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Cleveland Indians Progressive Field

Progressive Field

Formerly Jacobs Field (“The Jake”) this stadium has been home to MLB’s Cleveland Indians since 1994. Now a Central Division team in the American League, the Indians were established in 1869 before a professional ball-players association was formed. A highlight between innings is the fan-favorite race between mascots Ketchup, Mustard and Onion.

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First Energy Stadium

The AFC North Cleveland Browns have been playing here since the franchise was reinstated in 1999. Sitting on the shore of Lake Erie, during Sunday home games in the fall and winter, it is filled with fans chanting “Here we go, Brownies, here we go,” while those in the famous Dawg Pound bark in response.

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Quicken Loans Arena (The “Q”)

While many know The “Q” because of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA team, it is also where the Lake Erie Monsters professional hockey team and the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League play. Concerts, ice skating performances and the monster truck jam occur here as well.

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Pro Football Hall of Fame

This museum is a tribute to the men who have made professional football America’s most popular sport. It honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions, preserves historical documents and artifacts, educates the public, and promotes the positive values of the sport.

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League Park Cleveland Ohio

League Park

Before the Cleveland Indians, the hometown’s baseball team was the Cleveland Spiders. Playing in League Park, they opened their first season on May 1, 1891 with Cy Young pitching. The park ceased operations in 1946, but has been renovated, including the relocation of the Baseball Heritage Museum to the old ticket house.

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