Art Nehf Field
Rose-Hulman plays it home baseball games at Art Nehf Field. Recent renovations include new dugouts, lights, a new press box, club seating area, improved fencing, batting cages, bullpen areas and an inning-by-inning scoreboard. Art Nehf Field served as the site for the 2005 and 2006 NCAA Division III Mideast Regionals.
Born in 1892 in Terre Haute, Arthur Neukom Nehf played baseball for Rose-Hulman (then Rose Polytechnic Institute). He debuted in Major League Baseball with the Boston Braves in 1915 and was traded to the New York Giants in 1919. He was a key pitcher for the Giants from 1921-25. He closed out his pitching career with the pennant-winning Chicago Cubs in 1929. In total, he played 15 seasons in Major League Baseball, including a stint with the Cincinnati Reds.