Progressive Field,Cleveland,OH,US

Ball Park First Game
Date – 4/4/1994 (1)
Starting Pitchers – Indians vs. Mariners: 4/4/1994
Final Score 4-3 (SEA), 11 innings
Attendance – 41,459
Starting Pitchers Dennis Martinez (CLE); Randy Johnson (SEA)
First Batter – Rich Amaral (SEA) Result – Grounded to 2B
First Hits – Eric Anthony (SEA),Homered to RF (3rd)
First Run – Edgar Martinez (SEA)
First RBI – Eric Anthony (SEA)
First Homerun – Eric Anthony (SEA) vs. Dennis Martinez (CLE) on 4/4/1994 (3rd inning)
First Grandslam – Paul Sorrento (CLE) vs. Doug Linton (KCA) on 5/9/1995 (1st inning)
First Inside Park Homerun – David Bell (CLE) vs. Randy Johnson (SEA) on 4/15/1998 (1st inning)
First No Hitter – Ervin Santana (LAA) vs. Indians on 7/27/2011

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David Bell hit the first inside-the-park home run at then-Jacobs Field in the bottom of the first inning against Seattle’s Randy Johnson. Two innings later Johnson threw two pitches at Kenny Lofton’s head and touched off a bench-clearing brawl, after which Johnson, Lofton, and Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. were ejected from the game.; The first no-hitter was thrown 17 years after the park opened, the longest gap among active parks in which a no-hitter has been thrown. Interestingly, Cleveland’s League Park boasts the longest gap—21 years—among inactive parks in which a no-hitter was thrown. Washington’s Griffith Stadium went 20 years before the first no-hitter was thrown and Philadelphia’s Veterans Stadium went 19 years.