The Daily is reporting that Ray Fisher Stadium will have field turn installed in the summer of 2014.
Starting in the fall of 2014, visitors to Ray Fisher Stadium, home of the Michigan baseball team, will no longer be able smell the fresh cut grass or hear the crunch of the dirt underneath player’s spikes.
This is because Michigan will replace its current natural field at the Wilpon Complex with an all-turf surface.
"Thank God for us, we are actually getting a turf field next year at the end of the summer, which will be a huge boost for us,” said Michigan coach Erik Bakich on WTKA last week.
The installation is expected to dramatically increase the number of days Michigan can practice outdoors during the season and the off season.