Why You Should Buy Indians Tickets


Remember back when the Indians were in the middle of all of those consecutive sell-outs and everyone whined about how they couldn’t get tickets?

Well, times have changed: the team is young and undeveloped, and there are plenty of seats available at Progressive Field. And that’s exactly why you should buy tickets — anything can happen. After all, this is Cleveland.  

What if the team goes on a hot streak and has a shot at the play offs? You’ll regret not buying those tickets back in December when they were available at non-reseller prices.

Clevelanders go see football games in raging snowstorms, so why wouldn’t you want to see a baseball game in ideal weather? We only get so many months of sunshine, so why not enjoy it with a day at the ballpark?

I think that fans should come out and support the team, no matter what. Otherwise, you might regret missing the action.

  • No Go

    Because Carmona will be pitching for the other team too?

  • Dan C.

    “What if the team goes on a hot streak and has a shot at the playoffs?”

    “And that’s exactly why you should buy tickets — anything can happen. After all, this is Cleveland.”

    I should buy tickets because “after all this is Cleveland”? Did the marketing guys at the Indians pay for add space on this blog or something? I’m confused by the sales pitch.

  • http://www.babeslovebaseball.com Sooze

    Keep up the great work, Amanda! We’ve added Deep Left Field to the “League of Our Own” tab on BabesLoveBaseball.com. Welcome to the Fansided Family!

  • rhercik

    The price reductions to the tickets is enticing but after opening day I’m going to have a hard time going to games. A good start to the season will go a long way in getting fans in the seats for the summer months.

  • Ed Carroll

    @rhercik

    Winning won’t put butts in the seats. Attendance was in the bottom half of the league in 2007, and fans in Cleveland are so jaded that I don’t think one winning season (shot of a World Series championship) would do it. A lot of (ignorant) fans want to see big money free agent signings, but conveniently ignore that the only teams this method seems to work for are the Yankees and Red Sox.

    Now is not the time for the Indians to abandon patience. If things are this bad in a year, maybe. But these kids need some time to develop and have a chance to play, or they’ll go the way of Andy Marte (HA! Snuck him in there!)

    Thanks to everyone for reading.

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