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0 #2 Taylor Martin 2013-06-11 05:07
This is the center-most bleacher section at Progressive. It's very recognizable because it's home to John Adams who is the gentleman you've seen that beats the drum during the Indians games. He was even portrayed in the movie 'Major League' for crying out loud. He's a very friendly guy, always willing to pose for pictures before and after games.

The bleachers "are what they are". Every ballpark has some form of them. They're sponsored by Time Warner Cable at Progressive Field which is kind of like in Cincinnati, they're called the Kroger bleachers there.
They're green and have backs to them. No cup holders. The idea is to spread out and sit where there aren't any other fans so you can prop your legs up on the row in front of you. If the bleachers are packed that day, you aren't left with much room for your legs. So needless to say, the bleachers are the cheapest but can also be an uncomfortable place to sit for 9 innings. Luckily, the center field area has heritage park and some other attractions so you can stretch your legs and walk around after an inning.
The easiest way to get to these seats would be to enter Gates A or B and entrance to the bleachers are on your left.
If you've got the time, you can get season tickets for the bleachers for not a whole lot of money. Season ticket holders get tickets for cheaper than face value at the gate so it adds up to a lot of savings. GO TRIBE!
0 #1 John M 2013-06-10 00:54
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 183, here is a Youtube video shot from there during an Indians game at Progressive Field.

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