COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL FIELDS

Ball State University

First Merchants Ballpark Complex

Ball State University

Ball Diamond is a baseball venue located on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, United States. It is home to the Ball State Cardinals baseball team, a member of the Division I Mid-American Conference. The field has a capacity of 1,700 people.

Case Western Reserve University

Liberty University

Liberty University

Liberty University

The stadium includes 2,500 chairbacks, a locker room, four indoor batting tunnels, four luxury suites, offices for the baseball program, a weight room, a steam room, and a fully functional press area.

Rollins College

Austintown Fitch High School

Northwestern University

Rocky & Berenice Miller Park

Northwestern University

Rocky & Berenice Miller Park

Northwestern University

The home field of the Northwestern Wildcats college baseball team. The Wildcats are in Division I and are members of the Big Ten Conference. The field has a seating capacity of 600 people.  With baseball being a spring sport and the typical Chicago winters, Northwestern selected a synthetic turf field. The synthetic field allows the team to practice and have games in inclement weather.

University Liggett School

Rock Hill High SchooL

Redman Stadium

Rock Hill High SchooL

The baseball field at Rock Hill High School recently joined the trend to convert their infield to synthetic turf. Multiple high schools in northern climates are making infields synthetic to reduce maintenance and game day cancellations.

College & High School Baseball Completed Fields
– Austintown Fitch |  Baseball Stadium– Lakewood HS |  Baseball Stadium
– Ball State |  First Merchants BallparkComplex Baseball Stadium– Landerhill Sports Park
– Ball State Stadium– Los Gatos 
– Bentley University | DeFelice– Liberty University |  Baseball Stadium
– Brandon Valley– Mentor HS 
– Cuyahoga Community College West – Northwestern University |  Rocky and Berenice Miller Park
– CWRU |  Baseball Stadium– Rock Hill HS | Redman Stadium
– Hickory HS |  Baseball Stadium– Shawnee Park |  Baseball Stadium
– Jack Reddick Foundation – Shawnee Park |  Outfield
– Jackson HS |  Baseball Stadium– Spring |  Ford HS
– Hawkens Upper School– University Ligget Schools |  Baseball Stadium
– Kohn / Stevensville  Field

Looking to build a new or upgrade your baseball field?

There are many factors to evaluate when building a baseball field.  All of them require expertise and lots of planning to ensure the quality of your field is constructed and maintained to last for years. Knowing the basic outline can help you plan, budget, and get the assistance and advice you need. Depending on where your baseball field will be located (geographically), you will have to consider certain environmental conditions and make important decisions about items like irrigation, drainage, turf, and soil types you would like to use. The amount of intended use will also factor into what type of turfgrass and soil should be used in your field. It will also alter maintenance needs. To build a quality baseball field and watch your sports field dreams come to life, we highly recommend you work with an experienced sports turf builder that can help you with the complexity of high-performance baseball fields.

SCG Fields can build and optimize your baseball field to the finest standards and team needs. Combined with the latest technology and our own experienced constructions crews, we provide the best surfaces available, help you proactively address any issues, and get your baseball field up and running for game time.

As they say, “Play ball!”… with SCG Fields.