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Cleveland Indians


1933 S. Ballpark Way
Goodyear, AZ 85338
(623) 882-7644 (MAP)

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Unique Seating Areas
There are some unique seating areas for individuals and groups of various sizes, including the Right Field Pavilion and Terrace (located on the rooftop behind home plate); tickets for these areas include an unlimited buffet and fountain drinks. Club and Premium seating sections offer in-seat food and beverage service, so fans don't have to miss a thing. The Goodyear Ballpark features a concourse with a 360 degree view of the field. All seating is lower bowl, so everyone is close to the action.  

Places to Dine in Goodyear
There's no shortage of places to dine before or after the game in Goodyear - visit Places to Dine in Goodyear for a complete list. 

Be Wary of Customer Service Issues And Overhyped Demand
Anytime a new ballpark opens there are customer service issues as far as having enough employees at the games to scan tickets and at concession lines to serve fans. Allow extra time and don’t feel you have to buy your tickets in advance for every Indians game. Ohio’s economy is in the toilet, sadly.
Joe Connor, Author of A Fan’s Guide To The Ultimate Spring Training Experience, www.modernerabaseball.com 

You've Got It Made in the Shade
Goodyear has a great ballpark for fans who want to sit in the shade. You're guaranteed cover if you sit in the club seating, which is even with third base. That's because a green awning covers all seats in those sections (106A, 106B and 107A). Fans sitting behind home plate (sections 110-114) don't have the benefit of a roof. Instead the press box blocks out much of the sun and by the end of the game all seats are shaded. www.springtrainingconnection.com 

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Places to Stay

Hotels

Holiday Inn Express
(623) 535-1313
1313 N Litchfield Rd
Goodyear , AZ

Comfort Suites
(623) 266-2884 phone
(623) 266-3609 fax
15575 W Roosevelt St
Goodyear, AZ 85338

Quality Inn & Suites
(623) 932-9191
950 N. Dysart Road
Goodyear , AZ
Hampton Inn & Suites
(623) 536-1313
2000 North Litchfield Road
Goodyear , AZ

 

Golf

Estrella Mountain Golf Course
(623) 932-3714
15205 W Vineyard
Goodyear , AZ
Golf Club of Estrella
(623) 386-2600
11800 South Golf Club Drive
Goodyear , AZ
Coldwater Golf Club
(623) 932-9000
100 N Clubhouse Dr
Avondale , AZ
Palm Valley Golf Club
(623) 536-3237
14154 W Mcdowell Rd
Goodyear , AZ

2017 Schedule

News

CLE Homepage News


Bauer faces Angels as Tribe goes for 7 in a row
The Indians and Angels will close out their three-game series at Progressive Field on Thursday in a matinee that will feature a matchup between right-handers Trevor Bauer and JC Ramirez, with Cleveland seeking its seventh straight victory.
07/27/2017 08:40 AM

Zimmer, big 8th lead Indians to 6th straight win
After an all-around great performance in Tuesday's series opener between the Indians and the Angels, Bradley Zimmer came through once again for the Tribe on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. Zimmer laced a go-ahead RBI double in the seventh inning before the Indians erupted with a seven-run eighth en route to a 10-4 win over the Angels and their sixth straight victory.
07/27/2017 12:35 AM

Valuable Shaw gets job done with game on line
With the go-ahead run on second and only one out in the top of the seventh inning on Wednesday night at Progressive Field, Indians manager Terry Francona opted to replace starter Carlos Carrasco with reliever Bryan Shaw. Shaw entered the game to face the Angels' Kaleb Cowart and Yunel Escobar, and the right-hander did his job, inducing two ground-ball outs to keep the game tied.
07/27/2017 01:39 AM

Almonte optioned as Tribe recalls Armstrong
Before their game on Wednesday against the Angels at Progressive Field, the Indians recalled right-handed reliever Shawn Armstrong from Triple-A Columbus. As a result of Armstrong's promotion, outfielder Abraham Almonte was optioned to Columbus.
07/26/2017 07:06 PM

Clevinger, Middleton share tight bond
Keynan Middleton first met Mike Clevinger four years ago at the Angels' training complex in Arizona. At the time, Middleton was just a few months removed from being drafted by the Angels, and Clevinger was rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. The two pitchers quickly formed a tight bond, though their paths diverged when the Angels dealt Clevinger to the Indians in exchange for reliever Vinnie Pestano in August 2014.
07/26/2017 07:46 PM

 
 

 
 

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