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Indianapolis Indians baseball returns to MyINDY-TV 23 for 2020

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — DuJuan McCoy; owner, president, and CEO of Circle City Broadcasting (MyINDY-TV 23) and Randy Lewandowski, president and general manager of the Indianapolis Indians announced a multi-year partnership today making MyINDY-TV 23 the local broadcast home of the Indianapolis Indians. The partnership kicks off with a 35-game slate for the 2020 season.

“We’re looking forward to a successful partnership with the Indianapolis Indians and providing our viewers a great front row seat to minor league baseball,” said DuJuan McCoy, owner, president, and CEO of Circle City Broadcasting. “This further expands our sports line-up on MyINDY-TV 23, and our commitment as Indiana’s local sports station.”

“The Indianapolis Indians are excited to bring Indians baseball to WISH-TV and MyINDY-TV 23 the next two seasons,” said Indians President and General Manager Randy Lewandowski. “We are delighted to showcase the Victory Field experience to more households than ever before in Central Indiana and look forward to being a key part of the WISH-TV/MyINDY-TV 23 local sports lineup.”

MyINDY-TV 23 is also the local broadcast home to Indy Eleven and a robust schedule of IHSAA high school sports contests. MyINDY-TV 23 and sister station WISH-TV are locally owned and operated by Circle City Broadcasting.

Founded in 1902, the Indianapolis Indians are the second-oldest minor league franchise in American professional baseball. The team plays in the International League and is a Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. With 12 minor league championships and a ballpark recognized as one of the best in the country, the Indians wrapped their 2019 season with the fourth-largest attendance in Minor League Baseball.


4 children taken to hospital after car crashes into Pennsylvania day care center

 (CNN) — Four children were injured after a woman crashed her car through the window of a day care center classroom, according to Pennsylvania authorities.

The black BMW traveled all the way through one classroom of the Children of America Educational Childcare center before stopping at a back wall, the Bucks County Attorney’s Office said in a statement.

Four children were taken to the hospital, one of whom suffered serious injuries, the statement said.

“The driver of the vehicle sustained minor injuries, was treated and remains hospitalized,” it said.

The crash is under investigation, according to James O’Malley, the spokesperson for the district attorney’s office. He told CNN the woman was working as a delivery driver.

At the time of the crash — about 1:30 p.m. — there were about 17 children inside that room and about 79 total in the building .

All of the children have been accounted for and reunited with their families, the statement said.