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Jacobs Field

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2401 Ontario St, Cleveland, OH 44135


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Jacobs Field - Reviews from across the web

Go Tribe! - user review
A trip to the ball park should be compulsory for any visitor to the US. The Jake is a modern stadium, has excellent viewing wherever you sit, and touches like the beer cup holders on t...

fun way to spend the evening - user review
I bought tics from a scalper, there were a ton of them (he told us the game was sold out) but paid too much as there were a lot of empty seats. We had a great time even though i dont f...

Jacobs Field - expert review
The home of the Cleveland Indians opened in 1994 as the centerpiece of the city's downtown restoration. The inauguration of this modern baseball-only park coincided with the resurgence of one of baseball's most storied franchises. Since the first pitch was thrown at Jacobs Field, the Indians have go...

IgoUgo: Jacobs Field - Cleveland, Ohio - user review
Opened in 1994, The Jake has become the favorite place for Clevelanders to gather and pay homage to their favorite sports team. The stadium boasts the best of the modern-day sporting event, from great sight lines to upscale concessions, includin...

Jacobs Field - user review
This ballpark was built in 1994. The Indians were in 1st place and then they went on strike.In 1995 and 97 they got to the World Series and in 97 they almost won. But they continue to sell out 46,000 seats and not a bad one to be had. Tickets are pretty hard to get but not impossible. They usually s...

Wow, what a beautiful stadium! - user review
Beautiful construction. Plenty of bathrooms. A wide variety of food (sushi), average taste and expensive, but its what you would expect. Friendly helpful staff. I love ...

Go Tribe - user review
Indians fans are the best! This field was so beautiful and clean. The fans were very friendly too. The location is extrememly convenient too in the city. Easy to walk to. I cant...

The Jake rocks! - user review
The best of the retro parks. Camden Yards perfected. Steel structure is perfect for blue-collar Cleveland. And the Tribe will be rocking th...

Love the Tribe - user review
The Jake has been a part of my life for as long as I can remeber. Im a 21 year old diehard Tribe fan, so Im a little partial to the Jake, but being completely unbias...

The Jake is AWESOME! - user review
Jacobs Field is one of the best baseball fields that you will find in a downtown environment. You can see well from any seat in the house and some of the seats are still p...

Jacob's Field Tours - expert review
Get an insider's view of a magnificent modern, old-style ball park and its state-of-the-art facilities while on this tour. Stops include the visitor's clubhouse, indoor batting cages, and the Indians' dugout. The cost is $6.50, and tours are available May-September. www.indians.com. Address: 2401 On...

Let's go Tribe - user review
The atmosphere is great if you are an Indians fan...which I am, so I dont have a problem w/ that. The only complaint I have is the prices of things there. They are a little high...

Well worth the trip - user review
I recently saw two games at Jacobs Field as this was the next stadium I wanted to see. It reminded me much of Camden Yards in Baltimore, the first of the new wave of stadiums built in ...

Let's Go Tribe! - user review
A great stadium to see a ballgame. The left field bleacher seats were only $14 and you could see almost all of the field. The surrounding bars and restuarants before and after th...

Jacobs Field - user review
First there was Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Then there was the Jake, and soon followed a whole mess of retro-ballparks. The Jake came around at the right time, as it corrected some of the flaws that were apparent in Baltimore while avoid getting too caught up in the retro idea. The Jake feels more ...

Fantastic Ballpark - user review
This is a great ballpark! Our family has travelled to midwest ballparks over the past two summers, and this is by far my favorite. We bought seats off e-bay, but saw scalpers outside, an...

Great Place to Watch a Ballgame - user review
Too bad the poorly managed Indians play here! If youre an out of towner and your team is playing, check it out. It is a nice place to watch a...

A pleasant three hours - user review
Ive only been to Cleveland once, and that was to park, see the Indians, and leave. If thats all I ever do there, then Ill always have fond memories of the city. J...

I love the Jake! - user review
I live in Cincy and have followed the Tribe since their rise from the laughing stock of the AL in 1994. This happens to be the same time the Jake opened and the two are definately rela...

Great Stadium - user review
I have been to 19 MLB parks and Jacobs ranks up at the top. Not a bad seat in the park and lots of places to stand and w...

Jacobs Field Tickets - Cleveland Ticket Broker
The Progressive Field has hosted some of the major baseball series in its previous years. It hosted the World Series for the first time in 1995. In the series, the Atlanta Braves defeated the Cleveland Indians. In 1997, it again hosted the World Series, where the home team lost to the Florida Marlin...

Cleveland-indians-fans.com - Jacobs Field, Cleveland Indians Information and Tickets
Baseball has been around in Cleveland since 1869 and the Indians franchise since 1901. In 1994 baseball was reborn as a Cleveland staple with the opening of Jacobs Field. The new home for baseball added to the renaissance of the city of Cleveland with the urban renewal near downtown. Associated with...

Jacobs Field - Cleveland, OH, 44115 - Citysearch
Over the past five years I have visited Wrigley field, PNC park, Great american ballpark, and Turner Field. Honestly out of all of these only Wrigley Field could top Jacobs Field, and that is onley due to atmosphere. Nothing compares to Wrigley in that aspect. BUT....... visitors to Cleveland and Ja...

Jacobs Field | Cleveland | WCities Destination Guide
Opened in 1994, The Jake has become the favorite place for Clevelanders to gather and pay homage to their favorite sports team. This structure was created as part of the revitalization project that Cleveland has undergone during the past few decades, and hosts consistently popular baseball games and...

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