The World Series will be played August 2-9 at Jacobs Field at the University of Mobile, which is a four-year, private, Baptist affiliated university, established in 1961. Formerly known as Mobile College, the beautiful campus is located on 880 wooded acres.
Jacobs Field is named for Hall of Fame Coach Mike Jacobs, who founded the program and still leads the NAIA Rams today. With the help of the assistant coach Jon Seymour, the Rams have been very successful, competing in the Southern States Athletic Conference. 35 Rams have signed MLB contracts, 17 players were drafted, with 2 currently playing in the MLB. A few of Mobile’s notable alumni are J.C. Romero, Joe Espada, Kyle McPherson, and Saul Rivera.
This immaculate baseball complex has 588 permanent seats, electronic scoreboard, press box, coach’s office, concession stand and bathrooms, home & visitors bull pens, and the J.C. Romero Hitting Facility. In the fieldhouse, you will find, home team locker rooms and lounging area. This is a facility, and campus that students show off with pride.