Bill Davis Stadium is a baseball venue located in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The stadium is home to the Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team of the Big Ten Conference and is named for William C. "Bill" Davis. Before his death, he was chairman and president of Davis Enterprises, builder and developer of commercial and residential subdivisions.
The stadium has a capacity of 4,450 and had a record attendance of 5,360, versus the Minnesota Golden Gophers baseball team on May 18, 2002. In 2010, the Buckeyes ranked 46th in Division I college baseball in attendance, averaging 1,235 per home game.