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Thanks to donors, new baseball facilities position Commodores for continued success.

A Facilities Project for Vanderbilt Baseball

Thanks to the generosity of our Commodore family, the baseball facilities project was completed in winter 2018. The new $12 million, 30,000-square-foot baseball facility—fully funded by philanthropy—includes an expansive open-air batting and pitching cage area, above which is a hydration station and workout room. The building also holds a training and cardio area, a weight room packed with equipment, and new offices and operations spaces. 

“The idea was to create a home for our players and for our alumni,” said Head Coach Tim Corbin. “Together, the generosity of our alumni, parents, former players, fans and friends has ensured a project that enhances the development of our student-athletes in remarkable ways.”

 

Join the Tennessean as they tour the new baseball facilities

Tennessean tours new facilities

Please contact Mark Carter, associate director of Athletics, for more information about giving opportunities at (615) 322-4114 or  mark.carter@vanderbilt.edu .