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Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter

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4.5/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Roger Dean Stadium is a multi-facility baseball complex located in the Abacoa community of Jupiter, Fla. It is known for being the only complex in the United States to host two MLB teams for Spring Training and two full-season MiLB teams, operating out of the Florida State League.

The stadium is the Spring Training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins, which share the complex annualy from mid-February until late March. The team's respective Class-A Advanced affiliates, the Palm Beach Cardinals and Jupiter Hammerheads, share the stadium during their Florida State League seasons as well.

Opened in 1998, Roger Dean Stadium has a capacity of around 6,800 people, two permanent levels of seating and a wide array of merchandise and concessions options. The complex also contains two fully equipped clubhouses for the respective Major League teams, along with practice fields, batting cages, training equipment and more.

The St. Louis Cardinals and Jupiter Hammerheads have occupied Roger Dean Stadium since it's beginning in 1998. The Cardinals shared the complex with the Montreal Expos until 2002 when the Marlins moved in, sending the Expos (now known as the Washington Nationals) to Space Coast Stadium in Viera, Fla. The Palm Beach Cardinals began play at Roger Dean in 2003, taking over as St. Louis' Class-A Advanced affiliate. The stadium is also home to the Gulf Coast League affiliates of the Marlins and Cardinals.

While Roger Dean Stadium is an one-of-a-kind baseball venue, it is also host to numerous events, concerts, fundraisers and other community functions. For more information on everything Roger Dean, please visit the official website at
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  • OMG. What a great place to see the NY Mets and Miami Marlins work out and play pre season baseball.... 
  • Great place to see a ballgame especially in March when the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals are there for Spring Training. You will get to see them play other Major League Baseball Teams like the...  read more »
  • This stadium is in a perfect location and is affordable for multiple visits per summer! The level of baseball is much better than you might expect. Some will go all the wY to the majors! 
  • Really nice ballpark. I haven't been to many minor league ballparks in recent years, so I can't compare this place to any others, but it is really nice. Way nicer than any parks I remember when I was a kid. Covered parking is available nearby and afterwards there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance if you want something more than hot dogs to eat.
  • Fun!! We came to have a fun family night and had an awesome time. Wasn't that crowded so we were able to sit where we wanted and got great seats. Definitely worth comming. We will definitely be doing this more often.
  • We traveled here during an early summer vacation to visit Cardinals Spring Training and had a blast. Just be forewarned that during day games there isnt a ton of shade on the seats so be prepared and stay hydrated. Theres a BIG selection of Spring training apparel for sale and a lot of different food options.
  • One of the best places I have ever watched the baseball. Gosh darn it I swear it was like i was actually there. The women were beautiful and the birds chirped the day away. Caught a foul ball and gave it to my wife for our anniversary. She loved it. Wants another one next year! The hot dogs! Don't get me started on those Franks, I ate so many that me and my kids had to hitchhike home. By golly that was the best soccer game I have ever been to!
  • I fell in love with this stadium. I really wanna go back for spring training! Go Cards!
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