Doug Kingsmore Stadium

Park Name: Doug Kingsmore Stadium

Tenants: Clemson University Tigers (NCAA Division I- Atlantic Coast Conference)

Opened: 1970

Grandstand Rebuilt: 2003

Address: 114 Baseball Drive, Clemson, South Carolina 29634

Dimensions: 320' (L), 400' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names:

Beautiful Tiger Stadium (1970-2002)

The view from behind home plate at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, as seen from left field.

The pressbox sits at the top of the grandstand behind home plate.

A small bleacher section sits underneath the roof at the top of the seating bowl.

Aluminum bleachers sit in front of the stands, reserved for pro scouts.

The majority of the seating in the main grandstand at Doug Kingsmore Stadium is Clemson orange.

The clubhouse and locker rooms overlook the park from the right field corner of the field.

Bar stool seating runs down the first base line.

Tabletop seating sits at field level in the left field corner.

Two large outfield seating pavilions stand behind the left field wall.

The "Cajun Cafe" and the Cheap Seats overlook the field from above the right field wall.

Several small bleacher sections sit above the outfield wall.

The main concourse runs underneath the seating bowl and features banners celebrating important moments and players in Clemson baseball history.

Plaques on the concourse celebrate the team's postseason and College World Series appearances.

Plaques outside the main entrance honor members of the Clemson Baseball Hall of Fame.

The bullpens sit out of play down the foul lines.

The outfield wall at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. The park does not have a warning track, but has a small slope in the outfield grass before the fence.

The scoreboard sits behind the left field wall.

The Clemson University Tigers on the field during a game at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.