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It's Time to Play Ball

MLB Spring Training in The Palm Beaches

Four baseball teams, two stadiums, one cool destination.

If you’re a fan of baseball, there’s nothing better than Spring Training in Florida. Imagine: It’s sunny and warm (not too warm), and you’re at the ballpark with the family watching the Washington Nationals at The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches or cheering on their Spring Training neighbors, the St. Louis Cardinals, at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. The players are relaxed, signing autographs, talking to fans and learning to play as a team again after a winter break.
The Palm Beaches are the Spring Training location for the Nationals, Cardinals, Astros and Marlins. From superstars to rookies to guys just trying to make the team, Spring Training is a fan-friendly atmosphere everyone should experience at least once.

Houston Astros Spring Training

Watch the hot bats of Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman as they prepare for the 2021 season. Come see a full month of games at  The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches. The Astros first game is set for Sunday, Feb. 28, against the Miami Marlins.

Washington Nationals Spring Training

The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches is also the Spring Training home of the 2019 World Series-winning Washington Nationals. The Nats kick off Spring Training against the Astros on Monday, Mar. 1.

Visiting The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches

This park is intimate, yet world-class. With just 7,700 seats, Ballpark of The Palm Beaches is about a quarter of the size of MLB’s smallest regular-season stadium, but it offers big-league amenities, including a Craft Corner with 32 craft beers on tap, suites, lawn seats starting at just $10, and ample parking. Getting tickets in advance is advised, especially when the most popular teams are in town. 

Make a full-day experience out of your Spring Training outing to The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches. The West Palm Beach area is packed with things to do. Head to Manatee Lagoon to see the sea cows warming themselves in the waters just off shore. Or enjoy hikes ranging from 1/2-mile to 5 miles around bird-filled Winding Waters Natural Area. The ballpark is just minutes from the Palm Beach International Airport, with a variety of lodging options in the area.

St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training

Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is the Spring Training home of the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cards face the Washington Nationals for their first Spring Training game of 2021 on Sunday, Feb. 28.

Miami Marlins Spring Training

South Florida home-team Miami Marlins also train at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, where you can see players like Brian Anderson, Starling Marte, Sandy Alcantara and Pablo Lopez in action. The Marlins' first Spring Training game of the season is Monday, Mar. 1 against the New York Mets.

Visiting Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium

In Jupiter, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium hosts Spring Training for the St. Louis Cardinals and local-favorite Miami Marlins, so getting tickets early is key. Offering an even more intimate experience with fewer than 7,000 seats, this stadium is also home base to regular-season play for two minor league teams.

While in Jupiter for a game, be sure to stop by the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum to get panoramic views of the Florida coastline from the lighthouse balcony 105 steps up. Stay at the luxurious and upscale Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa, or just stop in for drinks and live entertainment in their swanky lounge.

See Baseball’s Top Teams in Action

Visit The Palm Beaches between February 28 and March 29, 2021, for Spring Training games.