Beavers Field is home of Lancaster Post 11 American Legion Baseball, Lancaster's home town team since 1949.
Voted 2011 Field of the Year by the Ohio Sports Turf Managers Association, and 2005 High School Field of the Year by the High School Coaches Association, Beavers Field is a multi-purpose stadium hosting several high-profile events:
Beavers Field is also home to Ohio University - Lancaster Branch Bob Cat baseball, and hosts numerous college and high school team games through out the year.
It has a full service concession stand - home of the famous "Phyllis Burger" - stadium bleachers, full press box, covered picnic area, and ample room for lawn chairs and blankets.
With over 125 games played each season, Beavers Field is a true pillar in the Lancaster Community.
Beaver's Field Pre-Turf
1651 Granville Pike
Lancaster, OH 43130
Beavers Field was an idea of Al Beavers many years ago when he was coaching the American Legion Post 11 Baseball team (1974-1988). After playing on several nice ballparks around the country, Al thought it would be nice to build a field to play Legion baseball instead of the local high school fields. Al felt if land could be acquired close to the city, it could become a community project. After inquiring about available land owned by the County, it was discovered that several acres were leased for farming on Rt 37 (Granville Pike). With a July 1987 telephone conversation and several months of negotiating, an agreement was reached with the County Commissioners to a long term lease of the 13 1/2 acres to a non profit corporation - Fairfield County Baseball Complex Association Inc. (FCBCA). With the land available, the next step was to raise money to get this hillside property to resemble a baseball complex.
Look through the gallery and see how the field develops.
Beavers Field is a proud supporter of American Legion Baseball (ALB).
ALB is perhaps the finest summer baseball program available for high school students in Ohio and the Nation. ALB has been turning out college and Major League Baseball players for decades.
But more than that, ALB prepares young men to be productive Citizens. High school aged young men are invited to participate in the nation’s most competitive youth baseball program, which has taught teamwork, good sportsmanship and physical fitness to generations of young men, along with promoting citizenship in their communities.