CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians are opening up their professional training facilities to youth this summer for a unique summer camp.
The new "Progressive Field of Dreams Camp" merges the name of the Tribe's home field with the title of the iconic baseball film starring Kevin Costner.
The 3-day camp takes place July 16, 17 and 19. It allows children ages 6-14 to develop their skills at Major League facilities.
Campers will participate in drills on the diamond at Progressive Field, use the team's bullpen and indoor batting cages, and receive a tour of the Visitors' Clubhouse.
The $429 fee also brings other goodies, such as team-marked gear and tickets to Indians Youth Baseball Day on Sept. 21.
The team's two-day, $79 camps also continue this summer around the region.