2017 marked the opening of the newest Spring Training ballpark, the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. As noted in its name the ballpark is located in Palm Beach and is the new Spring Training home of the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. The facility is a total fan-friendly Spring Training destination, that not only features

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Tradition Field, Spring Training home of the New York Mets


Originally known as Thomas J. White Stadium, First Data Field is the spring home of the New York Mets and the summer home the St. Lucie Mets Minor League team. It has been the home of the Mets since 1988 and was most recently renovated in 2004 and 2012. The ballpark has a seating capacity

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Roger Dean Stadium, Spring Training home of the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals


A $28 million Spring Training Complex/ Stadium specifically designed to house two Major League Baseball teams is the home to the St. Louis Cardinals and the Miami Marlins. The complex was one of the first designed to house two teams during Spring Training. The stadium features luxury sky-box seating, permanent seating, parking and concessions.

George Steinbrenner Field, Spring Training home of the New York Yankees


Originally known as Legends Field, George M. Steinbrenner Field is home to Yankee Legends each spring. Take a trip down memory lane as the greatest Yankees are honored with a retired number and plaque. The ballpark offers six main concession stands on the main concourse including hot dogs, beer, nachos and hamburgers. It has a

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Bill Hammond Stadium, Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins


The Lee County Complex is home to the Minnesota Twins each spring. It features five full and two half-fields, the centerpiece of which is the 7,500-seat Bill Hammond Stadium in which the major league Twins play their exhibition games and conduct some of their daily workouts. The Twins have played in Fort Myers since 1991.

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Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, Spring Training home of the Toronto Blue Jays


Dunedin has been the only spring home for the Toronto Blue Jays since their inception in 1977. Players workout at the Bobby Mattick Training Center at Englebert Complex for a couple of weeks in February before moving to the ballpark for spring training games. The current ballpark replaced Grant Field in 1990. Built at a

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Charlotte Sports Park - Spring Training home of the Tampa Bay Rays


In 2009, an old spring training stadium was revived as the Tampa Bay Rays moved to Port Charlotte from Al Lang Field in Tampa. Built in 1988, the Charlotte Sports Park was the spring training home of the Texas Rangers until 2001. The stadium sat empty after the Rangers moved their spring training operations to

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JetBlue Park, Spring Training home of the Boston Red Sox


The 2017 Grapefruit Season marks the Red Sox’s sixth season at JetBlue Park, the newest ballpark in the league. Dubbed the Fenway Park of the South, it will feature many characteristics of the Red Sox’s ballpark. It will feature a 37 foot Green Monster wall in left field featuring seating atop and a restored manual

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Bright House Field, spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies


Spectrum Field is designed with a classic Floridian architectural style and has been the Spring Training home of the Philadelphia Phillies since 2004. It’s the third ballpark the Phillies have trained at in Clearwater since 1948. The ballpark features a 360-degree main concourse open to the playing field Group picnic areas, party suites, club seats

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Joker Marchant Stadium, Spring Training home of the Detroit Tigers


The 2017 Spring Training season will mark the Tigers 83rd season at “Tiger Town” in Lakeland, extending the longest-lasting relationship between a major league baseball team and a current Spring Training host city. Since 1934 the Tigers have been playing in Lakeland, moving into Joker Marchant Stadium in 1966. It opened with a seating capacity

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