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PK Park

About PK Park

PK Park at a Glance

Trivia: Ryan Fleckenstein was credited with the first win at PK Park after pitching one inning of shutout relief, and Eddie Rodriguez scored the game-winning run as the Ducks defeated defending CWS champion Fresno State on Feb. 27, 2009.

PK Park opened on Feb. 27, 2009 to a soldout crowd and a thrilling 1-0 victory over the 2008 defending College World Series champion Fresno State Bulldogs.

PK Park embodies the excitement and ambition of the Ducks’ newly-resurrected baseball program.

Fans won’t have to miss a single pitch at PK Park, which is designed around a single, open concourse that provides incredible views to the entire playing field. Continuing the tradition of the University’s top-quality athletic facilities, designers also incorporated festival areas between PK Park and Autzen Stadium, offering fans a place to gather and celebrate the Ducks’ success.

PK Park is equipped with a full home locker room and players’ lounge, as well as a state-of-the-art video board.

The John Conrad Pressbox features four radio/television broadcast booths, an audio/visual game operations booth, and a large press area. There are also eight fully-loaded luxury suites with indoor and outdoor seating.

Creating one of the most ADA compliant stadiums in the country, the park is fully accessible with ramps and seating at both the concourse and field level.

The park has specially designed lighting structures. From the ground level, it is 47 feet 10 inches to the top of the facility, enhancing the intimacy for the Oregon baseball team and spectators.

Eugene architect firm Cameron, McCarthy, Gilbert & Scheibe was the lead landscape architectural firm on the first phase of construction, with Larry Gilbert leading the project.

Player Development Area (PDA)

Opened in January 2013, the indoor PDA features four full batting cages that can be separated into eight cages. The facility cages are also retractable allowing infield to be taken inside the PDA.


The field is made of an all-weather baseball specific FieldTurf, with clay mounds and bullpens. FieldTurf is the leading provider of collegiate baseball synthetic turf and has been installing similar products at college ballparks around the country.

NCAA Tournaments Hosted

NCAA Regionals: 2012,2013

Super Regionals: 2012

Top 10 Paid Attendance Figures at PK Park

Rank Atten. Date Opponent Result
1 4,825* June 11, 2012 Kent State L, 3-2
2 4,177* June 9, 2012  Kent State L, 7-6


May 18, 2013 Oregon State L, 9-0
  3,892 April 27, 2013 Stanford W, 6-4
  3,892 April 28, 2012 California W, 3-2
6 3,843* June 10, 2012 Kent State W, 3-2
7 3,820 May 17, 2013 Oregon State W, 3-0
8 3,791 May 1, 2010 Washington State W, 6-0
9 3,771^ June 1, 2012 Austin Peay W, 6-5
10 3,762 May 19, 2013 Oregon State L, 12-2

^NCAA Regional / *NCAA Super Regional

Attendance by Year

Year Dates Total AVG. Conf. Rank Nat'l
2009 23 55,185 2,399 2 23
2010 27 64,498 2,388 2 27
2011 30 53,924 1,797 3 33
2012 37 78,760 2,128 3 29
2013 34 67,026 1,971 4 34
2014 32 52,640 1,645 5


2015 41 48,833 1,575 4


2016 29 48,378 1,668  


PK Park Fun Facts

  • 1st Oregon Win – 1-0 vs. Fresno State (2/27/09)
  • 50th Oregon Win – 8-7 vs. Long Beach State (3/4/12)
  • 100th Oregon Win – 6-1 vs. San Francisco (6/2/13)
  • PK Park Career Hits Leader – Ryon Healy - 107
  • PK Park Career Home Runs Leader – Shaun Chase - 17
  • PK Park Career Wins Leader – Jeff Gold-19
  • PK Park Career Saves Leader – Jimmie Sherfy – 24
  • Total capacity of 4,000; including 3,000 fixed seats, tiered party plaza named “Fowl Territory”, picnic plaza, and 8 upper level suites
  • Open concourse with great views of the entire synthetic turf playing field
  • Entry plazas, walkways, and in-stadium concourse serve as festival areas for other events at Autzen Stadium complex
  • Features an intimate seating bowl with large overhead canopy to protect spectators, numerous fan amenities, suites, press facilities, team locker and training facilities, storage, and dynamic entry plazas that tie into the overall Autzen Stadium complex
  • Designed to meet State of Oregon Energy-Efficient Design guidelines (SEED) and the University of Oregon Sustainable Development Plan
  • Future expansion plan allows for additional 16 suites and expandable seating bowl
  • The park includes a state-of-the-art video board
  • The surface is an all-weather baseball specific FieldTurf product, with clay mounds and bullpens.

