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Pinch Hitter Program

Each year the Pinch Hitter program provides charitable organizations the opportunity to receive tickets through the generous donation of individuals and corporations. Charitable organizations wishing to receive donated group tickets through the Indians Pinch Hitter program are asked to follow these instructions:

Pinch Hitter Program Ticket Request Instructions:

1. All donation requests must include a completed Ticket Request form, accessible through the Ticket Request button to the right.

2. If you are part of a non-profit group, include your 501c(3)'s mission statement on company letterhead along with the requests form.

3. Submit your form to the Indianapolis Indians Community Relations Department through one of the following ways:

  • Email:

  • Mail: Indianapolis Indians
    Attn: Pinch Hitter Program
    501 West Maryland Street
    Indianapolis, IN 46225
  • Fax: (317) 269-3541

Mike Schneider Golf Outing

The Mike Schneider Memorial Golf Outing is held at Broadmoor Country Club. The Donald Ross-designed golf course encompasses 200 rolling acres and is conveniently located 10 minutes north of downtown Indianapolis. Broadmoor Country Club has proudly hosted some of the sport's iconic names, including Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Raymond Floyd and Lee Trevino. Check-in: 9AM. 10 AM shotgun start. 

Participation in the outing includes lunch and a silent auction. All proceeds from the event benefit the American Red Cross, Little Red Door, Special Olympics, Teachers' Treasures and Art with a Heart. To sign up or learn more about this year's event, click the 'REGISTRATION INFO' button above.

Since 2005, the Indianapolis Indians have honored the late Mike Schneider with a golf outing in his name. Schneider was a front office employee for 17 seasons, managing the Indians ticket operations the final nine seasons at Bush Stadium and the club's first eight seasons at Victory Field. He passed away suddenly in August 2004. He was only 42 years old.

Monday, October 1
2018 Golf Outing