The Carmel Greyhounds are ecstatic about their upgraded varsity baseball field.
The home of Greyhound Baseball since 1988, Hartman Field received a much-needed renovation to improve athletic performance and safety.
A new artificial turf field lets Carmel use the field year-round. Movable pitching mounds eliminate tripping hazards in the bullpen area. Spectators, staff and students also enjoy a better experience, thanks to amenities like a new entry, new LED lighting and a new press box.
Other upgrades include new batting cages, new ADA walkways, and press box, dugout and bleacher additions to the Junior Varsity field.
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