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Parkview Field's 400 Club & The Summit Featured

The TinCaps' Tuthill 400 Club, a group seating area located 400 feet from home plate, gives fans the opportunity to watch a game from behind the center-field batter's eye. This unique location was made possible via the installation of a 75-foot wall of shaded windows built directly atop the outfield wall. Three years later, the Class A San Diego affiliate unveiled The Summit. Located directly above the Tuthill 400 Club, the Summit is an outdoor group area that provides yet another unforgettable center-field vantage point.

Date: Thursday, October 8, 2020

Attribution: MILB.COM

Walk to End Alzheimer's at Parkview Field

The Fort Wayne Walk to End Alzheimer’s will move forward on Saturday, Oct. 3 at ParkviewField.

Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020

Attribution: KPCNEWS.COM

Last Call: TinCaps Taking Final Orders for Meal Kits

The Fort Wayne TinCaps announced they are accepting final orders for their Meal Kits before the program takes a pause.

Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Attribution: WANE 15

Weddings at Parkview Field

While the Minor League Baseball season was lost, Parkview Field is still managing to stay busy with special events like weddings.

Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Attribution: FORT WAYNE'S NBC

TinCaps' Fans Miss Baseball Experience

For the first time in nearly three decades, there is no professional baseball in Fort Wayne.The city had minor league baseball every year since the Fort Wayne Wizards opened in the Midwest League in 1993. After the team moved downtown and rebranded as the TinCaps more than a decade ago, it became one of the best draws in MiLB.<br>This year, those fans who pack the stadium on warm summer nights – drinking cheap beer on Thirsty Thursdays, buying theme-night jerseys, posing for photos with mascot Johnny TinCap and staying for postgame fireworks shows – have missed the baseball experience.

Date: Sunday, August 30, 2020


TinCaps Donate $10,000 to the Parkview Foundations Through T-Shirt Sales

The Fort Wayne TinCaps are proud to have donated $10,000 to the Parkview Foundations, as a way of expressing support and appreciation for healthcare workers during the fight against COVID-19. The money was raised through the sales of special edition TinCaps “IN This Together” t-shirts.

Date: Thursday, August 6, 2020

Attribution: WANE 15

Roberto Clemente Jr. Speaks at Erin’s House Fundraiser

Grief support organization Erin’s House tapped into a big name in baseball for their Common Bond fundraiser held at Parkview Field. Usually, Common Bond is a morning fundraiser for Erin’s House inside the Memorial Coliseum, but due to the pandemic, they moved the event outdoors at Parkview Field and held it in the evening. The move allowed them to better adjust to pandemic restrictions for large gatherings. Meyer said in a way, the change of venue was perfect because their keynote speaker was former professional baseball player and sports broadcaster Roberto Clemente Jr. Clemente lost his father, Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder Roberto Clemente, to a plane crash when he was seven years old. Clemente said he could have used a place like Erin’s House in the aftermath of his father’s death.

Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020

Attribution: WANE 15

‘Prom in the City’ Moves to Parkview Field

An event to give high school students across the area their own version of prom has been moved to a new location, Parkview Field.

Date: Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Attribution: WANE 15

TinCaps Grounds Crew Keeps Field Looking Sharp as Fort Wayne Keeps Waiting for Pro Baseball

The TinCaps might not play a single game in 2020, but that doesn't mean the grounds crew can sit and wait for baseball to come back.<br>Head groundskeeper Keith Winter and his staff still have to maintain Parkview Field's playing surface, and the groups's not taking things easy, despite the lack of attention on their work this year.

Date: Thursday, June 11, 2020

Attribution: ABC21

Ft. Wayne's Farmers Market at Parkview Field

Ft. Wayne's Farmers Market is staying at Parkview Field on the concourse so vendors and patrons can be spread out and safe. They're offering locally sourced food and products along with some ways to win.

Date: Thursday, May 21, 2020

Attribution: ABC21

TinCaps Offer Fans Meal Kits to Order

The Fort Wayne TinCaps are excited to launch the TinCaps Family Meal Kits package, available for fans to purchase, starting today.

Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Attribution: MILB.COM

Parkview Field Helps as Need for Food Ramps Up

More than 1,250 people drove or walked to a food giveaway Monday outside Parkview Field, more than double the number who showed up there for last week's distribution.

Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020