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Progressive Field Club Seats

  • Club Seats - Some of the finest seats for an Indians game are those located in club sections 326-348 on the first base side of the field. These club seats allow ac...
  • Dugout Suites - The Dugout Suites at Progressive Field are literally dug out of the ground and have you just at field level between the dugouts. The Suites offer full...

Home Plate Drink Rails

The top of sections 152-155 include movable chairs with a ledge for putting food, drinks and phones. Combined with their impressive view from behind home plate, these might be the best seats at Progressive Field.

Shaded & Covered Seating

The Club Seats overhang sections on the first base side of the field. Rows X and higher are under the overhang in sections 128-148.

Third Base Side of Field Gets Shade First

Home plate at Progressive Field faces slightly Northeast, which means that seats on the third base side of the field will see shade first during late afternoon and evening games -- especially seats further down the 3B line (162-172). Right Field seats will see the sun the longest. In particular, sections 303-317 and 504-514 will be exposed until the sun sets completely under the stadium. The Upper Level overhang is little match during afternoon games, but it does help protect fans during the late afternoon and evening. To search for tickets or to find out if your seats are protected from the sun or rain, follow the link below.

Indians Dugout & Visitor Dugout

The Indians dugout is located on the third base side of the field.
Looking towards the Indians dugout on the third base side of the field.

Indians Dugout - The Indians players sit in front of 160, 162, 163 and 164
Visitor Dugout - The visiting team sits in front of 140, 142, 144 and 146

To search tickets in these sections, select an event and apply the filter for home or visitor dugouts.

See Also: Best Seats for Visiting Fans at Progressive Field

Other Popular Seating Areas

  • Field Level Infield - - Infield seats at Field Level are sometimes referred to as Diamond Box and Field Box Front Back and Middle. These sub-sections...
  • Field Level Down the Line - - Like many ballparks, the further down the line you get, the worse the angle towards home plate gets. Sections 117-120 and 177...
  • Bleachers - - The Left Field Bleachers at Progressive Field are among the most iconic seats in all of baseball. Located in a Grandstand abo...
  • Lower Box - - The Lower Boxes at Progressive Field are located in Sections 250-257. Sections 251-256 will give you the best home plate view...
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Best Seats for Kids and Family

It would be difficult to not start out our list of recommendations for a family outing at Progressive Field without mentioning the Family Deck. Formerly known as the Mezzanine, these 300 level sections beyond the right field wall (303-316) are an ideal spot for bringing the family to an Indians game, especially if you have little ones as you'll be right by the multi level Kids Clubhouse in the right field corner. There are a number of fun activities are available for children of all ages in the Clubhouse, including Sliders Field, a two-story slide, and many different games. For adults, there is a viewing area in the clubhouse where you can still see the field. But for enjoying the game from your ticketed seats, it is important to note that the seats in sections 303-316 face towards the west, leaving you with a good amount of sun during day games. Therefore, we recommend opting for rows M and as these seats will have some overhead coverage to help during mid day innings.

Another good option for a family day at the ballpark can be found in the upper rows of sections 129-134 down the right field line. The seats here have an excellent viewing angle to the impressive videoboard in left field, and while they are also on the sunnier side of the field, you can sit higher in the section (opt for the double lettered rows) and have good overhead coverage from the club seating deck above. A family restroom is nearby at section 125, along with an ice cream stand at section 138 and a speed pitch booth at section 130.

If you want to get a bit closer to the action on the infield, we recommend considering the double lettered rows of sections 155-158. You'll be close to the Indians dugout with great views to the heart of the diamond, while remaining behind the protective netting for a safer environment. Seats here are on the shadier side of the field, and if you opt for the double lettered rows you'll never have more than an 8 row walk between the seats and the concourse. As an additional bonus, there is a great concentration of concession options nearby where you can find something for just about everyone in the family, including a Dippin' Dots stand for the little ones.

Rows M-U in Sections 303, 304, 307 and 309

  • Also known as the family deck, right by the kids club house
  • More affordable option beyond the right field wall
  • Covered seating in rows M and higher

Rows AA-HH in Sections 155, 156, 157 and 158

  • On the shadier side of Progressive Field
  • Close to the Indians dugout while still behind the protective netting
  • Easier access at the top of the lower seating tier

Rows AA-HH in Sections 129, 130, 131 and 134

  • Family restroom and multiple concessions nearby
  • Covered seating in the double lettered rows
  • Excellent viewing angle to the large videoboard

Best Seats for Impressing a Guest

You can't go wrong with finding an impressive seat at Progressive Field when opting for the exclusive club level sections. Found only along the first baseline in sections 326-348, fans here have the distinct pleasure of the only non-suite views on the second tier of the ballpark, and excellent head on sight lines to the massive left field videoboard. But the most notable of benefits is the all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages available to all club seat ticket holders. Add in a climate controlled club lounge with upscale furniture and numerous TVs, and you're left with a winning recipe for leaving a great impression.

