Eddy D. Field Stadium

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Eddy D. Field Field
Eddy D Field.jpg
A game at Eddy D. Field Stadium
Location Malibu, California
Coordinates 34°02′25″N 118°42′40″W / 34.040272°N 118.711042°W / 34.040272; -118.711042Coordinates: 34°02′25″N 118°42′40″W / 34.040272°N 118.711042°W / 34.040272; -118.711042
Capacity 2,000
Opened 1973
Pepperdine Waves baseball (NCAA)

Eddy D. Field Stadium is home of the Pepperdine University Waves' baseball team located in Malibu, California. It was originally built in 1973, but underwent renovations in 1980 and 1999. It now holds up to 2,000 spectators, all box seats. It is well known for its picturesque setting which includes the views of the Pacific Ocean, Catalina Island, and the Santa Monica Mountains. College baseball writer Eric Sorenson of CSTV ranked Eddy D. Field Stadium as the best college baseball stadium in Division I baseball.[1]

A view of the Pacific Ocean from Eddy D. Field Stadium.

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