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Home to Cal Poly Baseball, Baggett Stadium is widely considered one of America’s finest collegiate baseball complexes. Named in honor of All-CCAA catcher and Cal Poly Hall of Fame Alumnus Robin Baggett, the stadium is located on the north side of the campus overlooking the central core of the University. Under frequent crystal clear blue skies and cooled by the balmy breezes emanating from the nearby Pacific Ocean, the stadium is framed by the scenic coastal hills and mountains for which the Central Coast of California is well known.

At the stadium’s plaza entrance, a bronze statue of former Mustang great and Baseball Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith greets visitors and guests. 

  • Inaugurated - January 2001
  • First game played – Cal Poly vs. Stanford University - January 21, 2001
  • First Game Result – Cal Poly 6-5 win over No. 1-ranked Stanford (12 innings)
  • Dimensions – 335 feet down the left and right field lines, 405 feet to straightaway center, 385 feet in the power alleys
  • Facility Playing Surface – Natural Grass