Hey Cleveland Indians fans! Are you ready to play ball?

The 2018 Cleveland Indians home opener is happening this Friday Apr 6 at 4:10 p.m. at the Progressive Field in Cleveland. They will be taking on the Kansas City Royals.

For the 26th season in a row, the Cleveland Indians’ home opener is SOLD OUT! The two-time defending American League Central champions have once again proven they have some dedicated fans!

If you weren’t able to get tickets to Friday’s game, you can still participate in some fan-driven fun!

Head to Wilbert’s Food & Music (812 Huron Rd Cleveland) to celebrate the Tribe opening at home! Wilbert’s will be your baseball one-stop-shop for $4 domestics, $3 bombs, $5

Tito’s and BBQ specials! Plus, there’s always some exciting live music to get you hyped for the game.

Legends Sports Pub & Grille (1840 Town Park Blvd Uniontown) will be celebrating with Hot Dog and Fries for $4.99, Domestic Beer Buckets for $12, Bucket of Wings for $15.99 and Flatbread Pepperoni Pizzas for only $5.99!

AJ Roccos (816 Huron Rd E Cleveland) you can get $12 buckets of domestics,

$2 domestics and a drink called the “Jose Jose Coffee” (named after Jose Ramirez, of course).

The downtown Barrio location (503 Prospect Ave E Cleveland) will have a beer tub and a taco bar outside during the games (depending on weather). Tribe-themed shots and beer specials will be available, too.

Jukebox (1404 W 29th Street Cleveland) will be hosting their 2nd Annual Indians Opening Day Watch Party with food specials all day! Featured beers are Big Chief DIPA, Little Chief Session, Bitter Chief IPA, Great Lakes Rally- Drum Red Ale and Rhingeist- Hustle Red IPA.

Have no fear if you want to join in on the true Tribe experience at The Jake! To view the entire Cleveland Indians schedule and to purchase tickets for future games, go to https://www.mlb.com/indians/schedule/2018-04.

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.