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Progressive Field capacity to increase to 40%

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Cleveland Baseball Team News

Cleveland Indians trending toward 85% vaccination rate for coronavirus -
All MLB teams that reach 85% vaccination rate will have some of the COVID-19 health and safety protocols loosened.

Has Jordan Luplow earned more at-bats against righties for the Cleveland Indians? - -
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga discuss Shane Bieber's dominance, Cleveland's offense and Jordan Luplow's future.

Breaking Down the 2021 Indians Outfield 15 Games Into the Season - Sports Illustrated Cleveland Indians News, Analysis and More
Cleveland’s offense has been a massive work in progress thus far in 2021, but three spots on the field that the team really needs to have step up is that of the three outfield positions. 15 games into the season we break down where those three outfield spots are, and how that unit has performed to date.

Cleveland Indians will increase capacity to Progressive Field by 40% in May |
Cleveland is increasing their capacity in Progressive Field by 40%. This will take effect in May.

Cleveland Indians increase capacity at Progressive Field to 40%, or about 14,000, for May -
Tickets for Cleveland home games in May will go on sale May 3. The first homestand of the month starts May 7 with a three-game visit from the Reds. The increase will push capacity from an estimated 11,500 to about 14,000 at the 35,000-seat ballpark.

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