make a one-day visit to Cleveland to make up a rainout on June 18, part of a stretch in which the Indians play 30 games in 30 days.

 

 

 

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

50/50 Raffle: The Indians have introduced an all-new 50/50 Raffle at Progressive Field. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide baseball and softball opportunities to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland.

TWINS SERIES FOCUS/PROMOTIONS

BALLPARK EVENTS

Tuesday, September 9 vs. Twins @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6:00PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

 

 

Terrace Club: The Terrace Club is open to the public in 2014, and fans can make reservations by visiting OpenTable.com and searching for the Terrace Club.

 

50/50 Raffle: The Indians have introduced an all-new 50/50 Raffle at Progressive Field. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide baseball and softball opportunities to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 10 vs. Twins @ 7:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 6:00PM (Gate C/East Pedestrian Bridge at 4:30PM)

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/WMMS/IRN

 

 

 

50/50 Raffle: The Indians have introduced an all-new 50/50 Raffle at Progressive Field. The raffle will support Cleveland Indians Charities in its mission to provide baseball and softball opportunities to the underprivileged youth of Cleveland. 

 

4-3-2-1: The Indians 4-3-2-1 program is back in 2014, offering fans:

  • $4 12-ounce beers every day
  • $3 hot dogs every day
  • $2 soda refills
  • $1 hot dogs on 13 occasions

 

Thursday, Sept. 11 vs. Twins @ 12:05PM

 

*ALL GATES: OPEN at 11:00AM

Broadcast Information: SportsTime Ohio-HD, WTAM/IRN

 

 

 

Indians Getaway Game presented by The UPS Store: The UPS Store presents today's getaway travel game. A representative from one of more than 40 local The UPS Store locations will throw out the first pitch.

 

4-3-2-1: The Indians 4-3-2-1 program is back in 2014, offering fans:

  • $4 12-ounce beers every day
  • $3 hot dogs every day
  • $2 soda refills
  • $1 hot dogs on 13 occasions

 

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