A strong regular season and a playoff run pushed attendance at Indianapolis Indians home games to its best mark in four years and fourth best at Victory Field since 2000.
Indianapolis Indians officials think total attendance this season could reach 600,000, a number that’s proven difficult for the team to reach in recent years.
Danny O’Malia, longtime leader of his family’s Indianapolis-based grocery store business, now offers his customer-service-driven advice through his own consulting firm.
The value of sports brands fluctuates as violently as stock prices during economic upheaval. In Indiana, the IU and Butler basketball brands have risen while the Colts' has taken a hit and the Pacers fight for their place in the sun.
The minor-league Indianapolis Indians overcame a bevy of obstacles last season to continue a run of major-league profits.
Longtime Indianapolis developer launches spirited attempt to save baseball palace.
While Pacers, Indians and Indianapolis Motor Speedway are celebrating, Lucas Oil Raceway is facing a big financial hit with loss of NASCAR Nationwide race.
Like most young boys in the 1950s, baseball was my first sports love.
During the worst economic swoon the nation has seen in a generation, the Indianapolis Indians have doubled its sponsorhsip revenue.
The baseball franchise dumped Ticketmaster for another sales management firm that charges buyers lower fees.
The Indianapolis Indians have torn out about 400 seats in Victory Field’s left flank to make way for Captain Morgan Cove—an open-air restaurant and bar that will feature a menu separate from other stadium offerings and table service for up to 120 fans.
The minor-league professional baseball team continues to pull in fans and sponsors as Hoosiers seek affordable family entertainment.