Ragin’ Cajuns Ranked 21st Best College Baseball Experience In Country
Everybody in Cajun Nation knows how fun it is to watch a baseball game at M.L. Tigue Moore Field. It's one of the best experiences in the country, and now the rest of the nation is starting to recognize it.
Scout.com released their list of the best college baseball experiences in America, and the Ragin' Cajuns checked in at 21st on the list. Here was their reasoning:
Located on the campus of the University of Louisiana Lafayette, M.L. Tigue Moore Field has served as homefield to the Ragin' Cajuns baseball team since 1978. The ballpark features a newly installed synthetic turf system, a seating capacity of 3,755, and 71 foot scoreboard featuring video replay and graphics. If you consider yourself a college baseball fan, a visit to The Tigue in south Louisiana needs to be on your bucket list.
Just think, they already like the experience. They didn't even factor in the new renovations that fans hope will be finished before the start of next baseball season.
The Ragin' Cajuns sold out of season tickets before last season even started, and the fan base consistently ranks near the top of annual attendance charts. It seems like every time a "big program" comes to play in Lafayette, they walk away feeling like they played in an incredibly unique place. The face of the stadium will get a new look, but the heart and soul of the place will stay the same.
LSU topped the list, but check out Scout.com's entire list, from #1 all the way to #50, and judge for yourself. In your opinion, where should the Cajuns rank?