The Oklahoma State University baseball team will open the new O’Brate Stadium on March 20, 2020, for the Cowboys’ Big 12 Conference opener against TCU. Read more here.
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While Oklahoma State’s new baseball stadium is still more than a year away from opening in 2020, the Cowboys now have a name for their new home: O’Brate Stadium. Read more here.
Construction on the new home for the Oklahoma State University Cowboys baseball program began earlier this year, and significant progress is being made on the complex at the corner of Washington Street and McElroy Road. Read more and watch video here.
Among the construction equipment, the mounds of dirt and the fence surrounding it all, Oklahoma State baseball coach Josh Holliday can see progress being made on the Cowboys’ new stadium. Read more here.
Baseball, hot dogs and cold beer just go together, right? For the first time, Lupton Stadium, home of the TCU Horned Frogs baseball team, will finally serve all three starting Wednesday night, when TCU hosts Dallas Baptist University. Read more here.
Oklahoma State’s long-awaited wish for a new baseball stadium is becoming a reality. The university unfurled plans Thursday for a $60 million baseball stadium that will open for the start of the 2020 season. Read more here.
The new home of Cowboy Baseball.
— Cowboy Baseball (@OSUBaseball) March 29, 2018
For the past several years, Oklahoma State University athletic director Mike Holder has been fundraising to get the Cowboys a new stadium. On Tuesday, coach Josh Holliday said the university is making “great progress” toward a new ballpark. Read more here.
Eric and Wendy Pastore from DigitalBallparks.com recently visited Baylor Ballpark, home of the Baylor University Bears baseball team. Read more and view photo gallery here.
As Texas Christian University (TCU) baseball players step foot into their newly renovated $7.5 million ballpark facilities, it seems impossible that this same program was nearly dropped from the athletic department in 2000. Read more and view photos here.
The Monongalia County (WV) Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to approve using tax-increment financing (TIF) to fund a new ballpark for the West Virginia University baseball program and potentially a minor-league team. The TIF plan still faces a public hearing on June 27 and must be approved by the state legislature, which could happen before the end of summer. Read more here. Thanks to Joe Mock for the link.