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Traveler: Baseball Road Trip to Pittsburgh

Inside PNC, the highest chairs are just 88 feet from the field, ensuring that even the cheap seats enjoy a clear view of the game.

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The Hoosierist: Jelly Times

“In most companies, there are guys who make a little and others who make a lot, but at least they don’t have to shower together.”

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How it Works: Victory Field's Lawn

Stevenson or someone on his crew mows the field nearly every day during the season, keeping the Kentucky bluegrass right at 1 inch tall to ensure the ball rolls consistently on dirt and turf.

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Tweets of the Week: June 23-29

 

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Baseball Legend Carl Erskine at Indians Game

A special guest stole the show as the Indianapolis Indians took on the Toledo Mud Hens downtown this afternoon. Brooklyn and L.A. Dodgers legend Carl Erskine, an Anderson native, was on hand. This is a man who pitched two of Major League Baseball’s seven no-hitters in the National League during the 1950s. He also won 20 games in the 1953 season and struck out a then-record 14 hitters in the World Series.

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Rock & Roll BBQ Takes Over Victory Field

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