“We have designed PK Park with all the features and amenities necessary to help the University of Oregon baseball program quickly establish itself as a regular on the ‘Road to Omaha’. The Ducks’ passionate fans will find their new ballpark to be one of the best places in the country to cheer on their favorite team,” said Greg Garlock, Designer and Principal with DLR Group.

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Gameday Information

Prohibited Items

Alcohol is not permitted in PK Park, except at the Hospitality Tent where it is legally dispensed.

Smoking will not be permitted in the seating, aisle, or covered areas of PK Park. Spectators can move to designated areas on the concourse if they wish to smoke.

Umbrellas will be allowed as long as they do not interfere with other patron's view. Glass or metal containers, vacuum bottles or other similar insulated containers (thermos-type containers), open plastic beverage containers (unless empty), weapons, fireworks, laser pointers, noise makers, explosives or munitions are not permitted inside P.K. Park. Patrons agree as a condition of the ticket license to allow inspection of any articles capable of concealing these prohibited items.

The throwing of frisbees, balls, or other such objects is not allowed inside P.K. Park, tunnel or ramp areas.

Rainout Policy

Fans should look for an announcement on or call the rain out number, 541-346-5010, to check if a game is postponed or canceled due to weather. There is a possibility that a rained out game on Friday could be made up before the Saturday game, or a Saturday game before a Sunday game.

In the event 5 innings of a game are not played, except when the Ducks are in the lead at the end of 4 1/2 innings, all tickets to the postponed game are good for the announced make-up game.

If attending the announced make-up game, the original ticket is used for entry to the park. No refunds will be given.

Season Tickets

If a game is canceled, season tickets holders will receive a credit for that game ticket(s). The credit can either be used for single game tickets, subject to availability, for the 2014 season, otherwise it will be applied to their 2015 baseball season tickets. No refunds will be given.

Single Game Tickets

Customers that purchased single game tickets can exchange them for tickets to a future 2014 regular season game, subject to availability, barring exceptions. Please note that remaining credit from premium games exchanged for non-premium games will not be refunded. No refunds will be given.

Tickets can be exchanged in advance at the Oregon Athletic Ticket office at the Casanova Center, by mail or in person, or the day of the game at the North Ticket building at Autzen Stadium 90 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.

Entrances into PK Park

There are two public entrances into the Park, one by the North Ticket Building (on MLK Boulevard) and the other by the East Gate at Autzen Stadium. The entrance by the East gate will be the quickest way for fans to get to their seats if they park at Autzen.


Fans will be able to leave and re-enter PK Park, but they MUST get their hand stamped before leaving the park and return with their game ticket. If they do not get their hand stamped they will not be able to re-enter the facility.

Accessible Seats & ADA parking

There are reserved accessible seats located in both the chairback and bleacher sections at PK Park. Season ticket holders can exchange their seat(s) for accessible seats, though they can't upgrade from bleacher to chairback sections. If tickets are available to the general public to purchase before each game, there will also be accessible seats available for purchase.

ADA parking will be located in the Autzen parking lots in designated spaces near the east gate.

LTD Shuttles

There will not be a specific LTD shuttle during baseball games, though there is a regularly scheduled bus (13 Centennial) that has a stop in front of the North Ticket Building.

Concessions/Hospitality Tent

There will be two concession stands and various concession carts for the 2011 season. A stand will be located behind homeplate (section 7) along with concession carts around the concourse area. A hospitality tent, called Fowl Territory, will also be located near the South gate of PK Park serving food, soda, and beer. The tent is open to the public for each game, though beer is not allowed to leave the tent area. The sale of beer in the hospitality tent will end at the start of the bottom of the 7th inning.

All concession stands, not carts, will be able to take credit cards (Visa or Mastercard) as a payment for purchases.

Duck Store

A Duck Store tent will be located on the 3rd base concourse level for all home games. There will NOT be an ATM inside PK Park for the 2011 season.


There will be a Men's and Women's restroom on the concourse level of PK Park. In addition, portable toilet stations will be located on the ground level of the park.

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Directions to PK PArk

The baseball stadium is located next to Autzen Stadium on 2760 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Eugene, Oregon, 97401

From I-5 North

  • Take exit 194B to merge onto I-105 W/OR 126 toward Eugene
  • Once on Hwy. 126, take exit 2 for Coburg Road
  • Turn left at Southwood Lane
  • Take first left onto Country Club Road
  • Continue on Club Road
  • Turn right at Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard (PK Park is on your right directly after you pass Autzen Stadium)

From I-5 South

  • Take exit 192 for OR-99 towards Eugene
  • Merge onto Franklin Boulevard/OR-99 N; continue to follow OR-99 N
  • Exit on the left onto Coburg Road toward I-105/I-5/Springfield
  • Turn right at Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard (PK Park is on your right directly after you pass Autzen Stadium)

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