One of the most picturesque ballparks in the nation, Tointon Family Stadium has played a major role in Kansas State’s successful rise to prominence over the past decade and has turned the venue into a true home-field advantage. Named in honor Bob and Betty Tointon – the principle benefactors of the stadium improvements – the $3.1 million improvement project in the early 2000s turned the then-50-year-old stadium into not only one of the finest in the Midwest, but also in the fiercely competitive Big 12 Conference.
The 1,500 square foot John Allen Strength Center is located behind the first base dugout of the stadium and also houses the office of the program's full-time strength coach.
The baseball-only weight room features four Power Lift half racks for core exercises, including squat and bench lifts; two Vertimax Platforms and Plyo Press for concentration on lower body strength, explosion and quickness; a Life Fitness cable motion pulley machine which provides motion training for pitchers and hitters in a versatile set of exercises; a full set of Iron Grip dumbbells; Life Fitness cardiovascular exercise machines and a wide variety; three Glute Ham Raise machines by Power Lift and power development equipment by Speed City.
K-State also has the luxury of one of the few indoor practice facilities for baseball in the nation. The Brandeberry Indoor Practice Facility allows K-State baseball to have access to two full-length batting cages, portable pitching mounds and enough space to conduct full infield and bullpen workouts.
Brandeberry provides a crucial advantage for K-State baseball, allowing constant access to practice time throughout the winter months and during occasional rainy days in the Spring. Split squad practices are also possible by using the large indoor facility.
New FieldTurf installed in 2006 gave Brandeberry a facelift, and matches the same surface found on the playing surface at Tointon Family Stadium.