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Starting a New Season of Tribe Baseball with a Bang
By John Luteran, Image © Cody York
The city of Cleveland doesn’t need an excuse to party, but it helps. Opening Day has been an unofficial holiday for this town since the days when Cleveland Municipal Stadium lit up the shore of Lake Erie.
Progressive Field keeps that tradition alive every spring when tens of thousands of Cleveland Indians fans flock to the Gateway District to celebrate the start of a new season, whether they’re going to the game or not.
Grabbing a drink? Try the back deck at the Thirsty Parrot, a popular hangout for Tribe fans. Head over to Panini’s for a beer and a tasty overstuffed sandwich, or maybe try The Clevelander Bar for one of their signature burgers.
We haven’t even talked baseball yet.
Image © Cody York
Beloved Indians manager Tito Francona begins his eighth season with a team that features superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor, former MVP candidate Jose Ramirez, fan-favorite first baseman Carlos Santana and a pitching rotation full of young, live arms like Mike Clevinger and Shane Bieber. The Tribe will be battling to reclaim the division from last year's surprise powerhouse Minnesota Twins and fending off an improved Chicago White Sox squad.
Going to an Indians game has never been a better experience. The Right Field District is a great place to grab a drink, eat some local delicacies and cheer on the boys of summer beside the stacked home and away bullpens.
The Corner Bar is a two-story funhouse that hosts close to 40 beers on tap, complete with a “Hometown Brews” wall that lets you pour your own beer. The Neighborhoods concession section in the District gives you a taste of some of the best food Cleveland has to offer including Ohio City’s Great Lakes Brewing Company, Tremont’s Barrio and Cleveland Heights’ Melt Bar and Grilled.
Whether you’re lucky enough to snag a ticket, or just want to take part in the festivities, there’s so much to see and do in this “Major League” city during our Cleveland baseball Carnivale.