TinCaps Officials Roll Out New Option For Fans In Center Field

By Jeff Neumeyer

January 30, 2013 Updated Jan 30, 2013 at 6:48 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) --- Fans going to TinCaps games in downtown Fort Wayne will have a whole new venue to see the games from this season, beyond the center field wall.

Parkview Field is a huge hit, but there have been limited seating options in the outfield.

That will not be as big a problem moving forward.

Starting in late May, a building dubbed "The 400 Club" will be open for companies and other groups to rent out.

But the team says some evenings it will be kept open to the general public, so individuals can buy a ticket and get in.

" We didn't want to do something and then the average fan, which most of us are, can't get in there, and okay it's cool, but it's for the other people, I can't do it. We didn't want to do that," said Mike Nutter, the TinCaps president.

On nights when it's available, up to 150 people can pay $12.50 for a ticket, giving them access to all you can eat and drink, and to seating in a climate-controlled area.

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