Built: 1998 | Capacity: 2,212 With views of Lake Washington and Mt. Rainier, the home of the University of Washington baseball team boasts one of the most beautiful settings in college baseball. This summer, the facility begins phase one of a $15-million overhaul that will make it one of the best college baseball complexes in the nation. Learn More Husky Ballpark opened in 1998, and has already seen several major upgrades, including installation of an enhanced state-of-the-art Field Turf infield surface and a separate, enclosed hitting facility, with several hitting cages, video capabilities and outdoor hitting areas. Located on the shore of Lake Washington's Union Bay, home run balls frequently splash down into the lake water. Each spring and summer, the facility hosts hundreds of games involving youth, high school, semi-pro and recreational teams in addition to all UW baseball competitions. The Huskies also call Safeco Field, the stomping grounds of the Seattle Mariners, home. The Dawgs have played at "The Safe" at least once in each of the last five seasons.