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Jul 26

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Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia, PA

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Philadelphia, PA

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Detroit, MI

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Detroit, MI

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Aug 01

Thu

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Progressive Field

Cleveland, OH

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Fri

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Mon

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Tue

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Wed

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Aug 09

Fri

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Target Field

Minneapolis, MN

Cleveland Guardians at Minnesota Twins

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Minneapolis, MN

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Minneapolis, MN

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Target Field

Minneapolis, MN

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Aug 12

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Progressive Field

Cleveland, OH

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Wed

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Milwaukee, WI

Cleveland Guardians at Milwaukee Brewers

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Milwaukee, WI

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American Family Field

Milwaukee, WI

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Aug 20

Tue

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Yankee Stadium

Bronx, NY

Cleveland Guardians at New York Yankees

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Bronx, NY

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Fri

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Progressive Field

Cleveland, OH

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Sat

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Cleveland, OH

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Sun

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Mon

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Cleveland, OH

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06:10pm

Progressive Field

Cleveland, OH

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Sep 01

Sun

02:40pm

Progressive Field

Cleveland, OH

Pittsburgh Pirates at Cleveland Guardians

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Sep 02

Mon

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Kauffman Stadium

Kansas City, MO

Cleveland Guardians at Kansas City Royals

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Kauffman Stadium

Kansas City, MO

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Sep 06

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Dodger Stadium

Los Angeles, CA

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Cleveland Guardians

League: American League (AL)

Division: AL Central

Stadium: Progressive Field (capacity 34,830)

Manager: Stephen Vogt (2024-present)

Star Players: Josh Naylor, Tanner Bibee (pitcher), José Ramírez

2023 Regular Season: 76-86 (3rd in AL Central)

2023 Postseason: Did not qualify

Legendary Former Players: Jim Thome, Bob Feller (pitcher), Sandy Alomar Jr., Carlos Baerga, Manny Ramirez, Albert Belle, Kenny Lofton

World Series Titles: 2 (1920, 1948)

Cleveland Guardians

By 1915, Cleveland’s baseball team had been known as the Bluebirds, Napoleons, Buckeyes, Infants, Spiders, Senators, Lake Shores, and Furniture Makers (really!), but settled on the Cleveland Indians for over a century. In recent times, however, calls to change this name due to its insensitivity to Native Americans became louder and the team decided to change its name to the Cleveland Guardians from the 2022 season onward. The name change has not yet helped to break the Curse of Rocky Colavito, though, with Cleveland's team still the bashful owners of the longest active World Series drought in MLB (since 1948, 75 years and counting). The team has been to the World Series three times in recent decades, losing all three, including a heartbreaking collapse (from 3 games to 1 up) to the Chicago Cubs in 2016 (who were the only team with a longer championship drought than the Guardians). Can the Guardians finally overcome the ghosts of their past in the years to come? Get your Cleveland Guardians from TicketX today and be there to hope they can!

  • Cleveland’s legacy of futility among all of its professional sports teams was the subject of much pain (and mockery) until 2016 when LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers brought the NBA Championship home, the city’s first victory of any kind in 52 years.

Rival Teams

Nothing fires up MLB baseball fans like their team hittin’ the diamond against one of their major rivals. Below are two of the Cleveland Guardians’ most important rivalries.

Cleveland Guardians vs Chicago White Sox

The Cleveland Guardians and Chicago White Sox have a long-standing rivalry that began in 1959 when the Sox beat the Guardians (then the Indians) to the American League pennant. Various key games have been contested between the Guardians and the Sox as they have vied for control of the AL Central division, as well as outrageous shenanigans (Albert Belle’s corked bat is one of the most notorious). In 2023, the teams were involved in a massive bench-clearing brawl. The Guardians and the Sox are set to face one another 16 times in the 2024 season, with 7 games hosted at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago and 9 games at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

Cleveland Guardians vs Cincinnati Reds

The rivalry between the Cleveland Guardians and the Cincinnati Reds, sometimes known as the Buckeye Series or Battle of Ohio, is a relatively good-natured in-state local rivalry. Because the two teams play in opposite leagues, their only meetings prior to the start of interleague play in 1997 were annual preseason exhibition matches (with the winner awarded the Ohio Cup). The Guardians and Reds are scheduled for 4 interleague games in 2024, with the first two at Progressive Field in Cleveland and the latter two at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

2024 MLB Season Predictions

Which Teams Will Go To the 2024 MLB Playoffs?

There will be 12 teams who make the 2024 Playoffs: six from the American League and six from the National League. Four of the six will have to play in the Wild Card Series to try to advance to the ALDS and NLDS. Last year, the AL’s 5th-seeded Texas Rangers and the NL’s 6th-seeded Arizona Diamondbacks shocked the baseball universe by advancing to the 2023 World Series, where the Rangers defeated the Diamondbacks, 4-1.

