INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Due to the ongoing public health crisis, fans aren’t allowed at professional baseball games and the minor league teams had to cancel their seasons altogether. The phrase “you’re killing me, Smalls!” may have crossed the minds of many the baseball fan this year. But, Victory Field has the next best thing that may cure your baseball blues.
Friday night, fans can get both a theater fix and a baseball fix as Victory Field shows “The Sandlot” on their video board. It’s the first of three baseball classics to be featured as part of their “Flicks at Victory Field” series. The first installment of the series Friday has already sold out.
To social distance, on-field seating will be limited to 100 pods with each pod seating six people. There is additional seating on the Yuengling landing, which has a 40-person capacity, and there is plenty of other seating to choose from in the lower seating bowl.
Tickets are available at the door for $10. Concession stands will be open and gates open at 6 p.m., with the film starting at 7 p.m.
If you can’t make it out this Friday, Victory Field will be playing “Angels In The Outfield” on Sept. 25 and “A League of Their Own” on Oct. 9.