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Fact Sheet

 

 

Description
A $28 million Spring Training Complex/Stadium specially designed to house two Major League Baseball teams. The complex is the newest and most state-of-the-art facility of its kind in Florida. The stadium features luxury sky-box seating, permanent seating, parking and concessions.

Open Date
February 28, 1998

Name

Formerly known as Roger Dean Stadium from 1998-2017. 

Ownership
Palm Beach County

Management
Florida Marlins & St. Louis Cardinals

Location
Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is located on approximately 110 acres within the Abacoa Community. Abacoa is located on Donald Ross Road, approximately ¼ mile east of Interstate 95.

Baseball
Spring Training is held during the months of February and March. The Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals share the facility during this time. The stadium is one of only four facilities in the country that has two Major League teams during Spring Training. The Jupiter Hammerheads and Palm Beach Cardinals of the Florida State League (Class A Advanced) make their home at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium from April through August. The stadium is the only one in the country that hosts two Minor League Baseball teams on a permanent basis.

Capacity
The ballpark features field box, loge box, bleacher, grass berm, and luxury skybox seating. The stadium can accommodate approximately 6,800 fans. It seats approximately 6,600 and another 200 fans can spread out on a blanket and catch a closer glimpse of the game from the Grass Berm, located just in front of the Party Deck in right field.

Dimensions
Left Field - 335 feet
Left-Center Field -380 feet
Center Field - 400 feet
Right-Center Field - 375 feet
Right Field - 325 feet

Special Events
Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is more than just a stadium... It can be rented out for the day to host a company picnic, meeting, fund-raiser, graduation ceremony or a private function. The stadium regularly hosts over 20 outside events each year. The facility is also the host to two of the largest high school baseball tournaments in the country, the USA Baseball Junior Olympic Tournament in June and the Baseball America/Perfect Game Baseball Wood Bat Championship in October