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Indy Indians Photo Gallery June 8, 2010

Indianapolis Indians-vs-Pawtucket Red Sox Walk Off Win Tuesday Night at Victory Field.   For complete coverage of the Indianapolis Indians Tuesday night victory, read the article here. The Indianapolis Indians pitcher Charlie Morton got his first Triple-A start of the 2010 season. Prior to landing in Indianapolis, Morton had made 10 starts with the Pittsburgh […]

Tribe Wins on a Walk-Off Triple in Bottom of 11th

In the span of two hours, Indianapolis Indians right fielder Kevin Melillo went from goat to golden boy as he scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the eleventh inning last night at Victory Field for a 6-5 win. Indianapolis has now won four out of five games on their current home stand, including […]

Indians Make a Statement, Win 5-3

The Indianapolis Indians had two choices Monday night at Victory Field. They could lose the final installment of their four-game set with the division-leading Columbus Clippers–which would have given the Tribe a 2-2 split for the series–and continue to meddle in mediocrity. Or they could tell the visiting Clippers-“don’t turn around because we’re coming, and we’re […]

Pino’s Midday Mastery Continues, Indians Lose 5-1

The Indianapolis Indians had taken the first two games of their four-game series against the visiting Columbus Clippers at Victory Field this weekend. Sunday’s contest in downtown Indianapolis gave the Tribe a chance to further cut into the Clippers divisional lead, the only problem, the Indians had to try and solve the daytime brilliance of […]

Indy Indians June 6, 2010 Photo Gallery

Indianapolis Indians-vs-Columbus Clippers June, 6, 2010, 2:00 P.M. Start at Victory Field The Indianapolis Indians have one of the best grounds crew in the International League. They spend countless hours keeping Victory Field as the premiere Minor League stadium in the country. Victory Field and the downtown Indianapolis skyline. A beautiful day for a ball […]

Big Day at the Dish for Jones, Indians Win 7-2

It was all but over early at Victory Field last night in downtown Indianapolis as the Tribe jumped out to a big lead and let their pitching staff do the rest. The Indianapolis Indians took it to the Columbus Clippers all day and walked away with an important 7-2 win. The difference maker for Indy […]

Installation Nation Photo Gallery

Primary Colours presented the second addition of Installation Nation this past weekend in downtown Indianapolis. For complete coverage on Installation Nation, presented by Primary Colours, check out this article. Come take a look inside. Mark Rumsey’s Box of Clouds in the daytime. Mark hails from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mark Rumsey’s Box of Clouds in the […]

Indians June 4, 2010 Photo Gallery

Indianapolis Indians-vs-Columbus Clippers from June 4, 2010 at Victory Field in Downtown Indianapolis. A crush of fans cross Maryland Street to get in to Victory Field for Friday night’s contest against the Columbus Clippers in downtown Indianapolis. The two teams will play a four-game series which will go a long in  determining the top of […]

Cause for Celebration Before, During and After Indians 5-0 Victory

If I were an artist and someone asked me to paint a perfect day for baseball, I would have tried to recreate yesterday’s Indianapolis Indians game at Victory Field on my canvas. The sky was blue, the clouds like cotton and the crowd was rowdy, setting the stage for a great day of Indy Indians […]

Installation Nation Presented by Primary Colours Today in Downtown Indy

It is often said, if you give someone an 8X8X20-foot shipping container they will give you their world. Actually, I doubt anyone has ever said that before. But thanks to the 2nd offering of Installation Nation, presented by Primary Colours, such an utterance might just become part of the Indianapolis art world’s lexicon. While thought-provoking […]

Second Annual Caroline Symmes Memorial Celebrity Softball Challenge

It was both an exciting and emotional evening at Victory Field in downtown Indianapolis Thursday night as some of our city’s biggest stars took part in the Second Annual Caroline Symmes Memorial Celebrity Softball Challenge. The event was sponsored by The Tony Stewart Foundation and benefited the Indiana Children’s Wish Fund, which is an organization that […]

Indians Rally Late, Can’t Complete Comeback

Wednesday morning’s 11:00 a.m. start for the Indianapolis Indians marked the final of three “Baseball in Education” days at Victory Field this year. The more than 10,000 IPS students on hand learned how to apply their math and science skills in answering baseball related questions throughout the game. They also learned that you can’t allow […]

Donnie Veal Deelin It, Indians Feelin It, Win 3-0

The Indianapolis Indians returned to the friendly confines of Victory Field last night after a disappointing road trip to Toledo in which the lost three out of four games to their divisional rivals. Things didn’t look much better as the Tribe returned to Indianapolis to face the Scranton/Wilkes Barre Yankees who were the hottest team […]

ISB Performs Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

It has come time for some of the most talented children in Indianapolis to show the Circle City what they’ve got. The action takes place this weekend at the Scottish Rite Cathedral in downtown Indianapolis as the Indianapolis School of Ballet presents a one-act ballet of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. ISB’s students and […]

Lincoln is Lights Out as Indians Rip Rochester 5-2

The best way to get over the last one is to move on to the next one. And that is exactly what the Indianapolis Indians did Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field as they beat the Rochester Red Wings 5-2 . After a disappointing extra-innings loss on Tuesday night where Indianapolis squandered several scoring opportunities which in […]

Indians Lose in Extras

The Indianapolis Indians Tuesday night game against the Rochester Red Wings was a classic case of coulda, woulda, shoulda. The Tribe could have won on several different occasions and would have won if not for some risky base running and I should be writing about their latest W at Victory Field, but this is why […]

Fringe’s Diva Fest in Review, Part II: Madwomen’s Late Nite Cabaret & Dash Thirty Dash

For your reading pleasure, I present Part II of Fun City Finder’s review of the first annual Diva Fest. Below are the reviews for Madwomen’s Late Nite Cabaret and Dash Thirty Dash. For those not in the know, Diva Fest is the latest invention of indyFringe Theatre Festival’s organizers. It featured five plays, all written by […]

Indians Rip Rochester 7-2 at The Vic

The Indianapolis Indians have now won 12 of their last 16 games after a 7-2 come-from-behind win last night against the Rochester Red Wings at Victory Field. The Tribe over came an early 2-0 deficit, while avoiding any major precipitation from the ominous clouds that covered downtown Indianapolis the entire evening. The Red Wings have […]

Indians Celebrate Mother’s Day with 5-4 Victory over Bisons

There was still a slight chill in the air as Indianapolis Indians pitcher Jeremy Powell threw the first pitch to the visiting Buffalo Bisons at Victory Field yesterday afternoon. But the sun was shining bright and the smell of sunscreen filled the outfield lawn as the more than 6500 Circle City residents in attendance celebrated […]

Carlin Out at Home, Indians Lose 4-3

For the second straight day, the Indianapolis Indians spotted the visiting Buffalo Bisons a 4-0 lead. However, unlike the come-from-behind win from Friday night, things just weren’t meant to be, and the Tribe lost a tough one 4-3. On a night that felt more like fall football than springtime baseball, winter coats, wool hats and thick […]