Bob Reed Field is the home of Wolverine baseball. Adjacent to Scott D. Miller Stadium at Wesley West, the field received a facelift in the summer of 2007. A press box was installed, a new scoreboard put in and improvements were made to the field itself. There is bleacher-style seating for 400. The complex also features "minor league" style fencing, irrigation system, enlarged scoreboard, bullpens and a batting cage. All of the features, were part of the $40 million in facilities projects funded as part of the $67 "Campaign for Wesley."
The field is named for former Wolverine head coach Bob Reed, who spent 31 years in the Wesley dugout. Coach Reed was at the helm of the program's first 13 NCAA Division III squads after the school achieved four-year status. Coach Reed also coached Wesley for 18 seasons at the junior college level.
In addition to being the home of Wolverine baseball, Reed Field
has been the home of, among other tournaments, the Delaware
American Legion Championships.