DUDY’S A DOOZY: Outfield lounges continue a tradition at Mississippi State’s $68 million Dudy Noble Field. (Courtesy Populous) Latest designs on campus offer high-tech training, more amenities for fans Recruiting college baseball players presents a twofold challenge: attracting the best players to your school and luring them away from the draw of professional contracts. That’s why college ballparks and the complexes around them are making great leaps to provide unique experiences for fans and offer a one-stop shop for all the high-tech needs of the players.  From Dudy Noble Field, which opened in 2019 at Mississippi State, to the soon-to-open O’Brate Stadium at Oklahoma State and the ballpark at the University of Florida that will be ready for the 2021 season, the latest in baseball venues enhance the athlete experience while giving fans additional comfort and major league-style amenities.  “Between Mississippi State, Florida and Oklahoma State, people are going to […]
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