Auburn’s Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved plans for upgrades to be made to Plainsman Park.

Tuesday’s approval authorizes increases in the scope of the project, which will include 3 main components:

  • First Base Club – The expansion of first base stands, premium seating, club space, concessions, and improvements to the south entrance to Plainsman Park and the future Player Performance Terrace.
  • Right Field Terrace – The expansion of first base stands over the Josh Donaldson Hitting Lab to include premium seating and an enhanced concession experience.
  • Green Monster Terrace – The addition of a unique viewing area over the Green Monster, including improved concessions and restrooms to support patrons in left field.

“Enthusiasm for Auburn baseball has never been higher. Coach Butch Thompson, his staff and student-athletes have achieved remarkable, sustained success, including two trips to Omaha in the past three postseasons,” Director of Athletics Allen Greene said. “These improvements will help Auburn baseball continue its trajectory toward a national championship while elevating the fan experience at Plainsman Park. We appreciate the Auburn University Board of Trustees for the vision, leadership and commitment to help the baseball program reach and remain at the top.”

Auburn finished 43-22 last season, and advanced to the College World Series in Omaha before a loss to Ole Miss, a win over Stanford and a loss to Arkansas ended the season.