Warriors News · Fairview Baseball Heads to Progressive Field Friday 4/16

The third time is (hopefully) the charm for Warrior Baseball, as they will head to Downtown Cleveland on Friday April 16th to take on Chardon in the 2021 Cleveland Indians Charities Hardball Classic.

Fairview will be the second game of the day, with 1st pitch at 3pm on Friday. The whole the schedule for the day is as follows

Game 1 @ 12pm – Avon Lake vs. Kenston 

Game 2 @ 3pm – Fairview Park vs. Chardon 

Game 3 @ 5:30pm – Bay vs. Benedictine 

Game 4 @ 8pm – St. Edwards vs. Chagrin Falls

Tickets for this event are $7 and are available in the Athletic Office throughout the week. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the gate and must be purchased in advance. They can be purchased with cash or a check made out to Fairview Park City Schools. Tickets are good for all four games of the day.

The Rain Date (if necessary) for this event is May 14th. The same tickets purchased for the 4/16 date would be valid for the 5/14 date, if it becomes necessary.



More on the CIC Hardball Classic





Eight local teams to take part in 16th annual event

benefiting Cleveland Indians Charities


CLEVELAND, OH — The 16th annual Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) High School Hardball Classic, presented by Nike, featuring eight area high school baseball teams, will be played at Progressive Field on Friday, April 16. This year’s participating teams include Avon Lake, Kenston, Fairview Park, Chardon, Bay Village, Benedictine, St. Edwards and Chagrin Falls.

This year’s schedule:

  • 12:30 p.m. Avon Lake vs. Kenston
  • 3:00 p.m. Fairview Park vs. Chardon
  • 5:30 p.m. Bay Village vs. Benedictine
  • 8:00 p.m. St. Edward vs. Chagrin Falls

Tickets for the 2021 Hardball Classic are being sold by each participating high school and benefits Cleveland Indians Charities. Tickets will not be available for purchase at Progressive Field on April 16.

Established in 1989, Cleveland Indians Charities is a self-sustaining charitable organization built on community values. CIC focuses on developing creative and meaningful partnerships with select organizations in the community. Through fundraising, CIC provides the opportunity to jointly prepare youth for success, improve the quality of youth baseball and softball, and create a sustainable plan for youth baseball and softball. Various CIC programs help young people learn to play the game of baseball, develop necessary life skills and develop confidence to face today’s hurdles.

Through the years, CIC has raised money at a variety of fundraising events and is aided by the generosity of donors including Cleveland Indians players, coaches, fans, front office personnel and corporate partners. Since 1989, CIC has donated more than $10 million to youth-oriented agencies and organizations of Northeast Ohio.

Media wishing to cover this year’s event should contact Austin Controulis at ancontroulis@indians.com.