Ford field and Comerica both have some of the worst sight lines of any modern stadium built. The pitch angle of the rows at both stadiums is atrocious. Yeah, its all the stadium's fault that the crappiest team in sports plays there.
On Friday, Cleveland opened its season on the losing end of a slugfest with the White Sox. Not the worst opening day possible, however much air Fausto Carmona's 3-inning, run performance sucked out of the building—catching stud Carlos Santana went 3 for 5 with a homer. But in the two ensuing games, Cleveland sold 9, and 8, seats, respectively.
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The last time I visited this stadium, it was called Jacobs Field, the Indians were in first place, and every seat was sold out for the season. That was It was only 2pm.
In the sixth inning of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field in Cleveland, a Lindor line drive down the first base line went into the crowd and hit a young boy. The boy is 3 years old and was hospitalized, according to Cleveland. Cleveland Indians star shortstop Francisco Lindor is speaking out after another scary incident involving a fan hit by a foul ball.
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Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor was at-bat in the sixth inning when he hit a foul ball into the crowd just past the edge of the netting by first base, which then struck the boy. Following the game, Lindor spoke to the press and encouraged MLB teams to extend the netting for the safety of fans and to prevent situations like this one. I encourage every MLB team to put the nets all the way down.
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