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TCU to Sell Beer at Baseball Games

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.

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The Ballpark History of TCU Baseball

TCU LogoAs 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.

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Horned Frogs Unveil Lupton Stadium Renovations

TCU LogoLupton Stadium, the home of the TCU Horned Frogs baseball program since 2003, received a $7.5-million renovation that added a new locker room, classroom, team lounge, sports medicine center, equipment room and coach’s office.  Read more and view photos here.

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Horned Frogs Show Off Lupton Upgrades

TCU Horned Frogs LogoTexas Christian University’s Lupton Stadium underwent a few upgrades during the off season, which were unveiled to fans during the Horned Frogs’ opening series this past weekend.  Read more and watch video here.

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TCU’s Ballpark Expanding

The capacity of Lupton Stadium, home of the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs, will soon be expanded to 3,100 with the addition of 700 new seats.  Construction is expected to be completed before the start of the 2011 season.  Read more and view photo here.

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TCU to Renovate Lupton Stadium

Texas Christian University will move to springboard off the team’s success in the College World Series tournament to expand Lupton Stadium.  Built in 2003, the park is relatively new and pretty nice, but this is Texas, and everything has to be bigger and better in Texas.  Read more and view aerial photo here.

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