Outstanding Fan Support
Spring just wouldn't be the same in West Texas without the sights, sounds and smells of Red Raider Baseball. Red Raider fans annually turn out in droves to Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park and make Texas Tech one of the top producing programs in the country in home attendance each season.
The atmosphere at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park is unrivaled and is created by a very loyal fan base. The Lubbock community is known across the state as a true baseball community and our fans take total ownership of the program. The community has deep roots in college baseball not only with Texas Tech but also with Lubbock Christian University (2009 NAIA National Champions) and the College Baseball Foundation and Hall of Fame (headquartered right here in Lubbock).
If you want to go to a school where the attendance numbers reach into the thousands instead of the 100's - then Texas Tech is the place for you. | Photo Gallery
First Pitch Luncheon
One of the highlights of the baseball season takes place before the first pitch is thrown on Opening Day. The annual First Pitch Luncheon draws over 1,000 die-hard supporters to the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center each year. The event serves as a fundraiser for the program but most importantly gives our fans their first glimpse of the new team.
The Tech Hecklers
Arguably one of the most famous fan groups in all of college baseball, the Tech Hecklers are major supporters of Red Raider baseball both in the stands and financially. The Hecklers contribute thousands of dollars each year to help make Red Raider Baseball one of the finest programs in the country. | Photo Gallery
The Texas Tech Baseball team is embraced each spring by thousands in the Lubbock community and so each fall the Red Raiders try to give back to a community that gives so much. In October of 2008, the Red Raiders began a special relationship with the Lubbock Chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation by serving as race hosts at the 2008 Race For The Cure.
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