I just happen to be going to Indy next week, and the team does have a game - but it's a night game, I have to be up early the next morning, I'm staying in Keystone Crossing, and it seems like it's about a half an hour drive. (Is there good public transportation by chance?) How is traffic on the 465 - does that half an hour turn into an hour at 6pm?
The other question I have is about accessibility. Really, the only reason I'm even considering going to the game (the night before I have soccer games of my own I need to rest up for) is because I just found out you have Jeff Salazar, and I LOVE him, he's such a sweet guy, and really I would just come to the game to meet him and say hi, catch a few innings of ball, before I've got to be back at our hotel probably by 9pm. But I'm looking at your stadium seating chart and I don't see any wheelchair seats near the front of the park within autograph-asking-distance... :(
So I turn to people who hopefully might be an expert in this area.... or if you're not, can you tell me who might be? ;) What do you know about the stadium's accessibility? How's traffic coming from where I'm staying? Any advice? Thanks!