The corner of Carnegie and Ontario just got even better.
The Cleveland Indians showed off their brand new scoreboard Tuesday afternoon, six days before the team hosts its home opener against Boston.
The high-definition scoreboard measures 59 feet high and 221 feet wide, accumulating 13,000 square feet, a 147 percent square-foot increase from the previous display. The scoreboard will feature scoring, video, replays, social media and more advanced statistical information.
It replaces a system that was installed in 2004, when the stadium was still called Jacob's Field.
Seven ribbon display boards also were installed throughout the stadium, combining 2,184 total feet -- taller than Key and Terminal towers combined.
The Indians previously announced the addition of new concessions, including local eateries The Brew Kettle, Momocho, Fat Head's and Dante's Inferno.
The ballpark's current capacity is 35,225, with room for increase when standing room only is considered.
Check out the photos and video above to see the scoreboard in action.