Omaha’s Johnny Rosenblatt stadium has been synonymous with the College world Series since the tournament’s inception in 1950. The Road to Omaha for years meant young baseball hopefuls graced this beloved field with hopes of a national championship. with its iconic red, yellow, and blue grandstand, this baseball diamond in America’s heartland charmed the herts of coaches, fans and athletes nationwide who traveled far and wide to experience and pay witness to America’s favorite pastime. When the lease on the tournament’s longest home expired, TD Ameritrade Stadium was built in order to meet the needs and regulations of a new generation. An effort to Save Rosenblatt was launched, but the stadium was unable to be saved. Many fans still cherish the nostalgic memories of a bygone era, where baseball greats once played long before the big leagues.