Grasshopper Field Baseball Diamonds
Regulation baseball diamond. 290 feet down the baselines and 300 feet in the power allies. Major College type concrete dugouts. Clay base regulation height and slope pitchers mound. Has an Agg-lime infield with base settings that can be moved from 50 to 90 feet. Irrigated outfield and foul territories are planted with a special bluegrass/rye mixture known for its deep green color and good wearing surface, used in many minor league ballparks.
Built in 1947, considered to be one of the best non-grass infields in the area. Host of the 2000 Babe Ruth Midwest Plains 8 State Regional Tournament. In 2004 it was the site of a High School Regional Tournament. Has hosted many 12 and under, 13 to 15 year old and 16 to 19 Babe Ruth Tournaments. Each summer over 100 games are played on this field.
Regulation slow pitch softball diamond. Portable fences are available for converting it to the shorter regulation fast pitch outfield distance. Plans have been made to cover the dugouts to allow maximum air movement.
Infield is "Viola Red Shale" which is preferred by many softball teams. Bases are movable from 50 to 90 feet to adapt to the many age groups using this field.
The irrigated outfield grass is a special bluegrass/rye blend known for the deep green color in the warm Kansas summer.
Built in the 1970s and is a topnotch softball field. In 2003 and 2004 it was the site of the High School Regional tournament. Also hosts many adult softball tournaments.