Indians Home Opener Sells Out for 27th Season in a Row


  • Photo by Emanuel Wallace
For the 27th straight season in a row, the Indians Home Opener game is completely sold out, the team has announced.

While it did take a little less than an hour for all of the single-game tickets to get swept up (in years past, these have gone in mere minutes), Progressive Field is still set to be packed to the gills with drunk, hopeful fans come April 1 (no joke), when the Tribe takes on the Chicago White Sox.

But for those of you who missed out on the tickets this morning, never fear, there are still plenty available for the 80 home games the rest the 2019 season, and you can find them all right here.

Take a peek at what happened during last year's freezing home opener right here.

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