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Indians vs. Boston Red Sox 

When: Mon., April 4 2016
Indians vets Kenny Lofton, Bill Selby (Selby!) and Travis Hafner will be part of pre-game events today at Opening Day as the Indians take on the Boston Red Sox at 4:10 p.m. at Progressive Field. It all ties into the Tribe's new "Only Here" campaign, which reminds fans it's way better to enjoy big moments in the ballpark with the company of friends. Patrick Carney, drummer for The Black Keys and an Akron native, will throw out the first pitch and William Clarence Marshall will sing the national anthem. The team will also celebrate all branches of the U.S. military. Of course, it's way too late to get a ticket to the game. Tickets to this year's season opener sold out in 40 minutes. But downtown will be one big party and you can join the fun even without going into the park. (Bliss Davis)

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