McLane Baseball Stadium at Kobs Field, which was dedicated during the 2009 season, is one of the finest baseball facilities in the Midwest.
The ballpark has 2,500 seats, with 400 chair back seats and 2,100 bench-style seats, a press box, backstops, all new fencing and handicap-accessible seating, with brick accents to architecturally match historic Jenison Field House and MSU's hitting and pitching facility.
Located in the heart of Old College Field, the facility is Michigan State's most historic athletic site, with its unique atmosphere part of the rich tradition at MSU. Sitting on the banks of the Red Cedar River, the facility is known as a hitter's park because of the excellent background supplied by the trees lining the river.
MSU's offseason training for the baseball and softball programs improved immensely during the fall of 2007 with the completion of the new hitting/pitching facility adjacent to Kobs Field. The new $1.4 million dollar facility has four batting cages and two pitching mounds which give the Spartans an edge in offseason training.
With an area of 10,900 square feet, the programs have plenty of room to work on their games. In addition, there are coaches' offices and storage room for equipment which makes working out at the facility convenient.