Progressive Field

Catching a game at Progressive Field, home of Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Guardians (formerly the Indians), is always considered one of the top things to do in Cleveland. It originally opened as “Jacobs Field” in 1994, named after team owners Richard and David Jacobs.

A retro style ballpark modeled after Baltimore’s Camden Yards, Progressive Field was designed to boast great views of Cleveland’s skyline. Its distinctive lighting and layout, 19-foot left field wall dubbed “the Little Green Monster”, terrific views from every seat, and some of the best ballpark food in all of baseball keep people coming back to root, root, root for the hometeam.