Fans looking to purchase tickets to attend a game in the newly renovated Progressive Field are in luck, as Cleveland Indians’ single game tickets go on sale at 10am on Monday morning.
But you will only find seats available for 80 of the 81 contests in Downtown Cleveland this season.
The Tribe reported a sell out in 11 minutes on Tuesday morning for their home opener against the Detroit Tigers on Friday, April 10. Tickets are still available for the rest of the series, however, and Corey Kluber will likely make his first home start for the Tribe to close out the weekend on Sunday, April 12 at 1:10 p.m.
One thing to consider before purchasing tickets is that, as always, the Indians’ schedule is packed with promotional giveaways and other game highlights.
Perhaps most notably, the Tribe will unveil a statue of Hall of Fame outfielder Larry Doby on July 25 before the Indians take on the Chicago White Sox. Doby became the first black player to integrate the American League when he signed a contract to play with the Indians back in 1947. The first 12,500 fans in attendance will receive a Larry Doby replica statue courtesy of KeyBank.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Tribe’s AL championship team, Cleveland has a number of commemorative promotional items on the docket, including a 1995 AL Champions Commemorative Pennant on May 9 and special 1995 t-shirt designed by GV Art and Design on June 20. The 1995 Celebration weekend is set to take place on June 19-20 when the Indians host the Tampa Bay Rays.
Fans looking to enhance their bobblehead collection are in luck, as the Tribe has four scheduled bobblehead nights this season: Corey Kluber (June 6 vs. Orioles), Carlos Santana (July 8 vs. Astros), Michael Brantley (Aug. 8 vs. Twins) and a special Terry Francona (recently crashed) red scooter bobblehead on Sept. 12 against the Tigers.
Finally, the popular Sugardale $1 Dog Nights returns for select dates in 2015.
Despite high expectations for the Tribe in 2015, their only games on the current national broadcast schedule are Opening Day on Monday, April 6 in Houston against the Astros and Saturday, June 27 in Baltimore against the Orioles.
As the AL Central projects to be one of the most competitive divisions in all of baseball, the Tribe will play meaningful games against some of the best players – especially pitchers – in all of baseball while taking on division foes, including the Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals.
With a potential playoff berth on the line in the final game, the Tribe closes out their regular season with a seven-game home stand against the Minnesota Twins (Sept. 28-Oct. 1) and Boston Red Sox (Oct. 2-4).