Big League Clubhouse
Texas Tech Baseball has one the most impressive clubhouses in all of college baseball and from the minute you walk in the door, you will feel right at home. The pride and tradition of Red Raider Baseball is displayed everywhere you look and serves as huge source of motivation for our team whether practicing or preparing for a game. The clubhouse underwent a $75,000 renovation in the summer of 2009 and the new amenities are incredible. The player's dressing room features a 67-inch, high-definition television along with theater style seating, wireless internet, individual seating at each locker and game tables. The clubhouse features an equipment room, coaches office and dressing room, a spacious training room with a hot tub and indoor batting cages. | Photo Gallery
We will protect this house! The motto of Under Armour rings true for Red Raider Baseball and Dan Law Field - we do protect this house! On Nov. 10, 2008, Texas Tech signed one of the most exclusive apparel deals in the nation that will benefit every single student-athlete. The five-year, $11 million agreement gives Under Armour the right to provide uniforms, apparel and footwear to each of the university's 17 varsity athletic teams. | Photo Gallery
Beginning in July 2009, the Texas Tech intercollegiate student-athletes and coaches will be outfitted in Under Armour performance apparel, footwear and accessories from head to toe. In addition, the university's new department-wide outfitter agreement includes an annual Under Armour product allowance as well as a rights fee, marketing entitlements, event tickets, and retail licensing rights. | UA Website
In 2012 the Red Raider baseball program began its sponsorship with Rawlings for all of the team's bats, gloves, helmets, catchers' gear, travel bags and batting gloves. Since 1887, Rawlings mission has been centered on producing innovative, high-performance equipment for the professional player. | Photo Gallery | | Video
First Class Travel
Baseball is considered one of the four major sports at Texas Tech and the program is generously funded by both the university and the booster club (The Diamond Club). The Red Raiders frequently travel by air (including charter aircraft to northern Big 12 cities) to reduce missed class time. Tech also stays in outstanding hotels and travels to locations such as Southern California, Las Vegas and Florida just to name a few. As part of a rigorous non-conference schedule each year, Tech frequently plays in both major league and minor league venues and in turn those venues help raise the visibility of the program.
Under the direction of Assistant Athletic Trainer, Shawn Lindsey, baseball student-athletes receive top quality medical care during their time at Texas Tech. A staff of highly qualified physicians, work closely with our sports medicine staff to ensure the proper care of each player. Prevention of injury and illness is a major message and is designed to maintain the well-being of all student-athletes. The training room at Texas Tech is located just outside of the player's dressing room for easy convenience and the training staff is on-call 24 hours per-day. | Sports Medicine Website