Fans get creative on $2 beer night at Progressive Field

null Baseball null Cheap beer nights are not always a good idea at the baseball stadium. Witness the infamous Ten Cent Beer Night at old Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1974, when the Indians forfeited a game to the Rangers after drunken fans, some carrying knives and chains, rioted.But most of the time, fans on these special promotion nights know how to drink responsibly and have a good time. Such was the case at Cleveland's Progressive Field Friday night, when some fans in the outfield bleachers got really creative on $2 beer night. MORE: Former player wins year's supply of beer in JapanI have never been prouder to be a Cleveland fan than I am after seeing this. #OnlyHere @Indians pic.twitter.com/T6RqvHzO68— McNeil (@Reflog_18) May 28, 201

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6Before you waste time counting, the "Beeramid" featured 112 cans. Stadium staff let the stunt go on only so long, though, before ordering the pyramid to be taken down. We're happy to report that fans did not riot. Welp. We had to take it down. 😭 pic.twitter.com/yHXHIN21AL— Betsy (@HeavensToBetsy_) May 28, 2016Now that's progress.

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