The Cleveland Guardians have been a fun team to follow recently.
The team defied preseason expectations in 2022 and captured their first American League Central title under their new name.
They also had some exciting moments in the postseason, such as Oscar Gonzalez’s walk-off home run to eliminate the Tampa Bay Rays.
Things ended with an ALDS loss to the New York Yankees, but that doesn’t mean that the future isn’t bright for the Guardians.
In fact, Progressive Field, the home of the Guardians, is set to undergo some changes in the near future that the team hopes will enhance fans’ experience of watching baseball.
The tweet below includes a video detailing what the Guardians are planning to do.
— Cleveland Guardians (@CleGuardians) January 12, 2023
This is an exciting time to be a fan of the Guardians.
Not only is the team looking solid for the future, but the ballpark is set to become something even bigger.
One interesting thing they’re planning to add is the “Terrace Hub” out in left field.
That will feature some cool sets that are boxed in by glass and a sort of lounging area.
Those sections will reportedly include couches and comfortable chairs.
Below those seats will be an area that includes a bar and a TV viewing experience.
It will even feature an outdoor patio area.
There will also be grab and go concession stands and view box bars.
The concessions will include team gear, while the view box bar will have its own concession stand, with a nice view of the field.
There are so many things to look forward to for Guardians fans, and their beautiful ballpark will become even more exciting.NEXT: Guardians Take A Chance On Intriguing Pitcher