Indians Fans Can Now Expect an Expanded TribeFest for 2018

click to enlarge Andrew Miller and Jose Ramirez sign autographs for fans at the 2017 TribeFest - PHOTO VIA CLEVELAND INDIANS/FACEBOOK
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Andrew Miller and Jose Ramirez sign autographs for fans at the 2017 TribeFest

The Indians news we're really looking forward to this winter is that they've re-signed Carlos Santana to a multi-year deal. Unfortunately, they haven't yet reached an agreement with the first basemen. In the meantime, they've announced their annual fan fest, TribeFest, is getting bigger.

Next year's event takes place Jan. 20, and is expanding to the Cleveland Convention Center for the first time, moving from the InterContinental Hotel.  From 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., TribeFest is open exclusively to season ticket holders, with tickets costing $5 and proceeds going to charity. Then the event opens to the general public, running from 1:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Cost for that is $10.

The much roomier TribeFest will include baseball activities, question and answer sessions, and, the best part, Indians' players signing autographs.

For more information on everything TribeFest, head here.

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