It doesn’t seem either of those teams will get to the 2024 World Series, with traditional powerhouses like the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers off to nice stars in their leagues behind Juan Soto and Shohei Ohtani. And with upstart teams like the Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Guardians, and Kansas City Royals in the AL and the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies in the NL, there will certainly be four good teams playing in the ALCS and NLCS.

Which Two Teams Will Go To the 2024 MLB World Series and Why?

There seem to be only five teams—two from the AL and three from the NL—who could end up meeting in the 2024 World Series. The Yankees have been a pleasant surprise in the Senior Circuit, and oddsmakers at DraftKings currently have Aaron Judge and the Bronx Bombers at +600 (6/1) to win the Fall Classic, with their AL East rivals, the Baltimore Orioles, priced at +900 (9/1).

In the Junior Circuit, things should be a little bit harder with the Dodgers (3/1), Braves (4/1), and Phillies (+850). Two of these three solid teams are likely to have to go through one of the others in both the NLCS and NLCS just to get to the World Series.

With Soto playing so well in the Bronx and big bats like Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, and Anthony Rizzo, look for the Yankees to be in the World Series with the Orioles more talented but still very young. And despite the generational talent of the Braves and Dodgers rosters, look for the Phillies to find a way to advance in October.

Why? Philadelphia’s infield is tremendous, with Bryce Harper (1B), Bryson Stott (2B), Trea Turner (SS), and Alex Bohm (3B). With pitchers Ranger Suárez (8-0) and Aaron Nola (6-2) off to great starts, the Phillies should find a way to outscore all opponents and knock off the Yankees in the 2024 World Series.

2024 MLB World Series Prediction: Phillies over Yankees, 4-2

How much are Cleveland Guardians tickets?

At TicketX, you will find the cheapest Cleveland Guardians tickets starting from $0.96 at Progressive Field on Aug 04. Prices do vary depending on seat types, opposing teams, cities, and dates. Please search this page for tickets based on the dates (and locations) of games that you would like to attend.

Cleveland Guardians Merch

Below you will find a range of approximate prices (based on the team’s online store) for some of the most exciting Cleveland Guardians merchandise that you will likely find sold at kiosks and shops in and around Progressive Field.

Product

Price

Official Jersey

$135-200

Official Youth Jersey

$90-125

Women’s Jersey

$150

Cap

$30-44

T-Shirt

$40

Hoodie

$70-90

When do the 2025 MLB Preseason and 2025 MLB Regular Season start for the Cleveland Guardians?

MLB preseason (Spring Training) generally sees its first pitches thrown in late February, with preseason games continuing on through March. Regular season openers take place in April. Like all MLB teams, the Cleveland Guardians tend to play around 25-30 preseason games at various locations (generally in warmer climates) leading into the 162 games of the regular season. The MLB regular season finishes at the end of September, followed immediately by the MLB Playoffs/Postseason in October (if the Guardians make it). Fans should note that a few preseason games occasionally take place in non-MLB North American markets or even overseas in other countries (such as South Korea in 2024).

Why should you consider buying tickets to Cleveland Guardians preseason games?

While preseason games do not affect a team’s record in the MLB regular season standings, you shouldn’t completely write them off. Not only are tickets to preseason games generally quite a bit cheaper, but they also offer baseball fans a sneak peek at some of the exciting draft picks and other young players who could potentially light up the Cleveland Guardians lineup in the upcoming season. With tickets to premium seats also available at cheaper prices from TicketX, you might finally get that chance to sit near the infield that you’ve always wanted!

Cleveland Guardians Trade Rumors and Draft Picks

Following a disappointing 2023 campaign that saw the Guardians fail to make it to the postseason, the team is currently in poll position in first place in the AL Central division and looks likely to appear in the 2024 MLB Playoffs. For this reason, the Guardians will be looking to add a bit more depth through the trade before the July 30 trade deadline to hopefully break the drought by winning the 2024 World Series! According to yardbarker.com, rumored trade targets reportedly include star pitcher Garrett Crochet (Chicago White Sox) or Blue Jays pitcher Yusei Kikuchi, due to some of the pitching injuries currently affecting the Guardians. In the off-season this winter, the Guardians may turn to free agents, new talent from the draft, or trades with other franchises to try to improve their team for 2025.

