From 1988 through 2011, the ballpark was named Dan Law Field after former Texas Tech baseball player Dan Law who was instrumental in the stadium's renovation. Law played for the Red Raider football team from 1955–56 and baseball from 1956-57. Since the 2012 season, the ballpark has been known as Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. An anonymous donor to the 2012 renovation requested the field be named after Rip Griffin, a long-time supporter of Red Raider baseball and Texas Tech athletics. The ballpark has a permanent seating capacity of 4,368. Renovated in 1996 and 2001, the stadium underwent another upgrade in 2007 and its latest in 2012.
In 2013, the Red Raiders ranked 27th among Division I baseball programs in attendance, averaging 2,527 per home game. A record attendance of 4,811 was set on June 7, 2014 when Texas Tech hosted the College of Charleston in a Super Regional matchup.