2019 News & Events

  • Wednesday, May 8, 2019 | Drew Bogs
    Patriotic Pops returns to Parkview Field
    A July 4th tradition returns to the Summit City. The Fort Wayne Philharmonic presents the sixth annual Patriotic Pops concert.
  • Wednesday, May 1, 2019 | Glenn Marini
    Mack, Sheard coming to Parkview Field on May 16
    The Colts will be swinging by Parkview Field in a little over two weeks for their annual "Colts At Bat" event with running back Marlon Mack and defensive end Jabaal Sheard making their way to the Summit City.
  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 103.9 Sunny FM
    Johnny TinCap set to visit Byron Health Center
    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Like he has done for several years, Johnny TinCap will visit Byron Health Center to welcome in both springtime and the latest baseball season. Johnny will spend time with both residents and staff starting at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 25h. Johnny takes time to visit with residents individually and usually poses for photographs and even signs autographs as he fires up the Fort Wayne TinCaps fans at Byron Health Center.
  • Sunday, February 17, 2019 | The Journal Gazette
    Lessons from Parkview Field's Decade of Success
    Parkview Field has helped build community pride that has led to such efforts as The Landing, Electric Works and Riverfront Fort Wayne. And it offers a lesson we sometimes are tempted to forget: Courage and determination can make a difference.
  • Saturday, February 9, 2019 | WANE
    Pajama Drive and Brunch at Parkview Field
    The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program of N.E. Indiana (LTC Ombudsman Program) hosted its 3rd Annual Ombudsman Pajama Drive & Brunch at Parkview Field February 9.
  • Monday, January 28, 2019 | MiLB.com
    TinCaps Team with Ball State University Class

    Minor League Baseball is all about development. That applies not only to the players on the field, but on the front office side as well.

    With that mission in mind, the Fort Wayne TinCaps annually have partnered with Ball State University's Sports Administration Program. The program actually predates the TinCaps, going back to 2008, when the team was known as the Fort Wayne Wizards. In a mutually beneficial program, BSU students gain real-world experience by making sales calls to TinCaps fans who've attended games in the past.

    For students, it's an immersive learning project that can't be replicated in a regular classroom setting. Meanwhile, for the TinCaps, the partnership enables the team to keep contact with hundreds of fans during the winter.

  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 | MiLB.com
    TinCaps Partnership Spotlight: Huntington University
    It's a refrain Daniel Solms hears often. "I saw your area and signage at Parkview Field." That's what many students share with Solms, Huntington University's Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing, when they're asked how they came to consider attending the Christian liberal arts college that's located about 25 miles southwest of downtown Fort Wayne in Huntington, Ind.