Oakland Baseball Field

Oakland baseball Field

The home of the Oakland University baseball team, the Oakland Baseball Field has undergone several improvements over the past several years to enhance the gameday experience for both the players and fans. The dugouts were completely redone and extended to allow spacious room for the student-athletes. Other recent improvements include spectator access, a new digital scoreboard, spectator seating, and a restroom facility.

Spectator access has an improved walkway from the parking structure and a concrete concourse from the home team dugout (on the first base side) which runs the full length of the left field side of the facility. The new restroom facility is near the third-base dugout, which allows fans easy access. The scope of the project includes substantial improvements to drainage, electrical access, landscaping and a retaining wall along the spectator hill and internet services for media. The playing surface continues to be one of the top surfaces in the midwest and the Golden Grizzlies should have one of the top facilities in the Horizon League.

The Golden Grizzlies retired the No. 4 jersey of Brad Jones (2003-04) in 2015 and his number hangs on the outfield fence in left field.

Capacity: 500
LL: 333
LC: 353
CF: 380
RC: 338
RL: 320

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