The Indianapolis Indians are the professional Triple-A baseball club affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Indians play their home games at Victory Field, a 14,200-seat ballpark located in downtown Indianapolis and White River State Park. The venue opened in 1996 and has been named one of the best minor league ballparks in the United States by several national publications, including Baseball America and Sports Illustrated. Victory Field offers a panoramic view of the downtown skyline and a perfect setting for an afternoon or evening with family and friends. Victory Field offers a panoramic view of the downtown skyline and a perfect setting for an afternoon or evening with family and friends.
When you’re the oldest sports franchise in Indianapolis, it’s inevitable you create lasting and impactful connections in the community. The Indianapolis Indians are committed to working with our partners to improve the lives of youth and families by ensuring they have access to foundational needs, learning and education opportunities, health and financial literacy resources, and programs designed to grow communities and relationships. These values mirror those of Indianapolis Indians Charities, our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that dedicates its efforts toward youth, family education, and neighborhood development. Community programs extend the Tribe’s reach beyond Victory Field and provide opportunities for the club to support nonprofit organizations and causes that matter to our teams, players, and partners.
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The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is a topic barely palatable for most, so people choose to ignore it – assuring themselves that, “it doesn’t happen in our society.”
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