Dukes Baseball Complex Cumberland County College Baseball

The Cumberland County College Dukes Baseball Complex is the on-campus home of Dukes Baseball. The complex was renovated and reopened for the on March 4, 2012 in a doubleheader against Montgomery County Community College. Cumberland has also been the host of the Region XIX Baseball Final Four in 2016 and 2017. The Dukes reached the final both years and won the title in 2017.

The "DBC" measures 325 feet down the left field line, 320 feet to right, 350 feet down the alley ways, and 375 feet to straightaway center field.

In addition to the field, the Complex also includes batting cages and a team lounge room located close by beyond the parking area. Both home and away bullpens are complete with two mounds and a bullpen seating area that are in close proximity to each dugout to allow ease of communication.

The Dukes enjoy the comforts of their Team Lounge by hosting a variety of team activities
"Our Complex is arguably the best in our region. It has everything you would want as a player and coach, but most importantly, it is a great place to watch a ballgame" - Cumberland County College baseball head coach Keith Gorman

Bleacher seating surrounds home plate, but fans are able to view the game from anywhere around the complex. The viewing area beyond home plate is elevated and the grass area immediately behind the backstop allows for lawn chair seating and lounging while watching the Dukes. The press area is located between the seating area and the home dugout on the third base line.

The Dukes have won 3 Conference Championships and 2 Region 19 Championships since the renovation of the Dukes Baseball Complex

Since the renovation of the Complex, over 25 Dukes have received NCAA Scholarships with three players (Cody Stashak, Joe Zanghi, Will Latcham) currently in Major League Baseball organizations and one player (Anthony Lopez) playing overseas. Additionally, Cumberland has averaged 39 wins since 2012 and has collectively won the most games in Region 19 since 2014.

Former CCC President, Dr. Thomas Iskenegbe, receives special recognition from Sen. Jeff Van Drew on Opening Day, March 4, 2012

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