The Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field experience is a unique one, created by the greatest and most loyal fans in all of college baseball, combined with an enduring legacy of championships.
In February 2009, the LSU Baseball program moved into a new home, and all of the traditions, memories and excitement that make Tiger baseball truly special live on in the New Alex Box Stadium. The LSU baseball legacy moved 200 yards to the south into a state-of-the-art facility, designed to provide the resources necessary to sustain LSU's tradition of excellence while also accommodating in comfort the record-setting crowds that set Tiger Baseball apart from the rest of America.
Stadium Name: Alex Box Stadium (dedicated May 29, 1943, at original stadium location on the west side of LA Highway 30, across the highway from Tiger Stadium)
Field Name: Skip Bertman Field (dedicated May 17, 2013)
Seating Capacity: 10,326
Playing Field Distances
– Foul Lines: 330 ft. – Power Alleys: 365 ft. – Center: 405 ft.
Height of Fence: 10 ft.
Height of Batters' Eye: 30 ft.
Playing Surface: natural grass (artificial turf in foul territories)