The Indiana Insider Blog

Tag Archives: baseball

Indiana Baseball Heritage Trail, Day 2

Tuesday morning found Ben and me where you’ll always find us at a Hampton Inn — downstairs at the breakfast buffet. No matter where we’re going or what we’re doing, the Hampton Inn breakfast is always one of his favorite Read more >

Adventure Awaits in Fort Wayne

Get ready for a hot summer to visit Fort Wayne!  Sometimes it’s hard to plan where to stay, what to do, and what to eat when you visit.  Fortunately, we’ve done the work for you!  When you visit Fort Wayne, Read more >

Indianapolis Indians Opening Day on April 4, 2013

The Indianapolis Indians start the 2013 season at home on Thursday, April 4 against the Columbus Clippers at 7:00 pm. And while early April is always a risk for fans — no one wants to be hit with a surprise Read more >

Don’t Wait Until July 4 for Fireworks

When I was grocery shopping this week, I noticed a few little boys staring longingly at a display of fireworks (what is it with boys and explosives?). I thought to myself that they’re going to have a long wait until Read more >

Catch Indiana’s Baseball Teams Before Summer Ends

It’s hard to believe that in just a few weeks, the crack of the bat, the smell of hot dogs and the beauty of freshly striped lines on a ballfield will be just a distant memory. But with the arrival Read more >

Sign Up For The Indianapolis Indians

Spring brings us some pretty great stuff after the dreary Indiana winter, not the least of which is another Indianapolis Indians season. Our Indians, located downtown at Victory Field, rival every other Indiana sporting event in value. For just $14 Read more >

April Means Baseball Season in Indiana

On Tuesday night, we’ll know if there are two college basketball National Champions in Indiana (Notre Dame is in the Final Four of the Women’s Tournament and Butler is in the Final Four of the Men’s Tournament) but starting Wednesday, Read more >

Victorious Venue – Victory Field

Indianapolis is known for the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium and the Pacers at Conseco Fieldhouse, but there is another very successful sports organization that sometimes gets overlooked – the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field. Attending a baseball game at Read more >