The 15 most memorable moments in Progressive Field history

Posted: 5:57 AM, Mar 29, 2019
Updated: 2019-04-01 09:14:14Z
Divisional Round - Houston Astros v Cleveland Indians - Game Three

CLEVELAND — Progressive Field opened 25 years ago this April, and in the last two-and-a-half decades the Cleveland Indians have provided a lifetime of thrills at the corner of Ontario and Carnegie. On the stadium’s quarter-century anniversary, these moments stand out.

1. Wayne Kirby’s extra-inning walk-off in the first game at Jacobs Field

2. Finally, after 41 years, a post-season

3. Jim Thome’s go-ahead homer in the 1995 ALCS against the Mariners

4. Kenny Lofton climbs the fence

5. Albert Belle’s ALDS grand slam against the Orioles

6. Sandy Alomar wins All-Star game and MVP

7. Epic 12-run record-setting comeback against the Mariners

8. Paul Byrd gets snowed out of no-hitter

9. 2007 ALDS Game 2 – Joba vs The Midges

10. Asdrubal Cabrera unassisted triple play - only 15 in MLB history

11. Jason Giambi walk-off home run sends Indians to 2013 Wild Card game

12. Naquin in-the-park walk-off home run

13. Rajai Davis Game 7 World Series tying home run

14. Jay Bruce walk-off for 22 in a row

15. Francisco Lindor ALDS grand slam