Workers are busy preparing Progressive Field for Opening Day, and there is a new vantage point for fans to watch the game.
"The Terrace Club is now open to the public. Last year we opened the fourth floor up, now it's all the way open to the public," said Indians spokesman Joel Hammond. "And it's exciting to open the place to all the fans."
Previously it was only open to season ticket holders. But now you can have dinner, and then, if you'd like, watch the rest of the game at one of the bar areas.
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There are a few new food choices this year.
"So, here in the Terrace Club, part of our new menu is a new nacho burger, which we feel will be pretty exciting, and well received among our fans," Hammond said. "Throughout the rest of the ballpark, we're excited to introduce Bob Evans sausage carts, Pierre's ice cream, which is a local company as well."
There are many promotional days, including the popular bobbleheads.
"Two of the items we'll have this year, our "bro-hio" bobblehead depicting Nick Swisher doing the H in Ohio. And also Orel Hersheiser will be given away on May 3," Hammond said. "In addition to these, we have Michael Bourne bobblehead, Jason Kipnis bobblehead and Michael Brantley.
There will also be four jersey giveaways, 17 fireworks nights and 13 dollar hot dog nights.
"We're not only expecting a great season on the field, but off the field as well, and we're excited for our fans to enjoy another great season here at Progressive Field," said Hammond.