CLEVELAND– Cleveland Indians single-game tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Feb. 29. That includes tickets for Opening Day.
The team said it is making more tickets for the home opener available to the general public than last year. There is no special code to purchase them and fans are limited to eight each. Just go to Indians.com.
“We always want to provide the best experience possible for our fans, and last year’s public ticket on-sale fell short of that goal,” said Indians Senior VP of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio in a news release on Friday. “After listening to fans’ feedback, we enacted a new approach to ensure more tickets are available for the general public on-sale.”
An Indians spokesman said the team has 4,000 tickets priced under $20 and more than 10,000 tickets priced under $50 for Opening Day.
Opening Day is Monday, April 4 vs. the Red Sox with Cy Young winner Cory Kluber expected to pitch.
Crews recently started testing the new scoreboard at Progressive Field. Our SkyFOX helicopter captured video of the changing lights over the ballpark Friday morning.
The 59-by-221-foot scoreboard replaces the old one, which was installed in 2004. It's part of phase II of renovations to Progressive Field.