John B. Schuerholz Baseball Complex

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John B. Schuerholz Baseball Complex
Location 7500 Osler Drive
Towson, MD 21252
Owner Towson University
Operator Towson University
Capacity 500
Opened 2001
Tenants
Towson Tigers baseball (CAA) (2001-present)

The John B. Schuerholz Baseball Complex is a baseball venue located in Towson, Maryland, USA. It is used by the Towson University Tigers baseball team. It has a capacity of 500 spectators and opened in 2001. The playing surface of the field is natural grass.[1]

On April 29, 2001, the baseball facility at Towson University was christened John B. Schuerholz Park. The stadium is named in honor of John Schuerholz, a 1962 Towson alumnus and former member of the baseball program. His contributions to Towson University allowed the renovations to take place.[1] He is currently the President of the Atlanta Braves.[2]

The renovations to the facility included permanent seating, a press box, and a concessions area.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c Visitor Information: John B. Schuerholz Baseball Complex at admin.xosn.com, URL accessed October 23, 2010. Archived 10-23-2010
  2. ^ John Schuerholz Out As Atlanta Braves GM But In As Team President at chattanoogan.com, URL accessed October 23, 2010. Archived 10-21-2010

Coordinates: 39°23′42″N 76°36′49″W / 39.395065°N 76.613739°W / 39.395065; -76.613739