The base for one of the Midwest's finest Division I collegiate baseball programs, Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium, has undergone a number of changes over the past year. The installation of a FieldTurf infield, a new locker room and coaches' offices, the construction of a new seating area with both chairback and bleacher seats and a larger press box and parking lot highlight the renovation of the entire facility.
On the field, the Sycamores play on a FieldTurf infield and natural grass outfield, providing the team with an environment that allows for competition when weather conditions would force other facilities to stop play. New dugouts and bullpen mounds have also been installed over the past two seasons.
Off the field, Indiana State provides numerous facilities to aid the baseball team in their success, including: a new locker room and coaches offices at Sycamore Stadium, a total of 2,000 chairback and bleacher seats for fans, a press box that allows for numerous radio broadcasts for Indiana State and their visitors, expanded parking and an indoor facility located two blocks from the playing field.
In their three years under head coach Rick Heller at Sycamore Stadium, the Sycamores have tallied a 51-22 record in their home contests.