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Indians to upgrade elevators, put in new sod at ballpark

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CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Indians are planning another round of upgrades at Progressive Field that include fixing up the elevators and putting in new sod on the field.

Other changes coming for next season will include the refurbishment of 26 suites and an overhaul of safety and security systems.

The 22-year-old ballpark has undergone extensive renovations during the past three years.

The club has added a new concourse behind home plate, new club areas and a larger scoreboard.

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