Suite holders at Victory Field, home of the Indianapolis Indians (Triple-A, International League), will be treated this season to a major renovation of the private rooms as part of an ongoing $6 million upgrade to the aging ballpark. $2 million was spent to renovate 24 of the 29 suites. Another $2 million is expected to be spent next year to possibly offer new seating options in an area behind home plate near the press box. Read more here.
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PRESS RELEASE – The Indianapolis Indians have named Charlie Henry as the organization’s director of communications, effective January 2, 2017. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Indianapolis Indians General Manager Randy Lewandowski today announced a series of promotions within the Tribe’s front office. Matt Guay and Joel Zawacki have been elevated to assistant general managers, while Tim Hughes and Brad Morris both become senior directors. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – After celebrating 20 seasons at Victory Field in 2016, the Indianapolis Indians will begin the next 20 with an infusion of modern technology. New displays, a state-of-the-art ballpark sound system, and enhanced video production capabilities will all be in place ahead of the 2017 season, Indians General Manager Randy Lewandowski announced on Tuesday. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Indianapolis Indians General Manager Randy Lewandowski has been named the 2016 International League Executive of the Year. His selection was made in a vote by league peers at the International League Fall Meeting in Memphis, Tenn. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Indianapolis Indians have promoted Randy Lewandowski to general manager. An employee of the organization since 1994 – the past eight years as assistant general manager – he assumes the day-to-day responsibilities from Cal Burleson who will remain with the organization as vice president of baseball and administrative affairs. Continue reading
MLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited Victory Field, home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians (International League). Read more and view photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – Baseball America has named the Indianapolis Indians as the Triple-A recipient of the 2013 Bob Freitas Award, which is presented to the organization with the best overall operations at each level of Minor League Baseball. The Indians will accept the award at baseball’s annual Winter Meetings on Monday, Dec. 9 in Orlando, Fla. Continue reading
Once abandoned and rundown, old Bush Stadium, the former home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians (International League), looked destined for the wrecking ball. But a unique plan by Core Redevelopment, LLC to revitalize the ballpark by building and renting Stadium Lofts within the confines of the original structure has proven to be a success. Read more here. View photo here. Visit Core Development here.
Eric and Wendy Pastore from DigitalBallparks.com visit Victory Field, home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians (International League). Read more and view photos here.
The nonprofit People for Urban Progress is selling “as is” and refurbished fold-down seats it salvaged from old Bush Stadium, the former home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians (International League). This is the same group that continues to install restored stadium seats at bus stops (PUPstops) around Indianapolis. Read more and view photo gallery here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Indianapolis Indians have announced that Vice President & General Manger Cal Burleson and Vice President of Corporate Development Bruce Schumacher will bring their 67 years of combined Indians’ staff experience to the Indianapolis Indians Board of Directors. Continue reading
If you are going to get a last look at 80-year-old Bush Stadium, former home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians (International League), you better visit soon. Demolition is expected to begin soon. The stadium will be replaced by an apartment development. Read more here.
Bush Stadium, the former home of the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians, is now expected to be converted into an apartment complex with office space, after literally serving as a junk yard for old cars. Under the plan, the stadium would be leveled, except for the facility’s historic art deco facade. A formal announcement has been scheduled for June 16. Read more and view photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – Indians fans who wish to enjoy lower-level premium seating at Victory Field will soon be able to thanks to a new addition to Victory Field this spring. The Indianapolis Indians announce its partnership with Diageo PLC as it unveils plans for the new Captain Morgan Cove. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Indianapolis Indians today – 125 days prior to the start of the 2011 season – have announced that they will celebrate the city’s 125th season of professional baseball in 2011. As part of the announcement the club has unveiled the logo they will use to commemorate the sesquicentennial. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Indianapolis Indians are pleased to announce that Arni’s Pizza will be available at select concession stands throughout Victory Field starting tonight and continuing through the remainder of the 2010 season. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Indiana Blood Center, the Indianapolis Indians and Pepsi are encouraging blood donation this baseball season. The Triple Play promotion centers on three blood donation dates and underscores the importance of a continued, stable blood supply in Indiana this summer. Continue reading