Indianapolis, IN

Victory Field

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Directions: I-70 to West Street exit, north on West Street to ballpark, I-65 to Martin Luther King and West Street exit, south on West Street to ballpark.

General Area in State: Central Indiana

Host Hotel: Courtyard by Marriot, 501 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46225

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Date visited: Summer 1998

Ease of getting to; getting in and out of: Poor, parking was difficult

Radio Announcer: Don't remember

Website: Pretty good

Customer Service: Excellent

Personal Notes: A wonderful place to see a ballgame. A wide, open concourse so pedestrian flow was fluent. There was a wide variety of food concession stands. They had real soft ice cream cones (none of that yogurt stuff). The bullpens were on the field and you could get seats right there behind them. It was great. Hadn't experienced that in a ballpark before. I sat often on the third base side, first row, right behind the bull pen. Loved to watch Joey Eischen warm up. Those seats were a little beyond the third base line but I could still see the home plate and umpire to keep score.

Definitely make the opportunity to take in this ballpark.

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