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McKethan Stadium McKethan Stadium

McKethan Stadium McKethan Stadium

Alfred A. McKethan Stadium is the home of the University of Florida Baseball team. It was opened in 1988 after UF Alumnus Alfred A. McKethan donated $2.4 million for the refurbishment of the original playing field and the construction of the stadium. The stadium has an official capacity of 5,500 (5,100 Grandstand seats and 400 bleacher seats). In 1996, McKethan donated an additional $300,000 to rebuild the press box at the stadium into a state of the art facility.

Following the 2006 season, McKethan stadium underwent another renovation to expand seating down the left field line and to construct a baseball-specific building that houses a video room, baseball team offices, and renovated locker rooms. Another building was also added that now houses the bullpen and batting cages for the UF team. On the roof of the building is Dizney Plaza which includes a concession stand and a view overlooking the playing field situated next to the left field foul pole.