Construction of Progressive Field (originally Jacobs Field) commenced on January 13, 1992 and officially opened its gates on April 4th, 1994.
Progressive Field is home to Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians.
The record attendance was set on October 4, 1997 at 45,274 people during the MLB Division Series Playoff Game 5
Progressive Insurance Company bought the naming rights in 2008 to become Progressive Field.
In 2008 it was ranked as Major League Baseball’s best ballpark. (Fan Opinion Poll)
Center Field is 405 feet.
Construction of the Quicken Loans Arena (originally Gund Arena) commenced in April of 1994 and The Arena was completed in October, 1994.
The doors opened officially with a performance by Billy Joel on October 17, 1994.
Both Quicken Loans Arena and Progressive Field are located in close proximity to each other on the Gateway Sports Complex.
Quicken Loans Arena is home to the National Basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers, the AHL’s Lake Erie Monsters, the AFL’s Cleveland Gladiators, and the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Men’s & Women’s Championship Tournaments.
Around 2 million people attend approximately 200 events each year hosted by Quicken Loans Arena.
Quicken Loans Arena seating capacity is 20,526. The Arena is 480'′ long x 440' wide x 140' high and encompasses 750,000 square feet.