The American League champion Cleveland Indians share tips for fans to #RallyTogether for World Series Game 6, which will be held at Progressive Field today. The 112th Fall Classic between the Indians and the National League Champion Chicago Cubs will be aired live beginning at 7:30PM ET on FOX.
Fans are encouraged to #RockRed to all World Series games at Progressive Field, and will receive a #RallyTogether towel upon entry to World Series home games.
Due to the large crowds expected both at Progressive Field and in downtown Cleveland due to the Cavaliers game, the Indians recommend fans arrive as early as possible. The club also highly recommends taking Greater Cleveland RTA Rapid to avoid traffic issues and potentially costly parking charges. Please check with RTA for complete schedules and to make your transportation plans. All Rapid lines will run an hour after final pitch, even if games go to extra innings. Additionally, the RTA walkway to Tower City will open at 2PM.
Gates for tonight's game will open at 5:30PM. Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 7:30PM to enjoy all pregame festivities.
Ceremonial First Pitch:
- Former Indians pitcher Dennis Martinez will throw the ceremonial first pitch. Martinez pitched for the Indians from 1994-1996, including two starts in the 1995 World Series.
- Grammy-nominated country singer Hunter Hayes
"God Bless America":
- U.S. Army Private First Class Briahna Marie Shaniuk, a Brunswick native
Ceremonial First Ball Delivery:
- Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Youth of the Year Rosetta Shepard will deliver the ceremonial first ball of Game 6 to the mound with former Indians pitcher Len Barker.
The Indians will have a number of other festivities for fans prior to Tuesday's game.
Game 6, Tuesday, November 1:
- Color guard from the United States Navy will present the colors
- "Faction" to perform on Gateway Plaza 5:30-7:30PM, Destination Cleveland's "This is CLE" letters also will be on the plaza for photo opportunities
- Tent to be set up on east side of Gateway Plaza for commemorative program sales
- SportsTime Ohio stage to be set up between King and Queen sculptures on Gateway Plaza