Victory Field, Indianapolis
HOW I GOT THERE
I arrived in Indianapolis via an Amtrak connector bus, and ubered to Victory Field
WHERE I SAT
Section 114, Row Q, Seat 3
WHAT I ATE
Of course I had my customary hot dog (it was dollar dog night, after all,) but their street tacos were surprisingly delicious as well. I would strongly recommend them if you find yourself at a game at Victory Field.
MEMORABLE GAME MOMENTS
Okay look, the Indians weren’t doing so hot on the day that I visited. You know what was exciting though? Dollar dogs. I’ll happily take that as my consolation prize.
WHAT I LIKED ABOUT THE BALLPARK
The stadium is well laid-out, and features some expansive lawn areas for families to lay out and watch the game from the outfield. The team also occasionally features special deals for the lawn tickets, which is fantastic.
WHAT NEEDS IMPROVEMENT
It fascinated me that the team essentially has a century-long history in the city, but the only explicit nod to this history was on a timeline in the upper level. It would’ve been nice to see that more directly incorporated into the stadium itself.
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