On the surface, George J. Marott would seem to have nothing in common with Ray Kinsella, the fictional farmer in Field of Dreams who built a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield.  First of all, Marott was a real person – a self-made man whose successful business ventures have left a lasting mark on Indianapolis.  And secondly, there is absolutely no evidence that Marott ever heard a disembodied voice tell him “If you build it, they will come.” But around the turn of the last century,  Marott had a vision that some believed came out of left field when he looked down sleepy Massachusetts Avenue and imagined a new retail district that would someday be packed with people bustling between shops and eateries.