Hyames Field was built in 1939 dedicated to Judson Hyames a bronco baseball player WMU Head Baseball coach and Director of Physical Education and Athletics. The Broncos home park served as the site of the first two College World Series played in 1947 and 1948. The 1947 game saw eventual American League "Most Valuable Player" Jackie Jensen playing outfield for California while playing first base for Yale that afternoon was future U.S. President George Bush. Hyames Field is also known for its unique hill bank which runs along the right field foul line and is a popular spot for sun bathing on game-day afternoons. Model by G. Martinka.