CLEVELAND -- For the first time, Progressive Field will host a playoff game as the Tribe punches a wild card with a win against the Twins.
"I felt like crying," said Charles White, with his October shirt on. "We've been wearing these things since February."
"One game at a time baby, one game at a time. Just keep winning. Like Tito says, just keep winning," said fan Lorian Jenkins.
A crowd of the Indians faithful waited on a rainy runway as the team returned from Minnesota late Sunday.
"Just to see the Tribe and to support them. It's been since 2007 so we wanted to take advantage of the opportunity," said Tom Fast.
"I'm just so happy that they made it this far," said Roy Brinkhoff.
Individual tickets to Wednesday night's American League wild card game have sold out, according to the Indians. But that doesn't mean you can't score a seat.
Merk Tickets has dozens on hand, from the upper view boxes at $100 and up, with club seats listed at $650 a pop.
The Indians will host either the Texas Rangers or the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday at Progressive Field.
First pitch is scheduled for 8:07 p.m.
Scott Merk says now's the time to buy while you still have a chance to get your swag and make plans for midweek. Demand should slow Tuesday, but is likely to pick back up on Game Day.
The Indians Team Shop already stocked its Postseason 2013 gear.
There are a limited number of suites available Wednesday. Anyone interested in purchasing suites for Wednesday's game can call (216) 420-HITS on Monday.
Tickets remain for two potential American League Division Series games at Progressive Field. They can be purchased at Indians.com/Postseason.
Fans can receive priority access to American League Championship Series and World Series tickets by placing a deposit on a 2014 season ticket package.
Vist Indians.com/PlayoffPayoff for information.