Eagle Field, with a seating capacity of 1,000, has been the home of TCC Basetball since 1991. Though seating is elevated, its close proximity to the playing field and the installation of chairback seating in various sections of the grandstands makes Eagle Field one of the premiere venues in the NJCAA.
Hailed as a "pitcher's ballpark," Eagle Field boasts symetrical dimensions from foul pole to foul pole - 330' down the lines, 375' in the alleys and 395' to straightaway center.
The playing surface features Bermuda grass, ideal for Florida's warm, sunny climate.
Tallahassee's mild weather also allows Eagle Field to be used year-round. In addition to the Eagles' home schedule, the facility often hosts high school games, as well as events for youth and adult leagues and also serves as a practice facility for the NCAA Baseball Tournament's Tallahassee Regional.
Following the 2012 season, Eagle Field underwent its first major renovations.
Installation of approximately 13,000 square feet of artificial turf along both foul lines, on the "hips" behind home plate and in both bullpens is the most dominant feature, in spatial terms. But a 13-foot section just behind home plate is arguably, the most striking - that's where a large interlocking "TCC," complete in the school colors of royal blue and gold is woven into the turf, providing one of the most dominant branding elements at any of the program's facilities.
The renovation project also featured a rebuilt infield, complete with new sod, tilling the diamond, installing stabilizer to the clay area and rebuilding the pitcher's mound.
To aid in the field's drainage, 500 feet of drain tile was added and the playing surface was laser-graded.
Once the on-the-field work was complete, the backstop took center stage. New wall padding was installed on the lower half and a matching blue wind screen was placed on the upper half.
Equally important as the Eagles' on-field home is the adjacent Baseball Fieldhouse, a 9700-plus square foot facility that overlooks Eagle Field from above the right field corner.
One half of the Baseball Fieldhouse is an indoor practice facility, complete with batting cages and two pitchers mounds, thus allowing the Eagles to take refuge from the heat or rain. In fact, when the facility was originally constructed, it was the only indoor collegiate facility in Tallahassee.
Other features of the Baseball Fieldhouse include the team locker room, players' lounge, weight room/training room and coaches' offices.