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2021 Season & Ticket Updates

Indians Fans,

The news we have all patiently waited for during our extended offseason is finally here – Indianapolis Indians baseball will be back at Victory Field in 2021! The 120-game season features 60 home games – the first coming on Tuesday, May 11 – in what will end a 619-day layoff since the Indians last played at The Vic on Aug. 31, 2019.

Since Indianapolis last took the field, the landscape of the minor leagues has changed drastically. The Indians are now part of the 20-team Triple-A East and will face eight of those clubs in 2021, including the top affiliates of the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals.

The 2021 schedule was constructed with COVID-19 precautions in mind and does not foreshadow potential scheduling plans for seasons to come. Intradivisional and regional games were the focus to assist with travel for all 20 teams along with homestands and road trips limited to facing only one opponent as well. With those factors in mind, the Indians will not play any of the six teams in the Triple-A Northeast Division (Buffalo, Lehigh Valley, Rochester, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Syracuse, Worcester) and five of the seven teams in the Southeast Division (Charlotte, Durham, Gwinnett, Jacksonville, Norfolk).

As we continue navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety of our fans, partners, players and staff remains top priority. We will provide more information on single-game tickets, promotions, Victory Field safety guidelines and capacity restrictions in the coming weeks.

Thank you for your continued support, motivation and perseverance to help us get to where we are today. Opening Day at Victory Field, and every home game for that matter, will be special. We can’t wait to create ballpark memories with you during Victory Field’s 25th anniversary season.

Frequently Asked Questions

Indianapolis’ 2021 season begins on the road, Tuesday, May 4 at Iowa. The Indians’ first home game is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11 against Toledo, the Triple-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. First pitch is set for 7:05 PM.

View the printable schedule here.

Season ticket packages are currently on sale and are the best way to receive priority seating. Reservations for premium areas such as suites and picnics will begin on March 1. Group tickets and single-game tickets will be put on sale at a later date. View more information about ticket options here.

We are working closely with the Marion County Public Health Department to put together socially distanced seating and anticipate beginning our season at a limited capacity.

Your ticket credit from 2020 can be applied toward a 2021 ticket purchase when single-game game tickets go on sale. If you have questions about your season ticket package, premium group deposit, or Knot Hole Kids Club membership, please contact the Victory Field Box Office at (317) 269-3545 or your ticket account representative.

If you received a credit for a Knot Hole Kids Club membership in 2020, your credit has already been rolled over into a 2021 membership.

The 2021 schedule was constructed with COVID-19 precautions in mind and does not foreshadow potential scheduling plans for seasons to come. Intradivisional and regional games were the focus to assist with travel for all 20 teams along with homestands and road trips limited to facing only one opponent as well. With those factors in mind, the Indians will not play any of the six teams in the Triple-A East Northeast Division (Buffalo, Lehigh Valley, Rochester, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Syracuse, Worcester) and five of the seven teams in the Southeast Division (Charlotte, Durham, Gwinnett, Jacksonville, Norfolk).

As the schedule is currently constructed, the Indians are set to play 60 home games in 2021. The 10 games from April have not been rescheduled, but the May 1-2 games were reinserted into the schedule as home games against Omaha on July 13-14. All dates, opponents and times are subject to change.

Game day and daily promotions will be released at a later date.

Victory Field and the Hot Corner Gift Shop are open, with social distancing guidelines set forth by state and local public health authorities still in effect. You can also shop the Hot Corner Gift Shop online 24/7 at IndyIndians.com/Shop.

Victory Field has always provided a safe, clean and healthy environment for fans during all games and events. We will be taking all precautions and implementing enhanced safety protocols as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health authorities. We continue to make the health of fans our top priority and will ensure that every possible measure will be taken to ensure the future health of guests at Victory Field.

Please visit our Gameday at The Vic webpage for information on safety protocols.

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If your questions or concerns were not answered on this page, be sure to reach out to us by calling (317) 269-3545 or emailing [email protected].