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Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter

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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 www.rogerdeanstadium.com
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  • We attended a Cardinals spring training game with my parents, siblings, and our 10 month old daughter. It was a great family atmosphere and we had a great time! Bring your sunscreen as most of the sea...  more »
  • In addition to hosting two major league teams during Spring training, the stadium fills the minor league seasons with two local farm teams.  more »
  • The stadium is very nice. However, all of their concessions are outrageously overpriced. Their prices are more for major league stadiums not 1A teams.  more »
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  • Spring training during February and March is a lot of fun. We had seats on the 12th row up from the dugout which gave us a MUCH closer view compared to the regular season stadium at St. Louis. Plenty on action for me. We watched the Cards beat the Astros. It is always fun when your team wins! Get your tickets on line at the St. Louis Cardinals box office website in January to get good seats.
  • Baseball is the greatest! This stadium has it all in a smaller size and feels more personal and intimate. I love attending games here.
  • A great stadium!. go early and enjoy the shops and food around the park. Wheelchair accessible parking is right in front. Ramps at either end of stadium lead to the field.
  • Went to watch the Detroit Tigers vs Florida Marlins. I'm a Tiger fan. All seats are good in the stadium. We sat between first and home in top section. Stadium was clean. They had a big police presents. Good security. Tigers won 7 to 1. Had to put that in. The new shade overhead is little to be desired. Big metal structure with some cheap tarps that are matrix and only block half the sun. that don't fit the structure well. Big gaps. Prices at the food places inside, in my opinion way to much especially after paying $40 a ticket. Have been to other much better stadiums to watch the Tigers for almost half the price and food and drink more reasonable. $9.50 a beer, $8 for nachos and cheese, $4.50 for a hot dog(not ball park franks(garbage meat), $9.75 for hamburger and fries(hamburgers are like white color(more garbage meat), $4.50 for water, $9.75 for a sausage on bun and $4.50 for bag of peanuts. All ridiculously priced. But we did have fun. I can go to Comerica park in Detroit were the Tigers play regular season for half the price and get a hot dog, chips and drink for $5.50. I won't be back to this stadium.
  • Proud to have this in our neck of the woods...nothing better than an old fashioned baseball game to bring back the nostalgia of growing up watching baseball with pops.