Cleveland Indians announce name of new two-story bar, ‘The Corner’

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CLEVELAND – On Thursday, the Cleveland Indians announced the name of their new two-story bar, which is a part of the construction and renovations taking place this off season at Progressive Field.

The bar will be named ‘The Corner’ after weeks of fan voting to choose the name. The bar features over 40 beers on tap, a rooftop deck with fire pit. The inside will feature wood preserved from the Columbus Road Bridge.

The bar will also feature signage including ‘Carnegie and Ontario’ to pay respect to Tom Hamilton’s signature radio greeting, “We’re under way from the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.”

Fans can now purchase a 13 dollar ticket, which gets them access to the bar, but standing room only and a 12 oz. beer for patrons 21 and older. Pepsi products and water is provided by the Indians as well.

The remainder of the construction as Progressive Field is still underway and is set to be completed by opening day, April 10.

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