ReOpening Day

The sun was shining on Cleveland Friday afternoon.

What started as a sorta dull, gloomy day turned around quickly, just in time for the Cleveland Indians to take the field at the (sorta) new Progressive Field. Home opener is very much like a holiday in Cleveland, including taking time off of work, pre-gaming, running into friends at the variety of bars and post-game celebrations (even if we did lose).

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Kim and I scooted out of work, grabbed an Uber and headed downtown a few hours before the game to meet up with friends, or in one case – run into friends at a random bar.

Random run in with Nicole and Jen.

Random run in with Nicole and Jen.

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Grabbing beers with my favorite radio personality, Tim.

Grabbing beers with my favorite radio personality, Tim.

Once the game started, and after we had a chance to check out the Corner bar at Progressive Field, we grabbed our seats and soaked in the sun and Home Opener festivities.

The view from the upper deck of The Corner

The view from the upper deck of The Corner

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Hammy!

Hammy!

There’s really nothing better than sitting in the sun, beer in hand, enjoying Indians baseball in the Spring/Summer. It’s the perfect way to kick off Spring.

In honor of our friend Jerry Kipnis, #SelfieTime

In honor of our friend Jerry Kipnis, #SelfieTime

Welcome Home.

Welcome Home.

Here we go Indians, Here we go.

Disclosure: The agency I work for is the official brand agency for the Cleveland Indians. I got to hang out with these cool peeps that I work with at the game as part of that relationship. But I’m a tried and true Indians fan either way. 

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About Charlene Ann

30Something, Type A, City Dweller. Lover of bad pop music, coffee, reading, bourbon, to-do lists, wine, trashy TV and Cleveland.
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