In Game

Indians Fever has spread all over northeastern Ohio as the Tribe made their first World Series appearance since 1997 last season. While the end result wasn’t what Cleveland fans were hoping for, the team’s success has reignited the city’s love affair with the Tribe. You’ll see lots of red, white, and blue around town on game days and there is lots of buzz surrounding the team making it the perfect time to take in an Indians game at Progressive Field.

It’s not just the team’s recent success and a revitalized fan base that make attending an Indians game a great time. Progressive Field is one of the finest ballparks in the country, and it’s chalked full of tributes to legendary Indians players and teams of the past. You’ll see lots of artwork and memorabilia on the concourse, and Heritage Park out in the outfield is a must-see for any baseball fan.

Finally, no matter where you’re sitting you’ll have an excellent view of all the action on the field. Even if you do miss some of the action don’t worry as it’ll be recapped on The Jake’s humongous scoreboard.

A trip to Cleveland is a great experience for any baseball lover, and there is no better time to take in an Indians game than right now when the team has the entire city abuzz with excitement.

Things to check out

Heritage Park

Located behind center field, Heritage Park honors the best players in Indians history. Here you’ll find plaques dedicated to all of your favorite Indians of the past, so make sure to stop by and check it out when attending an Indians game.

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Your Dad's Beer

Take a stroll over to this iconic stand and enjoy, as the name entails, the beer that your father and grandfather have enjoyed for many years (it’s decently priced too!)

The Corner

As the name suggests, this two-story indoor/outdoor bar is located in the right field corner. The bar has a wide variety of craft brews and amazing views of the stadium making it the perfect place to grab a drink during the game.

Artwork and Memorabilia Around the Concourse

Before the game, take some time to walk around the concourse and see all of the Indians art and memorabilia. There are lots to see, so even if you’ve been to The Jake before chances are there is something you’ve never seen before.

Bullpen View

At Progressive Field, you can get up close to the bullpen and watch the pitchers warm up. Take a trip over to the bullpen during the game to see who is warming up.

Retired Numbers and Championship Pennants

You can see the Tribe’s retired numbers and championships honored in the right field upper deck. Take a minute to appreciate all of the best players and teams in Indians history by viewing this nice display.

John Adams

You can find John Adams banging his drum in support of the Tribe at every Indians home game. The Indians super fan has been attending games for over 40 years, so stop by the bleachers and say hi during the game.

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Slider

Kids and adults alike enjoy Slider’s antics. The lovable mascot keeps fans entertained during the break in-between innings and is a can’t miss for anyone attending an Indians game.

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Hot Dog Race

Stay in your seat during the 7th inning as you wouldn’t want to miss the Hot Dog Race.

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Fight Songs

  1. Hang on Sloopy

    Played during the middle of the 8th inning

    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on

    Sloopy lives in a very bad part of town (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    And everybody, yeah, tries to put my Sloopy down (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    Sloopy, I don’t care what your daddy do (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    ‘Cause you know, Sloopy, girl, I’m in love with you (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)

    And so I sing out
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on

    Sloopy wears a red dress, yeah, as old as the hills (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    But when Sloopy wears that red dress, yeah, you know, it gives me the chills, oh, oh (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    Sloopy, when I see you walking, walking down the street (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    I say, “Don’t worry, Sloopy, girl, you belong to me” (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)

    And so I sing out
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Give it to ’em right now

    Sloopy, let your hair down, girl
    Let it hang down on me (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)
    Sloopy, let your hair down, girl
    Let it hang down on me, yeah, yeah (Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh)

    Come on, Sloopy (Come on, come on)
    Well, come on, Sloopy (Come on, come on)
    Well, come on, Sloopy (Come on, come on)
    Well, come on, Sloopy (Come on, come on)

    Well, it feels so good (Come on, come on)
    You know, it feels so good (Come on, come on)
    Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, Sloopy (Come on, come on)
    Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, yeah (Come on, come on)
    Oh

    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Hang on, Sloopy
    Sloopy, hang on

  2. Cleveland Rocks

    Played after Indians victories

    All the little kids growing up on the skids
    Go “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    Jumpin’ Jene Jene and Movin’ James Dean
    Go “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”

    Mamma knows but she don’t care
    She’s got her worries too
    Seven kids and a phoneo player
    And the rent too

    All the little chicks with their crimson lips
    Go “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    Livin’ in sin with a safety pin
    Go “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”
    “Cleveland rocks!”, “Cleveland rocks!”

    I’ve got some records from World War II
    I play ’em just like me grandad do
    He was a rocker and I am too
    Go “Cleeeveland rocks!”
    “Yeah Cleeeveland rocks!”

    Cleveland rocks!, Cleveland rocks!

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