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The story of Travis Fields began in 1956 when the City of Bryan purchased 29 acres of property from the First National Bank. The Bryan Bombers, a class-c minor league baseball team, was already occupying a portion of the land for their professional baseball stadium (now the Brazos Valley Bombers at Edible Stadium). In mid-1983, more fields were added for use by Bryan Little League and enjoyed by players, families, and the citizens of Bryan for the next 38 years.

In 2020, Travis Fields became part of the Midtown Park development. The entire complex was renovated to include three synthetic turf baseball and softball fields and eight batting cages.  In addition, PlaySight live-streaming capabilities, Musco Sports Lighting, a high-quality concessions facility, a shaded play structure, and permanent seating were included to ensure Travis Fields remains a premier facility for years to come.

Since its re-opening in February 2021, Travis Fields has become a place for all ages to connect with the rich heritage of Bryan through recreational activities. It has remained home to the Bryan United Little League while expanding to host other local teams, statewide tournaments, and international events like the ANB Summer Slam featuring youth players from Australia.

With a renewed commitment to impactful recreation, the Play for Easton Memorial Tournament was established with a mission to provide assistance, scholarship, and support to remove financial barriers for sports children in the Brazos Valley. In addition, Travis Fields hosts adult recreational leagues and events facilitated by RCI Sports which promotes community-centric events like Winter Wonderland and the Brazos Valley Marine Corps League  Toy Drive.

The redevelopment of Travis Fields would not be possible without the citizens of Bryan, Texas, and the vision of the following individuals:

Andrew Nelson, Mayor

Flynn Adcock, Councilmember

Jason Bienkis, Councilmember 

Bobby Gutierrez, Councilmember

Ben Hardeman, Councilmember

Brent Hartson, Councilmember

Prentiss Madison, Councilmember

Reuben Marin, Councilmember

Greg Owens, Councilmember

Buppy Simank, Councilmember

Jayson Barfknecht, Public Works Director,

Frank Clark, Project Manager,

Linda Cornelius, Park, Recreation and Facilities Director

Paul Kaspar, City Engineer

Kean Register, City Manager

Hugh Walker, Deputy City Manager

Burditt Consultants LLC, Architect

Core Construction Services of Texas Inc, General Contractor

Mitchell & Morgan LLP, Civil Engineer

Rally Cap Investments LLC, Facility Manager

Special recognition is given to Linda Cornelius, Bryan Parks & Recreation and Facilities Director, whose commitment to safe and fun recreational activities transformed the City of Bryan Parks. Cornelius' leadership guided the redevelopment of Bryan Midtown Park and Travis Fields, creating a lasting legacy for the community. Field number one is named in honor of her passion and unwavering desire to enhance recreation in the City of Bryan.

Today, Travis Fields is managed by RCI Sports Management Solutions which is committed to building and strengthening communities by elevating where and how recreational sports are played, connections are formed, and memories are made.

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