Facilities

BEARDEN BASEBALL FACILITIES

Phil Garner

Phil Garner

The Bearden Baseball facilities are one of the area's prime locations for high school baseball games, tournaments events.  Phil Garner, the namesake for our park, is a 1967 graduate of Bearden High School  He played three seasons for the Tennessee Vols, was a two-time All-SEC player, and earned honorable mention recognition in 1970. Garner was Oakland’s top pick in the MLB supplemental draft, and made his big league debut in 1975.  His playing career ended with the San Francisco Giants in 1988.

Arial View of Phil Garner Field

Aerial View of Phil Garner Field

In 2014, Bearden’s baseball facilities underwent major upgrade.  With the help of a very gracious Jim Bruner, former Bulldog baseball and football alum, Bearden constructed a brand new, state-of-the-art press and concessions facility, new bleachers and seating area, and a concourse unlike any other in high school baseball.  During this process, Bearden also added a new five-cage hitting facility attached to the right field fence, and a lifting facility in what was the old indoor facility.  These renovations have made Phil Garner Ballpark one of the finest high school facilities in the state.

Bearden Indoor Hitting Facility

Bearden Indoor Hitting Facility

 

Work Out Facility

Work Out Facility