Indianapolis Indians finish season with most wins in Minor League, second-best home attendance
14,500 fans packed Victory Field July 4
Last Updated: 245 days ago
The Indianapolis Indians finished the 2012 season with two outstanding accomplishments.
The Indianapolis posted the most wins in the entire Minor League and also finished with their second best home attendance since 2001, officials said.
Overall, the Tribe hosted 595,043 fans, an average of 8,500 people per game, during the 2012 regular season at Victory Field.
The Indians regular season attendance ranked as the third highest in the International League, their highest regular season finish since their Championship season of 2000.
Victory Field saw 16 crowds of at least 11,000 fans in 2012 with their largest crowd coming on July 4, when 14,504 fans saw the Indians defeat division rival, the Louisville Bats, 6-1. The Indians also began the home schedule in record-breaking fashion as on April 13 an attendance of 14,073 set the mark as the largest season opening night crowd in Victory Field history.
Also this season, Victory Field welcomed more than twice as many fans as any other team in the first round of the International League playoffs.
The Indians' home games air live over-the-air on HTSN channel 6.2 and on Comcast and Brighthouse .
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