|A Fan's Guide to Goodyear Ballpark|
|The Fan Experience|
Some minor notes:
- Of immediate interest is attending workouts for the Indians. The team's training facility is located south of the ballpark. Fans will have partial access to two training fields on the north side of the facility. The main practice field is set up with the same dimension as Progressive Field. There are small sets of bleachers overlooking each field, but access to players are limited: a fence is set up roughly next to first base, so you'll be limited to viewing the action from the left- and right-field corners of the practice fields. Players will need to go out of their way to interact with fans during practices.
- Clubhouses for both teams are beyond the right-field wall, so players will be entering the ballpark from there. We’re guessing the best spots for snaring a signature will be in the seats down the right-field line. In an unusual design move, Goodyear placed handicapped seating in the corner seating jutting out toward home plate.
- The Indians’ dugout will be down the first base line, while the Reds’ is on the first-base side.