Siebert Field

Siebert Field

stadium_name = Siebert Field
nickname =

location = 516 15th Av. SE., Minneapolis
broke_ground =
opened = 1971
closed = NA
demolished = Est.2011owner = University of Minnesota
operator = University of Minnesota
surface = Grass
construction_cost = $3.00 architect = unknown
former_names = Bierman Field 1971-78
tenants = Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA baseball)
seating_capacity = 1,500
dimensions = Left Field - 330
Center Field - 380 ft
Right Field - 330 ft

Siebert Field is the baseball stadium at the University of Minnesota where the Minnesota Golden Gophers college baseball team currently plays portions of their seasons. Some early season contests are held at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, home of the Minnesota Twins. It is named in honor of Dick Siebert, a former head coach who led the Gophers to three national titles. Prior to 1971 the team played at Delta Field.

The University is in the planning stages of placing a new stadium on the current location. [ [ Athletics facilities might see repairs, upgrades - Minnesota Daily ] ]

In 1994-1995, Siebert Field was home to an independent pro team, the Minneapolis Loons. [ [ Siebert Field - Minneapolis, Minnesota ] ]

Numerous Minnesota State High School League baseball tournament games have been played at Siebert over the years.


Siebert Field was built on a former Minneapolis neighborhood. The tops of the houses were razed, and the outfield is built on the foundations of old houses.


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