Thanks to their new mascot name, the Cleveland Indians’ home baseball club is ready to welcome fans on their field. The current home of the Cleveland Guardians is Progressive Field, previously Jacob’s Field.
You may enjoy a game at Progressive Field without having to spend a lot of money. Cleveland is also not nearly as bad as many people make it out to be.
There are free downtown trams that can take you to Progressive Field. Depending on where you’re coming from, you can use the B line or the E line trolley.
This is more convenient for daytime games because the trolley lines stop running at seven o’clock. Even if you just use them for one trip, you still saved money because they are free.
There are also some other fascinating things to do and see while you are in town. Fans cannot carry or use some items in the progressive field, though. Beer, alcohol, and spray cans are some of these products that are prohibited.
One 20-ounce or smaller, factory-sealed bottle of water per fan is allowed inside Progressive Field. Used plastic water bottles are also welcomed.
When it comes to if purses are allowed, small bags that don’t measure more than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ are allowed inside the ballpark. Diaper bags of any kind made nowadays are also acceptable. Most recently, only tiny clutches (9″x5″x2″), medical bags, and diaper bags were allowed into the park.