Indianapolis Indians Baseball

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501 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, IN, USA - (317) 269-3545

Indianapolis Indians Baseball Reviews

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Baseball up close! Jul 24, 2008
The Indianapolis Indians are the Triple A team of the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the recent past the Indians have represented the Milwaukee Brewers, the Cincinnati Reds, and the Montreal Expos.

Their ballpark is named Victory Field and it opened in 1996. It has often been noted as one of the best Minor League parks in existance, as noted by Sports Illustrated Magazine and Bob Costas.

Victory Field can hold 14,500 fans but it usually only brings in about 8,000-10,000 per game.

The concessions are not exciting and they are expensive as in most ballparks. A hotdog is $3.50, a soda is $3, and a beer costs $6.

Their are two ticket prices, $9 for good seats and $13 for even better seats. Children 14 and under are $1 less.

Parking is close by and can be found for as little as $5.

We saw the Indians play the Charlotte Knights at this game and the Indians won big. My favorite part of a game here is the views of the Indianapolis skyline.

My Daughter loves Rowdie, the Indians Mascot.

Some of the notable people to have played for the Indians are Ken Griffey Sr, George Foster, Larry Walker, Randy Johnson, Andres Galarraga, Corey Hart, and Roger Maris.

If you visit Indianapolis, check out an Indians game!
Victory Field
My Brother and his wife at Victory…
X_Drive says:
Visalia has a double A team. Talk about a different feel. :D
Posted on: Sep 25, 2009
bkretzer says:
I always enjoyed the Denver Bears/Zephyrs before we got the Rockies! The AAA games have a feel all their own. Much more intimate
Posted on: Sep 10, 2009
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