Cleveland Guardians announce 2022 schedule; home opener on March 31. CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The Cleveland Guardians announced their 2022 schedule Wednesday, revealing the first date the team will play under their new name. The season kicks off Thursday, March 31, with a game against Kansas City at Progressive Field.
When is Cleveland’s home opener? Progressive Field will see action for the first time this season on Monday, April 5. First pitch is at 4:10 p.m. The Tribe is back from a road series with the Detroit Tigers and will host fans for the first time in over a year.
The Cleveland Indians are back at Progressive Field as the 2021 home opener takes place Monday afternoon against the Kansas City Royals. Coverage begins at 2 p.m. on WKYC Channel 3 with first pitch slated for 4:10 p.m.
Hulu + Live TV is one of the best ways to watch Indians live. Not only does the service have FOX available, you’ll also gain access to SportsTime Ohio, which is where you can watch the Indians live stream.
Subscribers to Spectrum and DirecTV can watch the Indians live. Subscribers to AT&T TV (Choice plan) can stream Indians games. The Bally Sports App, replacing Fox Sports Go, is available as well after launching in late April.
CLEVELAND — On the same day that the coronavirus-related health orders in Ohio will expire, the Cleveland Indians will allow a full capacity of fans at Progressive Field. On Tuesday, the Indians announced that beginning on June 2, it will once again be permitting their full capacity of 35,041 fans at Progressive Field.
On average, a professional baseball game will last 9 innings and 3 hours. For youth baseball leagues, an average baseball game will last 7 innings and 2 hours. These numbers can also vary from one baseball league to another.
The Indians announced their television broadcast slate today for the upcoming 2020 season, with 57 of the 60 games televised on SportsTime Ohio. Fox will carry the games not on STO (July 30 @ MIN, Aug. 29 @ STL and Sept. 12 @ MIN) while FS1 will simulcast a game on August 11 against Chicago-NL.
If you’re not at home to catch FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio’s coverage on TV, watch on the GO! FOX Sports GO is available to customers of participating pay-TV providers on iOS, Android, Fire tablets and Fire phones, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, select Windows devices, and online at FOXSportsGO.com.
Yes. If you are a customer of a participating pay-TV provider and receive SportsTime Ohio as a part of your channel line-up, you will be able to stream SportsTime Ohio’s telecasts on FOX Sports GO.
Bally Sports Ohio and Bally Sports Great Lakes, the television home of Cleveland’s NBA and MLB teams, have not been available on Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV or Sling for months due to disputes over carriage fees with the networks’ owner, Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Hulu, which at $55 a month is one of the cheaper cable alternatives, is the second streaming service in a month to drop the regional sports networks after YouTube TV and Sinclair couldn’t make it happen.