Luther Williams Field retains many of its original elements, including a roof covering the grandstand. It has seating for 3,500 fans. Baseball has returned to Macon in the form of the Macon Bacon. The club is a member of the Coastal Plain League.
Savannah has enthusiastically accepted the Bananas, as the team has shattered previous attendance records and selling out Grayson Stadium for the last two seasons in a 4,000 seat stadium, which is unheard of at this level of baseball. The team has accomplished this by putting a quality show on the field and in the stands.
The Tennessee Tech baseball program has been one of the hottest teams in Division I baseball over the last few years. They have claimed 5 Ohio Valley Conference Championships in the last nine years, had more than 40 wins in three of the last five years and are ranked #2 in home runs nationally over the last five years. During the 2018 season they won 27 games in a row.
Middle Tennessee State University is the second largest university in the state of Tennessee, with an enrollment of more than 22,000 students. It is located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee which is about 30 miles south of Nashville off I-24. The school opened in 1911 and is known for its Department of Recording Industry Management, which prepares its majors for work in the nearby Country Music Capital of the World.
The Jacksonville Dolphins play in one of the most picturesque stadium locations in college baseball. Add a beautiful view of the river to a stadium surrounded by oaks covered in Spanish moss and you are in for a very relaxing day at the ballpark. It is no wonder that the student body, the “Dol-fans” flock to the games on a spring afternoon.
The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (formerly the Jacksonville Suns) are the minor league affiliate of the Miami Marlins. They play their home games in the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, which opened in 2003.The Baseball Grounds have a capacity of 11,000, making it the largest stadium at the AA classification level.