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Double Play at Two Baseball Spring Training Venues

Double Play at Two Baseball Spring Training Venues

Roger Dean Aerial Photo

When they yell, “Play Ball,” in The Palm Beaches, they mean it. Four teams, two stadiums, all in one cool destination.   Take Me Out to This Ballpark   Use any baseball slang you want . . . double play, grand slam, walk off win . . . any of them will do in describing the new Ballpark of The Palm Beaches. When it opens later this month for Spring Training, it’s going to be a home run.   The wrap-around concourse greets everyone as they come in, from there it’s up to 6,500 seats. Then you have extras. The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches has two open-air party decks providing views from the suite level. And yes, that means premium suites with a variety of menu options, flat screen TVs, air conditioning, and panoramic views. Right behind the outfield wall, cozy up to The Left Field Bar for cold beers, cocktails, frozen drinks, and wine.    And by the way, the Ballpark is in West Palm Beach, near the 45th Street exit for Interstate 95, and it’s the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros moving this new stadium.   The Roger Dean Experience   About 20 minutes north from the rookie stadium is The Palm Beaches’ veteran baseball locale, Roger Dean Stadium. Found easily off the Donald Ross Road exit of Interstate I-95, Roger Dean has a style all its own.   From awesome sightlines to the BullPen Club to luxury suites to those famous Dean Dogs – Roger Dean welcomes fans to see the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins. And every January, it showcases local brews during the not-to-miss Jupiter Craft Beer Festival. But for now, find cold ones being poured for Spring Training.  


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