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Indians unveil Progressive Field renovation plans

The Cleveland Indians unveiled plans for privately funded improvements to Progressive Field that will focus on more group areas and family spaces within the 20-year-old ballpark. The improvements, undertaken with concessionaire Delaware North, will be mostly completed at the beginning of the 2015 season, though some work is expected to extend into the regular season. […]

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Indians go greener at Progressive Field with new wind-turbine system

The Cleveland Indians are partnering with Cleveland State University to install a state-of-the-art wind turbine at Progressive Field for the upcoming season. The turbine won’t look like a traditional three-blade turbine you see across the country. Instead, the turbine will be round and look like a water tower, providing the ability to generate electricity from […]

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Progressive Field / Cleveland Indians

Address: 2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland, 44115. Cost: $173 million, although there were later costs combined with the Quicken Loans Arena construction. Architect: Populous. Owner: Gateway Economic Development Corp. Capacity: 45,109 (includes 500 SROs and 400 on the party deck). Dimensions: 325L, 370LC, 400C, 375RC, 325R. LF wall height: 19 feet; CF/RF wall height: 9 feet. […]

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