1001 S. Rankin Street
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034
The indoor facility was opened for use in the winter of 2000. It was a long awaited event for the Memorial baseball team. The indoor gives the baseball team the oppurtunity to practice during the cold months. The indoor is a 80' x 80' freestanding metal building with a full heating and air system. It has five tunnels that are 14' x 70'. The Baseball Booster Club raised all of the money to build the hitting facility along with Mr. Frank Narcomey donating a lump sum amount. The facility was built by Southwind Construction. New carpeting was installed in 2010.
2006 brought about major changes in the facilities available to the Bulldog Baseball team. The Edmond Public School District completed the new DogHouse - a 50,000 sq ft facility that cost over two million dollars. The feature room of the facility is the 8,000 sq ft weight lifting facility, The Adams Room. The Edmond Memorial Football Foundation was charged with the task of providing the training equipment for the facility and was successful in the goal of raising over $125,000 to equip the room. The Adams Room sports the state of the art free weight lifting systems that enable 100 athletes to simultaneously lift. These facilities provide tremendous opportunities and advantages to current and prospective EMHS athletes. The Adams Room and the DogHouse are the finest high school training facilities in Western Oklahoma.
The Bulldog Baseball Field is regarded as one of the best high school baseball fields in the state of Oklahoma. There have been many improvements made to the field over the years. In 2001 new lights were added. In the fall of 2002, we added a new ticket booth, a stadium roof and a larger backstop. The latest renovations in 2010 included a new pressbox and new dugouts.