Indians introduce two new ticket options as renovations remain mostly on schedule

A view of Progressive Field from October 2014 while under renovation. 

Joe Reedy

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — With Progressive Field renovations mostly on schedule, the Indians have introduced two new ticket options for games that coincide with the new Right Field District.

The first is the District Ticket, which is presented by SportsTime Ohio. For $13 fans will get a standing-room only ticket with their first drink included — a 12 oz. domestic beer for those 21 and over, a Pepsi product or bottled water.

The other is the KeyBank Kids Ticket, which is $10 for kids 12 and under with the purchase of an adult ticket. Those seats are located in the Family Deck (which was the Mezzanine section) and adjacent to the expanded Kids Clubhouse. There is a maximum of two kids ticket per adult ticket.

Both ticket offers are limited in quantity and must be purchased online. They will not be available for the April 10 home opener.

Single-game tickets will go on sale on Tuesday for those who registered for the Indians Online Onsale. Fans can still sign up for that untilFriday at Indians.com.

Indians president Mark Shapiro arrived at spring training on Thursday told reporters that most of the renovations remain on schedule despite the frigid February in Northeast Ohio.

Shapiro said the two areas that have been affected the most are the new Gate C entry gate and the standing-room areas in the upper deck.

"We’ve got people working out there every single day and the majority of the project is going to get done regardless of what happens weather wise," he said. "If we get a break (in the weather) we will get it all done."