Dick Putz and Joe Faber Baseball Stadiums

Municipal Athletic Complex
5001 Veterans Drive
St. Cloud, MN 56303
Stadium Profiles

The Municipal Athletic Complex is made up of five components with (2) baseball fields, (2) Ice Arenas and an excutive Par 30 golf course.

The initial baseball field, which is known today as Dick Putz Field was opened in 1971 for baseball. Over the next 40 years Dick Putz Field has gone under several upgrades and renovations, making it one of the finest fields in the Nation. In 1993, Dick Putz Field was honored by the National High School Coaches Association as recipient of its 1993 "Field of the Year". In 1998, the addition of Joe Faber Field made the MAC a unique complex with two beautiful regulation size baseball fields side-by-side. Each year the two fields average over 400 games between the two of them. Teams from the area high schools, colleges, VFWs, Legions and amateur leagues make up the groups using these two fields. Each year the field host several prestigious tournaments starting with the State Class "AA" tournament, sandwiched by Legion and Amateur tournaments and winding up with St. Cloud Rox playoffs and Amateur state tournament qualification games.

The MAC hosts the St. Cloud Rox which is a team from the collegiat "wooden bat" Northwoods League. The Rox play 35+ games a year each summer.
In 1998 the MAC opened its second stadium, Joe Faber Field. This field lies directly to the north of Dick Putz Field. The two full facility stadiums, only 200 feet apart, make for an excellent situation for hosting tournaments, playoff games and state tournaments

Photo courtesy of Butkowski Digital Imaging

Views of Dick Putz Field

Views of Joe Faber Field
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