Progressive Field

Progressive Field is a Major League baseball park located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It is the home field of the Cleveland Indians professional baseball team, and together with Quicken Loans Arena, it is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex. It was ranked as Major League Baseball's best ballpark in a 2008 Sports Illustrated fan opinion poll.

The ballpark was named Jacobs Field after team owners Richard and David Jacobs, from its inaugural season in 1994 until 2008, when its name was changed to Progressive Field after its naming rights were purchased by the Progressive Insurance Company. Fans refer to the ballpark as The Jake, based on the park's original name, and since the renaming, people have infrequently called it "The Pro" or "The Prog".

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... Progressive Field was built two years after Camden Yards, and featured the angular, asymmetrical fences of varying heights, a smaller upper deck, stepped tiers, and an unobtrusive singular ... Some feature progressive elements such as curtain walls, or retractable roofs ... by tearing out most of the outfield seating except for parts of the lower decks in left and right fields, to more closely resemble the original design from the park's first 15 years ...

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