During Friday afternoon the Cleveland Indians issued a press release stating that the game on Saturday against the Detroit Tigers is sold out.
This will mark the third sell out of the 2017 Indians season.
For tonight’s game against the Tigers, there are a limited number of tickets remaining.
The following is the press release:
Cleveland, OH— The Cleveland Indians announced that Saturday night’s game against the Detroit Tigers is sold out. It’s the third sellout of the year, joining April 11 vs. the White Sox and Tuesday vs. the Padres.
The Indians welcome the Tigers to Progressive Field this weekend, and a limited number of tickets remain for Friday night’s game; good seats remain for Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN:
- Friday, July 7 (limited capacity remaining; $20 Standing Room Only tickets available online):
o Sugardale Dollar Dog Night
o Pregame in the District presented by Miller Lite ($2 domestic can beer in Right Field District from 5-7PM)
o Block C skyline cap courtesy of KeyBank (10,000 fans)
o Fireworks (Rock Hall inductee theme) presented by Wayside Furniture
o Block Party
- Sunday, July 9 (Note: 8:05 PM start on ESPN; no Kids Run the Bases)
o KeyBank Kids Fun Day
o Toy truck courtesy of W.B. Mason (5,000 fans 12 and under)
Fans are encouraged to buy tickets early and online for the best possible prices and locations. (Standard ticket fees apply.)