University of Oregon - Baseball


PK Park at a Glance
Trivia: Ryan Fleckenstein was credited with the first win at PK Park after pitching one inning of shutout relief, and Eddie Rodriguez scored the game-winning run as the Ducks defeated defending CWS champion Fresno State on Feb. 27, 2009.

PK Park opened on Feb. 27, 2009 to a soldout crowd and a thrilling 1-0 victory over the 2008 defending College World Series champion Fresno State Bulldogs.

PK Park embodies the excitement and ambition of the Ducks’ newly-resurrected baseball program.

Fans won’t have to miss a single pitch at PK Park, which is designed around a single, open concourse that provides incredible views to the entire playing field. Continuing the tradition of the University’s top-quality athletic facilities, designers also incorporated festival areas between PK Park and Autzen Stadium, offering fans a place to gather and celebrate the Ducks’ success.

PK Park is equipped with a full home locker room and players’ lounge, as well as a state-of-the-art video board.

The John Conrad Pressbox features four radio / television broadcast booths, an audio/visual game operations booth, and a large press area. There are also eight fully-loaded luxury suites with indoor and outdoor seating.

Creating one of the most ADA compliant stadiums in the country, the park is fully accessible with ramps and seating at both the concourse and field level.

The park has specially designed lighting structures. From the ground level, it is 47 feet 10 inches to the top of the facility, enhancing the intimacy for the Oregon baseball team and spectators.

Eugene architect firm Cameron, McCarthy, Gilbert & Scheibe was the lead landscape architectural firm on the first phase of construction, with Larry Gilbert leading the project.

Player Development Area (PDA)
Opened in January 2013, the indoor PDA features four full batting cages that can be separated into eight cages. The facility cages are also retractable allowing infield to be taken inside the PDA.

The field is made of an all-weather baseball specific FieldTurf, with clay mounds and bullpens. FieldTurf is the leading provider of collegiate baseball synthetic turf and has been installing similar products at college ballparks around the country.


The baseball stadium is located next to Autzen Stadium on 2760 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Eugene, Oregon, 97401

From I-5 North

  • Take exit 194B to merge onto I-105 W / OR 126 toward Eugene
  • Once on Hwy. 126, take exit 2 for Coburg Road
  • Turn left at Southwood Lane
  • Take first left onto Country Club Road
  • Continue on Club Road
  • Turn right at Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard (PK Park is on your right directly after you pass Autzen Stadium)

From I-5 South

  • Take exit 192 for OR-99 towards Eugene
  • Merge onto Franklin Boulevard / OR-99 N; continue to follow OR-99 N
  • Exit on the left onto Coburg Road toward I-105 / I-5 / Springfield
  • Turn right at Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard (PK Park is on your right directly after you pass Autzen Stadium)