Bart Kaufman Field is a baseball field in Bloomington, Indiana. It is home of the Indiana Hoosiers baseball team. The capacity of the facility is 2,500 spectators. It is named after Bart Kaufman, an alumnus who played in 1960-61-62. In 1961 he was the second leading hitter (.452) in the Big Ten to long time Detroit Tiger great Bill Freehan of the University of Michigan. Kaufman pledged $2.5M to get the project going. Many teammates contributed to name the Indiana dugout after long time baseball coach Ernie Andres. Much of the cost reported to be in excess of $19M including Andy Mohr Field for softball was funded by proceeds from the Big Ten Network.
The stadium hosted an NCAA Regional in its first year of existence after IU finished the 2013 regular season at 43-14. It marked the first time the IU baseball program had played tournament games on campus.
The facility has a clubhouse and locker room, training area and team rooms, indoor and outdoor hitting cages, turf field, press box, lights for night play, bench and stadium chair seating, entry plaza, picnic area, concessions and restrooms.