Cleveland Indians announce more local food options coming to Progressive Field

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CLEVELAND-- The Cleveland Indians are adding more local restaurants to the list of vendors at Progressive Field for the 2016 season.

On Wednesday, the team revealed Ohio City Burrito, Cleveland Pickle and Happy Dog will be selling their favorite fare on the ballpark's third-base side.

"We're pretty popular in Cleveland, just as it is, but we think this is going to open a lot of doors for us," said Mikki Pizzuli of Ohio City Burrito. "Just to be a part of the whole game experience is going to be really cool."

Last season, the Tribe welcomed other Cleveland restaurants Melt, Sweet Moses, Barrio and Dynomite Burger.

Indians communications director Curtis Danburg said fans demanded more local options so they sought out partners in the area. He called the new additions a great fit.

The team is also getting a new scoreboard, which will measure 59 feet by 221 feet. They are adding a new club behind home plate for season ticket holders and another standing-room bar area in left field.

Indians officials said this round of renovations will be complete by Opening Day on April 4. In case you were wondering, that's 68 days away.

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