Progressive Field

The Cleveland Guardians have played in five ballparks since the team was first conceived in 1896, and anyone who complains about the name of their current ballpark, Progressive Field, will likely still find it an improvement on their first home: Recreation Park II. Since Progressive Field opened in 1994, Guardians fans have watched their team appear in the World Series on three occasions (1995, 1997, 2016) but the Guardians ended up losing…all three times (their championship drought, currently the longest active drought in MLB at 75 years, goes on).  Progressive Field was the first MLB ground to opt for a retro aesthetic, setting a trend that has continued in American stadium design ever since. Its open layout provides expansive views of Cleveland’s city skyline between the park’s 19 towers that provide light for night games and are known as “the toothbrushes.” The bullpens of the stadium are uniquely raised, so that fans can watch the pitchers warming up, and there is also a kids area called Kids Clubhouse where youngsters can practice baseball skills (equipped with windows so that moms and dads can keep an eye on the game!). As well as regular season and playoff Guardians home games,  Progressive Field also hosts large concerts and outdoor hockey games from time to time. Showing up to Progressive Field hungry is not a problem, with delicious snacks like gourmet grilled cheese, build-your-own-tacos, and homestyle ice cream on the menu, along with locally brewed craft beer. Several local restaurants also have branches inside the stadium so that fans can sample Cleveland’s best food while enjoying the game.

How to get to Progressive Field

Visitors can arrive at Progressive Field using CRTA trains or buses. Free downtown trolleys also run between 7 am and 7 pm. Bike racks are also available for cyclists. Most visitors, however, tend to arrive at Progressive Field in their own vehicles or a taxi. Driving to the ballpark in your own car is fairly easy, with good access from three different major highways, but game day traffic can get heavy, so plan to arrive early. Parking at the Gateway East Garage right next to Progressive Field is limited, and mostly reserved for season ticket holders, though you can try to apply for a spot when you buy a game day ticket. Plenty of off-site parking is available, though prepaid reservations are highly recommended ($10-20).

Progressive Field Bag Policy

For rapid easy entry into the venue, Progressive Field bag policy recommends that guests try to avoid bringing bags if possible. If you must bring a bag, only medical bags, diaper bags, clutches, and small bags are permitted (maximum size: 16” x 16” x 8”). All bags are subject to inspection.

Progressive Field Field Rules

Progressive Field has a comprehensive list of rules designed to ensure a safe and enjoyable day at the venue for everyone. Mostly, these rules are common sense, but here are a few key rules to remember:

  • Beer & Alcohol anyone purchasing alcohol at the venue must provide a valid photo ID. Apart from select bars, alcohol service ends at the end of the seventh inning. Limit of 2 alcoholic drinks per transaction, per person. Service may be refused at management’s discretion.

  • Break in Play if you are sitting in the lower bowl, please try not to leave your seat or return while play is in progress. If possible, do so between batters.

  • Outside Food fans can bring in outside food, though it may be inspected. Food cannot be carried into premium seating areas.

  • Noisemakers - fans at Progressive Field are encouraged to be loud! However, no noise-making devices (horns, instruments, bells, etc.) are permitted. Clap your hands and raise your voice instead.

Visit the stadium’s A-Z page for a full list of rules at Progressive Field.

Hotels Near Progressive Field

Several good hotels can be found within walking distance (or a short cab ride) of Progressive Field. Here are a few decent accommodation options near the venue:

Progressive Field Seating Chart

While Progressive Field once had one of the largest capacities in MLB (over 45,000), recent renovations have reduced the park’s capacity to 34,830 (the league’s lowest). Nonetheless, Progressive Field still contains a diverse range of seating options for visitors to choose from. Those looking to spend a day at the ballpark in style can apply for premium seating such as suites, home plate boxes, or the Kaulig Companies Club. Discount Drug Mart Seats along the first baseline is also a popular choice (don’t be confused by the sponsor’s name though—these are not cheap seats!). The remainder of Progressive Field contains plenty of general seating ranging in price from moderately expensive seats near the infield to mid-range seats and cheap seats past the outfield fence and in the upper tiers. TicketX is your one-stop shop to search for tickets to events and games at Progressive Field that suit your preferences without leaving a dent in your wallet.  Our handy seating chart is the best way to evaluate different seating options.

Progressive Field Seat Reviews

Fans who have been to games and other events at Progressive Field have provided reviews of different seats in the stadium. According to rateyourseats.com, one fan who watched a Guardians game from the 100 level along the first baseline praised the great views of the action but cautioned that the seats were “lousy for fireworks” due to the overhang above. Another fan, who opted to sit up in the 300 level out past right field, enjoyed the views, the leg room, and the tasty food available. Visitors who sat up in the top deck (the 500 level) praised it for its sweeping vistas of not just the baseball but the fireworks, all at an affordable price. Please note that reviews are always subjective, being the opinions of individual visitors. Experiences and preferences vary from game to game, and person to person.

Because Progressive Field is the home of the Cleveland Guardians, you’ll have a decent chance of seeing the team’s All-Stars José Ramírez and Josh Naylor, as well as plenty of exciting players from visiting teams too. Get your Cleveland Guardians tickets from TicketX and be there to see top MLB players doing what they do best!


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