Progressive Field

The Cleveland Indians ballpark, sponsored by Progressive, offers baseball fans big-league games in an intimate environment.

Nestled in downtown Cleveland, Progressive Field is the premiere home of local baseball heroes, the Cleveland Indians. The ballpark, built in 1994, anchors the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex, and it also marks one of Cleveland's revivals for sports fans.

Progressive Field seats loyal Tribe fans in some of the league's most comfortable chairs. Wider aisles mean less chance of spilling your dog slathered with stadium mustard — or one of the many types of gourmet food available — on someone as you pass, too.

Catching a game here also means you'll see baseball's largest video screen and one of the league's first full-color display boards.

During home games, you can enjoy food, fireworks and fun all around. And, now that Progressive is the official sponsor of the ballpark, look for exciting events in the coming seasons.

Progressive Field Basics

Field Dimensions
Left Field: 325'
Left Center Field: 370'
Center Field: 400'
Right Center Field: 375'
Right Field Line: 325'
Left Field Wall (Ht): 19'
Height of Center Field and Right Field Fence: 9'
Service Level: Clubhouses, maintenance
Main Level: At street level for lower deck seating
Lower Suite Level: Serving suites
Club Suite Level: Serving suites, club seats and mezzanine seating
Press Suite Level: Serving suites, Terrace Club and all press areas
Upper Level: Serving upper level seating
Seating Capacity
Diamond Box: 1,274
Field Box: 5,535
Lower Box: 3,152
Infield Lower Box: 972
Lower Reserved: 5,382
Mezzanine: 2,238
View Box: 1,621
Upper Box: 8,084
Upper Reserved: 4,680
Upper Outfield Reserved: 3,727
Bleachers: 2,752
Suites: 1,564
Club Seats: 2,064
Group Party Deck: 500
Total Seats: 43,545
Ballpark designed by: Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc.
Ballpark address:
2401 Ontario Street
Cleveland, Ohio, 44115

Additional Facts

Seat Color: Hunter Green
No. of Suites: 122
Turf: Natural grass blend of Kentucky Blue Grass
Dugouts: Indians on 3rd base side; Visitors on 1st base side
Bullpens: Indians in Center field; Visitors in Right field
Acreage: Field — 12 acres; Gateway Sports Entertainment Complex — 28 acres
Height: Ballpark — Approximately 120 feet from the main concourse to top of sunscreen; Light Towers — The 19 vertical lights stand 200 feet above street level, 218 feet above the playing field

Please Note: Facts and statistics have been made available courtesy of the Cleveland Indians and are based on the 2008 Media Guide.