1. PNC Plaza
PNC Plaza in center field is home to a variety of different entertainment options throughout the game. Stop by and play Speed Pitch, Spin Wheel, and Rowdie’s Water Gun Fun for your chance to win some cool prizes.
Arrive early and get an autograph from your favorite Indians player before the game. Fans can get autographs on the outfield side of the dugouts from the time the gates open up until 30 minutes before game time giving you plenty of time to snag a signature.
3. Victory Field Tours
If you’re attending a Tuesday or Thursday game at Victory Field, then schedule a tour of the facility. The tour shows you all around the park including the visiting clubhouse, premium seating areas, indoor batting cages, and more. No trip to Victory Field is complete without taking a tour so schedule yours today.
Don’t miss the Indian’s mascot Rowdie during your visit to Victory Field. Rowdie gets into all kinds of antics throughout the game and is beloved by fans young and old making him a must-see for any fan.
5. Knot Hole Kids Club
Sign your kids up for the Knot Hole Kids Club. The Knot Hole Kids Club provides children with a ticket to all home games, a t-shirt, and the ability to run the bases after every Sunday home game. There is no better way to indoctrinate your kids into Indians fan hood so sign them up today.
6. Victory Field Marquee
On your way into the park take a look at the Victory Field marquee as you enter the park. The marque is one of the signature exterior features of Victory Field making it a can’t miss for any fan taking in a game in Indianapolis.
7. Picnic Area
Stop by the picnic area to enjoy a meal with your friends and family while visiting the ballpark. The picnic area is an excellent place to take in a ball game, so arrive early and claim your spot.
8. Hot Corner Gift Shop
Pick up a souvenir from the Hot Corner Gift Shop to remember your trip to Victory Field. The Hot Corner Gift Shop is located near the Third Base Gate and is home to a wide assortment of Indians merchandise including jerseys, caps, t-shirts, and much more.
9. Victory Field Sign and Player Posters
Get a picture of the Victory Field sign above the ticket windows before entering the game. The ticket windows also feature posters of Indians players as well, so make sure to check out both the sign and player posters.
10. Indianapolis Indians-Louisville Bats Rivalry
You won’t want to miss it when the Indians take on the Louisville Bats. Not only are the Indians and Bats divisional rivals their parent clubs are also divisional rivals. An Indian-Bats game showcases many of the future stars of the Pirates-Reds rivalry, so don’t miss it when Louisville comes to town.