The Cleveland Guardians’ current home is Progressive Field, formerly known as Jacob’s Field. The Cleveland Indians’ home baseball team is prepared to receive supporters on their field thanks to their new mascot name.
At Progressive Field, you may attend a game and enjoy yourself without shelling out a lot of money. Additionally, Cleveland isn’t nearly as horrible as many portray it to be.
Progressive Field may be reached by free downtown trolleys. You can ride the B line trolley or the E line trolley depending on where you’re coming from.
As the trolley lines stop operating at 7 o’clock, this is more practical for daytime games. However, they are free, so even if you only travel one way, you still saved money.
While you are in town, there are also some more fascinating things to do and see. However, there are some things fans cant bring or use in the progressive field. These prohibited items include aerosol cans, beer, and alcohol,
Fans are permitted to enter Progressive Field with a single, factory-sealed bottle of water that is 20oz or less. Additionally, used plastic water bottles are accepted. Diaper bags and medical bags are also allowed in the field.