Hawkins Field is a baseball stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. It is the home field
of the Vanderbilt Commodores college baseball team. The stadium opened in 2002 adjacent to Vanderbilt Stadium and Memorial
Gymnasium and holds 2,027 people. If you love baseball and live in the Nashville area, be sure to check out Hawkins Field.
The Vanderbilt athletics site describes Hawkins Field's "brick and wrought-iron fence design". Its left field
wall is 35 feet high, a comparable height to the legendary Green Monster at Fenway Park. With the popularity of the Vanderbilt
Commodores in Nashville, Hawkins Field tickets are always going fast. Be sure to book
your seats today.
On May 27, 2007, Hawkins Field was selected as a regional host site for the 2007 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. A
new scoreboard was erected, and new bleachers added in right field to bring the capacity to near 3,700 for the tournament.
Get you family together and buy tickets for the next few Hawkins Field events today.
Do some family bonding over a game of baseball.