Cleveland Indians – Progressive Field Aerial View

Progressive Field Bird's Eye View Location: Downton Cleveland on the corner of Broadway and Ontario Street – Aerial View
Dimensions: Left field: 325 ft.; left-center: 370 ft.;center field: 405 ft.; right-center: 375 ft.; right field: 325 ft.

For years, baseball in Cleveland was played in the cold, cramped, mammoth Cleveland Municipal Stadium. “The Mistake by the Lake,” as they called it, had been the home of Cleveland baseball since it first opened in 1932, although the Indians still played some games at old League Park until 1947. Its center-field bleachers, known as “the Dawg Pound” during the NFL Cleveland Browns games, were so distant that no batter ever reached them with a home run. Cleveland Municipal Stadium had more than 74,000 seats (more than any other major league park) but few of those seats were filled when the Indians played. That all changed when Progressive Field, which has only 43,345 seats, opened in 1994. Attendance suddenly boomed. In their first year at the new park, Cleveland averaged 39,121 fans per game. The final 28 games before a season-ending strike all sold out. –

Official Cleveland Indians Site

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Progressive Field Aerial View

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