College Baseball has gained in popularity by leaps and bounds over the last few years, thanks mostly to the expanding coverage of regular season, conference tournaments, and of course the NCAA tournament on the various television networks, primarily ESPN. This popularity has also increased due to the drastic improvements of the stadiums that colleges put their baseball teams in. Athletic departments have poured all kinds of money into their baseball programs in recent years to improve the fan experience, as well as the facilities for the development of their players. College coaches are able to entice the top-tier high school players to skip pro ball for three years, and improve the quality of the college game.
Although our latest College Baseball rankings list may have just one name on the byline, this is the work of dozens of writers, all using their unique experiences at these parks and the Stadium Journey FANFARE score. Each of the descriptions of these stadiums on this list is taken directly from the full review of that school's baseball experience, which can be found simply by clicking on that particular stadium. We have not visited all of the college ballparks yet, but hopefully by the end of the 2015 season, we will have made a trip to each and every one of those stadiums. Without further ado, we present our rankings of the college ballpark experiences.