A sign WSU baseball project getting closer?

THERE HAS BEEN no official word yet but if you’ve recently been out to Bailey-Brayton Field at Washington State, you noticed something different.

On the last weekend of the baseball season, Cougar fans were greeted with some new signage.

The guess here is that WSU is getting closer to securing final funding on the baseball clubhouse project. Based on our reading of the tea leaves, however, our guess is the project would not go to the regents for final approval until the fall. (The regents meet this week and then have scheduled meetings in September, October and November).  Still, WSU putting up the signage is a positive indication that things are moving in the right direction.

About a month ago, Bill Moos told CF.C Washington State was roughly $1 million away on the $9.5 million baseball project.

The state-of-the-art facility will feature a 1,800 square-foot locker room, pitching lab, academic area, team meeting room, plus coaches offices and areas for Cougar equipment and training areas.

Additionally, the facility will feature a nearly 1,400 square-foot Hall of Fame area, displaying the great players and moments in Cougar baseball history.


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