Indians slash concession prices to increase fans turnout



In their latest attempt to draw fans to the ballpark, the Indians are promoting reductions in concession prices: $4 beers, $3 hot dogs and $2 soda refills, according to CBS Sports. The team will also have 15 $1 hot dog nights throughout the season. Last season, beer was $5.50, and the average across MLB stadiums was $6.17.

The Indians were 24-53 during the second half of last season and have since made a number of moves to improve the team — they signed Nick Swisher, Mark Reynolds and Michael Bourn and traded for Trevor Bauer. So far so good: Opening day against the Blue Jays sold out in just six minutes.


Nothing beats cheap beer and dogs!