Tin Caps Game in Fort Wayne

Would you believe that this was our children’s first time at a baseball game?! You can’t visit Fort Wayne without attending a Tin Caps Game at Parkview Field, so we embraced the opportunity and made an afternoon of it!

5 Globetrotters guide to Tin Caps Baseball

What kid (or adult for that fact) doesn’t love spending the afternoon at a ball game? Grab some treats and settle in for an exciting afternoon!

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If you love baseball, you will love attending a Tin Caps game. The quality of baseball, in our opinion, is as good as you are going to get at any professional venue at a fraction the price!

With tickets starting at just $5, it’s a real family event that even includes a small splash pad to keep the little ones happy during innings.

5 Globetrotters guide to Tin Caps Baseball

I would recommend coming early and taking advantage of all the children’s activities that they have and the various food vendors.

5 Globetrotters guide to Tin Caps Baseball

We conquered rock walls…

5 Globetrotters guide to Tin Caps Baseball
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Built lego and even got to take a spin on their bouncy castle!

5 Globetrotters guide to Tin Caps Baseball

Fun Fact: When the team opened their stadium in 2009, they opted for a name that paid tribute to their famous former resident, Johnny Appleseed. They named the team after the tin cooking pot he would often wear on his head in a backward fashion, resembling a baseball hat. Of course, you can’t just have his name without the trademark apple, which made it to their logo!

A special thanks to Visit Fort Wayne! The 5 Globetrotters were invited guests of Visit Fort Wayne. As always, all opinions are our own.

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