Parkview Field Honored Again

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Parkview Field set a franchise attendance record this year with an average of 5,971 fans per game. Parkview Field set a franchise attendance record this year with an average of 5,971 fans per game.

Stadium Journey has again ranked Parkview Field in Fort Wayne as Minor League Baseball's top ballpark. The home of the TinCaps has taken the honor four times in the last five years.

The publication bases its rankings on factors including food and beverage options, fans, return on attendance and special features. Parkview Field, which opened in 2009, earned a score of 4.7 out of 5.

Stadium Journey co-founder Paul Swaney calls Parkview Field "the success story for all other minor league ballparks to emulate." Its review cites the stadium's "great food, great seating options...great neighborhood, great entertainment and great customer service."

Parkview Field set a franchise attendance record this year with an average of 5,971 fans per game, including a single-game record of 9,193 fans on the fourth of July.

The organization's 2015 honors include:

No. 1 Minor League Ballpark Experience (Stadium Journey)
Midwest League Executive of the Year — Mike Nutter
Midwest League Grounds Crew of the Year
Midwest League Nominee for MiLB's John Henry Moss Community Service Award
Finalist for Best Theme Night (SNL Night) in Minor League Baseball 

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