Cleveland Indians wall art, Progressive Field art print
Named after former owner Richard Jacobs, it is the home of the Cleveland Indians of the American League. Constructed at a cost of $175 million, Jacobs Field hosted its first game on April 4, 1994 against the Seattle Mariners and the Indians won 4-3. The stadium seats 43,345 and, as of 2004, contained the largest freestanding scoreboard in the US. The stadium was renamed "Progressive Field" in 2008. Note that this print will have the name "Jacobs Field" imprinted in the 1/4" margin immediately below the artwork.
- 11x14 Composite Wood Frame with 1" Facing
- 16x20 Composite Wood Frame with 1-1/4" Facing
- Frame Color: Black
- View Matting and Framing Options on the Ordering Options Page
- Recommended Mat Color: Red