Taylor Stadium

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Taylor Stadium
Mizzou taylor stadium.jpg
Full nameRalph and Debbie Taylor/Phi Delta Theta Stadium at Simmons Field
LocationColumbia, Missouri
Broke groundJune 1999
OwnerUniversity of Missouri
SurfaceKentucky Bluegrass (OF) and Baby Bermuda (IF)
ArchitectPeckham & Wright Architects Inc.
General ContractorCrawford Construction Inc.
Capacity3,331 (2014-present)
Field dimensionsLeft Field - 340 feet (104 m)

Center Field - 400 feet (122 m)

Right Field - 340 feet (104 m)
TenantsMissouri Tigers (NCAA) (2002-present)
Mid-Missouri Mavericks (Frontier League) (2003-2005)

Ralph and Debbie Taylor Stadium at Simmons Field (also Taylor Stadium at Simmons Field) is a baseball stadium at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. It is the home field of the Missouri Tigers baseball. It was also the home of the defunct Mid-Missouri Mavericks minor league baseball team of the Frontier League. It originally opened in 2002 and holds 3,031 people. The stadium was named for Mizzou alumni Ralph Taylor and his wife Debbie, who gave a donation to build the stadium.

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Coordinates: 38°56′08″N 92°20′19″W / 38.93557°N 92.33860°W / 38.93557; -92.33860