Michael S. Smith Pen and Ink drawings of Buffalo and Rochester, New York - College Art - Aviation Art - Automotive Art - Trains - Nautical - Lighthouses - Firefighting
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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.