Progressive Field

Progressive Field, once known as Jacobs Field and locally known as The Jake, is the Cleveland Indians home stadium. Although there are fewer seats at this venue than at the original Municipal Stadium, it is much more contemporary in scope and design. Municipal Stadium's 74,000 seats rarely filled up in its long history, which dates back to 1932, while Jacobs Field is almost always full when games are on. Progresive Field seats more than 43,000 in total, and many more luxury boxes and larger clubhouses are available. The stadium is also conveniently located in the heart of downtown Cleveland.

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Although Jacobs Field Cleveland has many modern amenities and features it's still much like a classic ballpark design. The field is asymmetrical and bleachers that are perched atop the left-field wall at 19 feet are just a couple of the old-style ballpark features. A great view of downtown Cleveland can be had as well because the ballpark isn't completely enclosed.

Progressive Field seats follow both lines and are angled to sit toward home plate. No more turning heads and cranked necks to see your favorite play! Behind first base is Kidsland that has special features and concessions just for children. There are bullpens that feature three mounds and seem to be built for the fans! The mounds at Jacobs Field Cleveland are raised above the playing field so fans can watch their favorite players warming up! Transportation to the stadium is convenient by bus or car.

If visiting Cleveland for a specific ball game you might consider looking for hotels near Jacobs Field. Wyndham Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenues is an excellent hotel four blocks from the ballpark and from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The rooms are spacious and beautifully designed and include Herman Miller ergonomic chairs, high speed internet, and laundry.

Concierge services can recommend great suggested itineraries for things to do in Cleveland as well. This contemporary hotel features a bar and lounge, indoor pool, fantastic Ohio spa, fitness center and excellent on site dining. Rates begin at $120.00 but be sure to check before booking.

The Radisson Hotel Getaway offers great amenities and spaciously designed rooms for those looking for hotels near Jacobs Field. This hotel is right across from the ballpark making access to exciting ball games easy! Rooms feature feather duvets, complimentary wireless internet and small refrigerators. The hotel's highlights include a fitness center, valet parking, a spa tub, two onsite restaurants and wake-up services. Rates begin at $115.00 but check before booking.

Hotels near Jacobs Field can be the best bet when visiting Cleveland to see a ball game. The downtown location of the ballpark make dining and shopping easily accessible and many area attractions abound. Besides Jacobs Field visitors will find the Science Center and Museum, University Circle, the House of Blues Cleveland and the Flats District all within a few blocks. Downtown Cleveland is a great place to spend a some time during a holiday and visitors won't find a lack of excellent city amenities here.

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