Baseball at the University of Michigan has been played on its current site since 1923. Prior to the 2015 season, the playing surface was covered with FieldTurf™ for year-round play, and the latest round of enhancements also featured a new video board, bullpens and increased space in the dugouts.
The architecture includes brick and stone, consistent with that of the central athletic campus. The stands are barrier-free and include 2,500 seats, of which 1,700 have seatbacks. A three-story addition includes administrative offices, a state-of-the-art press box, improved public restrooms, concession areas and a ticket office.
Adjacent to the stadium is a 1,600-square foot locker room that features 30-inch lockers, five television screens, a lounge area, a training room and a nutrition lounge. The locker room connects directly to the 5,750-square-foot indoor hitting facility that includes retractable doors for ventilation during the summer months and is heated for year-round use. The hitting facility includes two dirt mounds, pitching machines, three indoor batting cages and a state-of-the-art video hitting system. Along the leftfield line are three outdoor hitting cages, in addition to four down the rightfield line.
In addition to hosting Michigan's regular-season games, Fisher Stadium has also been the site of several Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournaments.