By Teddy Cahill (Baseball America)
Arkansas’ Baum Stadium celebrated its 20th anniversary last month, a milestone that surprised many around the game. Baum still feels to new to be 20 years old, and even after two decades it remains one of the crown jewels of college baseball.
Since it opened in 1996, Baum has seen some changes—its seating capacity has grown, as has the number of suites, and the playing surface was changed from artificial turf to grass. Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said those modifications have helped the stadium feel fresh even after two decades.
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