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Indianapolis Indians vs. Durham Bulls
Ongoing on the 24th of each Month.

Can purchase tickets by calling 239-5151 or at the Indians Box Office 8am-6pm Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturdays, 12-4pm Sundays or 90 minutes before the game.
Times:7pm
Where:Victory Field

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