Oil City Stadium at Standard Diamonds Park
Standard Diamonds Park was a part of the first phase of the City of Whiting's $50 million Lake Front Developement Project. It was Designed by American Structurepoint Inc. and Context, LLC, and built by Powers & Sons Construction Company, Inc.
The stadium combines a unique history, with a progressive way of thinking, to create the premiere amateur stadium in the Midwest. The name Oil City Stadium celebrates Whiting's history as a refinery town tucked away in the Northwest corner of Indiana for over 120 years. The BP Refinery, located just beyond they outfield fence is a constant reminder of the blue collar attitude Whiting was built on.
Oil City Stadium at Standard Diamonds Park is called home to Whiting High School, the Calumet College of St. Joseph Men's Baseball Program, and your three-time Midwest Collegiate League champion Northwest Indiana Oilmen.