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Victory Field & RCA Dome (No# Banayote)


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VICTROY FIELD: Victory Field is the name of the current minor league baseball park that is the home of the Indianapolis Indians of the International League. It is located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

It opened in mid-summer 1996 and replaced Bush Stadium, which had also been called Victory Field for some 25 years of its existence. The new park seats 15,500 fans.

RCA DOME: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) (1984–2007)NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four (1991, 1997, 2000, 2006) NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four (2005)NBA All-Star Game (1985)

The RCA Dome, originally named the Hoosier Dome, was a domed stadium located in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the home of the Indianapolis Colts NFL franchise for 24 seasons (1984-2007). It was completed at a cost of $28 million as part of the Indiana Convention Center, with the costs split evenly between private and public money. The RCA Dome was demolished in December 2008 as part of a project to expand the attached convention center.

The RCA Dome was similar in design and appearance to the Metrodome and BC Place, owing in great part to the involvement of engineers David Geiger and Walter Bird, pioneers in air-supported roofs.

The stadium was replaced by a new retractable-roof stadium, Lucas Oil Stadium, in time for the 2008 NFL season.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome postcard.

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