Following the 1999 completion of Logger Baseball Stadium project, Puget Sound baseball was given a new home. During the dedication ceremony on March 24, 2000, the first pitch was thrown by Brad Cheney, a major contributor to the project and former Puget Sound baseball coach.
The facility is equipped with regulation batting cages, hitting areas, bullpens, dugouts and a renovated clubhouse completed in 2009.
In July 2011, the baseball and softball fields received new scoreboards. Both scoreboards are more than double the size of their predecessors and are complete with inning-by-inning line scores. The baseball scoreboard sits above the fence in leftcenter field.