It's time, Cleveland fans!
Game One of the Indians postseason is here.
So, how can you make sure you're prepared? We've got you covered.
The Indians encourage all fans to #RockYourRed during all home Postseason
games at Progressive Field and throughout the city of Cleveland to help create an
even bigger home-field advantage for the team.
Ceremonial First Pitch
Indians first base coach San Ceremonial first pitch: Sandy Alomar Jr., on the 20th
anniversary of his game-tying homer off Mariano Rivera in the 1997 ALDS
Scott Posey. He's a long-standing arts teacher at Lake Catholic High School in Mentor. A triple threat teaching drama, fine arts and bank. He's an actor by trade and no stranger to singing the Star Spangled Banner. With at least 60 performances of the national anthem under his belt, he says performing at this game, in particular, came about in a funny way. After years of asking the teacher to send in an audition tape, a parent of a former student acted as Posey's agent and did it himself.
Presentation of Colors
Members of United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard
Gateway Plaza Festivities
Tricky Dick & the Coverups (DJ Kyro in Heritage Park)
NOTE: Security activation begins at Gateway Plaza three hours prior to Progressive Field gates opening (5:30 p.m.).
- Carnegie Avenue from East 9th Street to East 14th Street (Both Sides)
- Prospect Avenue from Ontario Street to East 14th Street (Both sides)
- Huron Road from Ontario Street to West 6th Street (Both sides)
- Erie Court and Sumner Avenue (Both sides)
- East 9th Street from Euclid Avenue to Carnegie Avenue (Both sides)
- East 4th Street from Prospect Avenue to Huron Road (Both sides)
- East 2nd Street from High Street to Prospect Avenue (Both sides)
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) is celebrating the
Indians this playoff season by extending service on all rail lines for the playoff games and
selling a special $5-cash, round-trip ticket for the playoff series.
The special $5-cash, round-trip ticket is available at the following stations:
- Tower City Light Rail platform
- Louis Stokes/Windermere
Note: The Walkway will be open at 8 a.m. on both game days. Late-night service will be available on the Red, Blue, and Green Line — and guaranteed
for 60 minutes after each game ends.