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Get to know your opponents home stadiums

Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:53 pm
Posted by Trauma14
Member since Aug 2010
5867 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:53 pm
LIU Post Baseball Stadium - Brookville, NY (Township on Long Island)
Not much history on LIU's stadium. They merged athletic programs with the Brooklyn Campus and rebranded themselves the Sharks. The LIU Post Campus campus was founded in 1954 after a donation of the land to the university in 1951.
Seating Capacity - Unknown; 2 sets of bleachers on each baseline

Posted by Champs
Geaux Tigers
Member since Feb 2008
11754 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:55 pm to
I think I played there during playground ball
Posted by Trauma14
Member since Aug 2010
5867 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:57 pm to
Russell C. King Field
Spartanburg, SC
Built in 2005
Seating Capacity is 2,500


Posted by nicholastiger
Member since Jan 2004
43566 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:57 pm to
why is a team like that playing with power 5 teams
a total reset is needed so like teams can play with like teams
Posted by Trauma14
Member since Aug 2010
5867 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:59 pm to
Boshamer Stadium
Chapel Hill, NC
Founded in 1972
Capacity - 4,100
$26 million renovation in 2009
This post was edited on 5/28/24 at 3:01 pm
Posted by SammyTiger
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Feb 2009
67459 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:01 pm to
it’s a little wild how big D1 baseball is

but you have teams like Cal State Fullerton who have 4 titles and 18 CWS appearances.
Rice has a title
Wichita State
Oral Roberts made it last year
Coastal Carolina won not too long ago.
Pepperdine.

where do you draw the line?
Posted by Trauma14
Member since Aug 2010
5867 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:05 pm to
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ut you have teams like Cal State Fullerton who have 4 titles and 18 CWS appearances.


I had a construction project in Fullerton, CA for a year and went to a baseball game on a trip. It was a nice stadium and the crowd was great. It's in the heart of Orange County with great weather and nice people. If I was forced to live in Southern California, I would seriously choose Orange County.
Posted by Relham10
Ridge
Member since Jan 2013
16049 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:11 pm to
quote:

Seating Capacity - Unknown; 2 sets of bleachers on each baseline
seating capacity depends on how close yall want to sit together. I like it
Posted by armydude
Member since Aug 2014
798 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:28 pm to
Damn. LIU looks like they play at Lafreniere Park.
Posted by mdomingue
Lafayette, LA
Member since Nov 2010
31139 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:32 pm to
Here ya go, for comparison of relative size

Boshamer Stadium(North Carolina)

Left Field 335
Left-Center 370
Center Field 400
Right Center 355
Right Field 340
Surface Grass


Alex Box (LSU)

Foul Lines 330
Power Alleys 365
Center 405
Height of Fence 10
Batter's Eye 30
Surface Grass


Russell C. King Field (Wofford)

Foul Lines 325
Power Alleys 375
Center 390
Surface Grass




LIU Baseball Stadium (Long Island)

Foul Lines 330
Power Alleys 375
Center 400
Surface Grass


Posted by Art Vandelay
LOUISIANA
Member since Sep 2005
10722 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 4:58 pm to
As long as they play on grass. Not that artificial shite
Posted by semjase
New Smyrna Beach FL
Member since May 2014
11120 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 7:15 pm to
Batter's Eye
quote:

Alex Box (LSU)

Batter's Eye 30


30 feet of cheap arse Wal-Mart Tarp!

It's still up there.

How gd hard is it to build a solid Batters Eye wall?

Seems like it's a Construction Engineering Impossibility for the Dear Ole LSU Athletic Department........
Posted by Old Character
Member since Jan 2018
901 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 7:19 pm to
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why is a team like that playing with power 5 teams a total reset is needed so like teams can play with like teams


Like Stoney Brook?
Posted by chalmetteowl
Chalmette
Member since Jan 2008
48070 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 7:24 pm to
quote:

why is a team like that playing with power 5 teams


I’d love to see the shite show if they sent LSU to one of those venues for some reason

Hell pretty much anywhere outside the SEC if LSU plays there it’s a big deal
This post was edited on 5/28/24 at 7:26 pm
Posted by JerryTheKingBawler
South of Memphis
Member since Jan 2023
1471 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 7:55 pm to
quote:

If I was forced to live in Southern California, I would seriously choose Orange County.

Orange County is a conservative oasis in liberal SoCal. A lot of MAGA baws over there.
Posted by TigersJump
In a land far far away
Member since Feb 2018
2191 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 8:26 pm to
quote:

Orange County is a conservative oasis in liberal SoCal. A lot of MAGA baws over there.


I lived in Cali for 5 years. Orange County hasn’t been established for very long. What used to be solidly conservative isn’t so much anymore. Facts.
Posted by TheRouxGuru
Member since Nov 2019
8731 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 9:08 pm to
quote:

but you have teams like Cal State Fullerton who have 4 titles and 18 CWS appearances. Rice has a title Wichita State Oral Roberts made it last year Coastal Carolina won not too long ago. Pepperdine.

where do you draw the line?

shite, even Ole Miss has one
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