Several Improvements Made to Wake Forest Baseball Park
Feb. 12, 2009
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - With the start of the baseball season just eight days away, several improvements have been made to the new home of Wake Forest baseball, Wake Forest Baseball Park.
One of the main improvements to the ballpark is a new clubhouse for the team. A wall that previously divided the room has been taken out to create a more open feel to the clubhouse. Also, new carpet has been added, along with the installation of several flat screen televisions. A new training room has also been added to the clubhouse, along with offices for the coaching staff.
The outfield wall at Wake Forest Baseball Park has also been refurbished. The old plywood on the wall has been removed and replaced and the wall has also been painted black. The height of the wall has been lowered from 24 feet to eight feet, except in center field where the wall remains at the original height.
One other project that is currently under construction is a new batting cage at the ballpark. This project is expected to be completed during the 2009 season.
Take a look at some of the improvements to the ballpark in this photo gallery.