Power Ranking all 30 MLB Ballparks

T-24: Progressive Field (Cleveland Indians)

Credit: Cleveland Indians

Credit: Cleveland Indians

Visual: 15/25

Progressive Field is an interesting ballpark to say the least. It has a huge wall than ranges from the left field pole until almost center field. With a huge scoreboard in left, you can still see the Cleveland skyline behind it.


In 1995, the year after then Jacobs Field opened, it hosted Cleveland’s first World Series game since 1954. It also has hosted an All Star Game, a no-hitter, and the 1997 World Series.

Overall: 29/50

2 Responses

  1. brobetoy

    Nice article but CoPa’s dirt cutout isn’t triangular, it’s five sided and shaped like home plate.

  2. Justin

    I have multiple problems with this article. First, it’s obvious that you haven’t been to half these stadiums. I have, and disagree with just about all your assessments. Second of all, your criteria is absurd. History shouldn’t be half your assessment, because when you go to many ballparks that have been around for 40-50 years, you just don’t “feel” the history. How Yankee Stadium is considered better than Citi Field is mind-boggling. You’ve gotta do better research.


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