The Wilpon Complex and Ray Fisher Stadium

As a member of one of baseball’s most legendary college teams, it’s only fitting that student-athletes practice and compete in facilities that are built for the Leaders and Best –  and the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium, certainly fits the bill. Fisher Stadium is a unique venue, packed with modern amenities while maintaining its classic, historic feel, reminiscent of the days when baseball legends like Barry Larkin and Jim Abbott walked its halls. The home of U-M baseball now seats over 2,000 excited Michigan baseball fans, is equipped with FieldTurf™ for year-round play, and features a new video board, bullpens and increased space in the dugouts. Adjacent to the stadium are all the facilities we need to stay in peak condition all year round. Our 1,600-square foot locker room features 30-inch lockers, five plasma television screens, a lounge area, a training room and a new nutrition lounge, and it connects directly to our 5,750-square-foot indoor hitting facility. Here, retractable doors help manage ventilation during the summer months and keep things heated for year-round use. With two dirt mounds, pitching machines, three indoor batting cages, a state-of-the-art video hitting system, and three outdoor hitting cages, it’s a baseball lover’s dream-come-true. Check out the facilities for yourself, and see why this is where champions are made.

Important Spots on Campus

Get the lay of the land. Explore the Ross Athletic Campus, where our student-athletes train in a community of other student-athletes. Zoom in on our competition venue, where we play in front of the best fans in college sports. When you click on a location, you can read more about that facility - each building has a story to tell. The University of Michigan’s campus is historic and beautiful, and as a Wolverine, it’s home away from home.