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Progressive Field is a baseball park located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio and it is the home of the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball. Together with Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, the two are is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex. In 2008, Progressive Field was ranked as Major League Baseball's best ballpark in a Sports Illustrated fan opinion poll. The ballpark opened as Jacobs Field in 1994 to replace Cleveland Stadium, which was shared with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. As of 2019, seating capacity is listed at 34,788 people, though additional fans can be accommodated with standing room areas and temporary seating. The ballpark was sited to give a favorable view of Cleveland's downtown skyline. The structural engineering was designed by a Osborn Engineering, a Cleveland company which helped design League Park, Cleveland Municipal Stadium, "Old" Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park. It was designed to blend in with the city of Cleveland with its exposed steel design and the vertical light towers that match the smoke stacks of Cleveland’s industrial zone.
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Cleveland Indians FAQ
What is the capacity of Progressive Field?
Progressive Field has a seating capacity of 35,041.
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When did Progressive Field Open?
Progressive Field opened on April 2, 1994. Originally Jacobs Field, it was opened for the Cleveland Indians who previously shared Cleveland Stadium with the Cleveland Browns.
When did the Cleveland Indians join the MLB?
The Cleveland Indians joined the MLB in the American League in 1901.