Butler's baseball facilities are among the best in the junior college ranks - and always getting better. The Grizzlies call McDonald Stadium home, a venerable old stadium that is rich in character and history. Built as a Work Projects Administration project in 1940, this facility has continually been updated to make it modern while still perserving its nostalgic charm.
Amenities to McDonald Stadium are:
- Bleacher seating (approximately 1,000), covered by the exterior concrete structure
- Infield turf, completed during March 2013
- Home clubhouse, furnished with a TV and washer/dryer facilities
- Air-conditioned press box with wi-fi internet and radio booths
- Concession stand
- Umpire room
Outfield dimensions are:
- 323 feet (left)
- 375 (left-center)
- 390 (center)
- 375 (right center)
- 303 (right)
McDonald Stadium is also home to the El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, which has enshrined several Butler players and coaches of the past.
In the offseason, the Grizzlies train in the Hubbard Champions Training Center, quite possibly the finest indoor athletic facility in the junior college ranks. Completed on Sept. 17, 2004, the CTC is a multi-functional building that allows Butler baseball players and other student-athletes to practice year-round, regardless of outdoor weather conditions.
The highlight of the indoor workout facility is a 4,500 square-foor, state-of-the-art weight room. There is also a 40-yard indoor football field, covered in turf, the same type of artificial turf installed in several major college and NFL stadiums. There are also two sprint lanes and baseball and softball cages.