|Randal R. Sadler Stadium serves as the home of the Earlham College baseball program. Located on the south side of campus, it was built during the summer of 2013. It is named for former Earlham baseball player Randy Sadler, who is a 1973 graduate.
The stadium features an all-turf playing surface, and playing dimensions of 310 feet down the left field line, 390 feet to straight-a-way center field and 325 feet to right field.
On the first base side there is a hitting area that is 80 feet by 45 feet, which includes two cages and drill area. There also bullpens next to each dugout. A unique feature is the Maroon Monster, which is a 30-foot high fence that extends 50 feet from the left field line.
On the outside of the stadium, there is a viewing mound down the right field line. There are also 180 chair back seats, bleachers and party patio seating area.
A two-story facility behind home plate features the Cliff Dickman Media Center, the Avis Stewart Clubhouse, Earlham's baseball locker room, concessions, coach's offices, umpire room, training room and rest rooms. A video scoreboard was added prior to the 2017 season.
Driving Directions to Sadler Stadium
To get to the stadium from campus travel on College Avenue to SW G Street and turn East (Left) to SW 5th Street (Next cross street), Turn South (right) onto SW 5th. Take SW 5th to Earlham Drive and turn West (right). You will see the stadium and parking area.