If a premium lounge and all-inclusive experience isn't exactly what you're looking for, we recommend considering the Diamond Box Front Row seats. Located in the very first row (F) of lower level sections 140-164, the views of the players and the field are nothing short of stunning thanks to being so close. What makes these seats even more memorable is that you'll also get to experience some of the most generous legroom a fan could find across the MLB (it feels as if there are two empty rows in front of you). The one downfall here is that you won't get to rest your food and beverage on top of a dugout or a dugout suite, but you'll never need to bother another fan as you try to reach your seat thanks to the makeshift aisle created by the enormous legroom.

Should you be working with a healthy budget when trying to find a great seat for impressing a guest at an Indians game, the Dugout Suites provide a one of a kind experience that is sure to never disappoint. These private 12 person suites literally give you a dugout style view as your eye level will be only a foot or so above the surface of the field. Each suite comes with a private restroom, suite attendant, and optional catering service. You won't find a closer seat to home plate, and fans here are also frequently seen in the background of the television broadcast.

Sections 326, 328, 330 and 332

  • Good elevated view from the first base side of the field
  • Exclusive club level amenities
  • Inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages in addition to climate-controlled club access

Rows F in Sections 140, 142, 144 and 146

  • Some of the best legroom in all of baseball from the Diamond Box Front Row
  • Amazing views incredibly close to the field
  • You'll never need to get up to let someone move through the seating row

Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4

  • Truly unique experience in a dugout style suite
  • As close as you can get to the batters box at Progressive Field
  • Great spot for making it on to the television broadcast

Recommended Seats for Partying and Socializing

While the Corner Bar in right field is usually packed, a similar area in left field is not nearly as crowded

Sections 102, 103, 107 and 108

  • Close to a cluster of bars near the outfield seating
  • Good opportunity to socialize while watching the game
  • Some of the most affordable tickets in the outfield

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Best Seats for Visiting Team Fans

It's difficult for a visiting team fan to find a better spot than right behind the visitors dugout along the first base line at Progressive Field. The dugout suites behind home plate make it hard to tell where the team bench actually comes to an end, but rest assured that sections 140-146 give you the best perch for watching your team's players as they enter and exit between innings. Opt for lettered rows F-O to stay within 10 rows of the dugout where you get tremendous views of the infield and excellent alignment to the impressive left field videoboard. If you are lucky enough to score a seat in row F (up against the back wall of the dugout), you'll have some of the most impressive legroom in all of major league baseball.

Another good option for away team supporters are the lowest rows (A through E) in sections 138 and 136. These seats actually put you on the side of the visitors dugout, but unfortunately don't have great views into the bench thanks to the camera men stationed at the edges. However you'll still get excellent face time with the players as they return the bench after a half inning of defense out on the field. These are some of the closest seats to the grass that you can find without having to spend an arm and a leg on a Dugout Suite.

If you find yourself working with a budget but still looking to get to Progressive to cheer on your team as they square off against the Indians, we recommend searching in center field section 103. Low seat numbers here (best option being seat 1) provide a one of a kind spot with great views down to the adjacent bullpens. This section is also a good spot if its your first time at the ballpark, as they keep you close to some of Progressive's more unique common areas beyond center field, including Heritage Park and the Fox Sports Ohio broadcast booth.

Section 103

  • Great views down to the bullpens from the lower numbered seats
  • Near unique Progressive Field attractions just beyond center field

Rows F-O in Sections 140, 142, 144 and 146

  • Right behind the visitors dugout
  • Excellent views of the infield
  • Great angle to the impressive left field videoboard

Rows A-E in Sections 136 and 138

  • Right beside the visiting team dugout
  • Excellent views of the players taking and leaving the field
  • Impressive proximity to the action

Best Seats for Great Views of the Field

For the best views of a ballgame at Progressive Field, your best options will be found in select areas of the lower 100 Level as well as the 300 Club Level. Among our favorites are near the Indians dugout in sections 165-167. Seats here are close to the action, while having good lines of sight which do not get impeded by the protective netting. Along the first baseline (close to the visitors dugout), sections 136-138 offer a similar experience, but these seats will see more sun during day games. Therefore, we recommend the double lettered rows on this side of the field which have better overhead protection and shade potential, helping to keep you in your seat watching the game.

Other good views on the lower 100 level can be found in the double lettered rows of sections 150-154, which have more of a behind home plate view. You'll be in excellent position for picking up the ball right off the pitchers hand, and impressive views of the batters box and on deck circles. These double lettered seats are higher in the sections, helping to limit the distraction of the netting while providing a good seating height with expansive viewing range.

Although not terribly close to the infield, sections near the outfield corners (117 in right, 178-179 in left) are a more affordable and unique option for watching an Indians baseball game. The beauty of these sections is the excellent angling of the seats which has you almost perfectly aligned with the heart of the infield diamond. Views of the near corners may be difficult in some seats, but overall you get a nice perspective for the majority of the game. Be sure to not go higher than row V where the views get more difficult, and fans in right should be prepared for a healthy dose of sun during day games at Progressive.

The 300 level along the first baseline is where you will find Club seating for an Indians game, but aside from offering a premium experience these seats are also a very good choice for avid watchers of America's pastime. Opt for seats in the first 7 rows (A through G) of sections 334-344 and you will be treated to excellent lines of sight to the infield while avoiding the difficult views of down the right field line which can occur in seats higher up in the sections. A large railing in front of section 348 impedes some viewing angles for fans sitting in sections 348 and 346, so we would avoid these two options when possible.

Unfortunately due to the steep seating incline and aerial views in the upper deck, it is difficult to recommend seats in the 400 or 500 levels of the main seating bowl for watching a baseball game. Outfield seats on the lower tier face nicely towards the infield, but if sitting in left you will be higher up with no view to the videoboard, while those in right will have the sun in their eyes as day games reach the afternoon hours.

Sections 164, 165 and 167

  • Beyond the protective netting for clear views to home plate
  • Excellent proximity to the infield and Indians dugout
  • Good seating angle facing towards the heart of the diamond

Rows AA-HH in Sections 136, 138 and 140

  • Prime lower level views without being behind the netting
  • Good seating height and angle to the infield
  • Near the top of sections where overhead coverage is more plentiful

Rows A-V in Sections 117, 178 and 179

  • Seats face the middle of the infield
  • Comfortable natural sight lines with minimal head turning
  • More affordable option on the lower seating tier

Sections 150, 151, 152 and 153

  • Scout style viewing position from behind home plate
  • Higher in the section where netting becomes less of a distraction
  • Near straight away perspective to the infield and impressive videoboard

Sections 334, 336, 338 and 340

  • Good seating angle to the infield
  • Front rows provide clearer views down the right field line
  • Viewing angles into the Indians dugout and to the left field videoboard

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Seating Tips & Advice

  • "The Steep Upper Level Presents Challenges" - A steep staircase will present itself to fans buying tickets in the 500 level. If you are sitting in the Upper Level, do your best to get tickets closest to row E, which is where the tunnel to the concourse is located. This will limit your walk up the stairs and reduce the chances of you spilling your beer. Row W has you walking up and down nearly 20 steps each time you get food and go to the restroom.

Seat Ratings & Reviews

  • "Great for game; lousy for fireworks. " - - These seats have a great view of the field, except for balls hit down the right field corner. Becaus...
    Section 140, Row EE, Seats 7-10
  • "Very expensive seats" - - For 4 tickets we paid $37 per ticket for $12 face value tickets PLUS over $12 PER TICKET MORE for sh...
    Section 103, Row F
  • "Good view of the field" - - Seats were good, view of the field was good! Good game (we won). Little pricey for food etc.. $4...
    Section 163, Row AA, Seats 7-8
  • "Can't ask for better seats" - - The view of the game is remarkable from these seats & the vendors are plentiful in this section as w...
    Section 152, Row T
  • "Great Seats" - - The seats are in a perfect position to view everything that goes on. Unfortunately our game was a ra...
    Section 336, Row N, Seat 7
  • "Water logged, smelly, no cup holders,close to field" - - I would not recommend these seats. Standing water that smelled like sewage. The cup holders were g...
    Section 113, Row A, Seats 11,12
  • "Behind Visitors Dugout" - - I like the seats in this section - especially when it's cold. The seats are in the sun and you get ...
    Section 140, Row S, Seat 6
  • "Just Past the Indians Dugout" - - Great view, as you will be looking over the third-base coach's shoulder. But you must be alert for ...
    Section 165, Row F, Seat 5
  • "Great view of the field and scoreboard" - - Located on the first base side beyond the visitors' dugout. Great view of the scoreboard and great a...
    Section 134, Row G, Seats 7-10
  • "Great view! " - - Great view! Extra wide isle for more leg room, don't need to stand up for others entering/exiting ro...
    Section 344, Row T, Seats 9,10
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    Other Photos From Progressive Field

    The bullpens are in right-center field, adjacent to 103 and behind 101.
    The visitor bullpen is just below the main standing room only area in right-center.
    The Club Seats overhang sections on the first base side of the field. Rows X and higher are under the overhang in sections 128-148.
    While the Corner Bar in right field is usually packed, a similar area in left field is not nearly as crowded

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