St. Louis Cardinals - Jupiter
2006 and 2011 World Series Champions
Roger Dean Stadium
4751 Main Street
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 630-1828 or (561) 630-1829
Attending a St. Louis Cardinals Game at Roger Dean Stadium
Attending a Cardinals Game at Roger Dean Stadium The St. Louis Cardinals have become one of the Grapefruit League's most popular draws due to their long history and tradition and the team's move to Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter in 1998.
Attendance totals reached their peak in 2007, following the Cardinals World Series Championship. The Cardinals are at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, partnering with the Florida Marlins on a $28 million Spring Training Complex/ Stadium specially designed to house two Major League Baseball teams. The complex is the only two team facility in the State of Florida. The stadium can accommodate approximately 7,000 fans and features Luxury Skybox, Field Box, Loge Box, Bleacher, and Grass Berm seating, parking and concessions.
Roger Dean Stadium boasts one of the most pleasant main plazas in front of any ballpark in Spring Training, with charming walkways, palm trees and flowers in abundance. It is sure to put you in a good mood for the baseball inside. There is an intimacy at the Jupiter stadium that can't be found any closer than beyond the first- and third-base lines, where fans (mainly kids) have ample opportunity to secure autographs during the game from pitchers in the bullpen. In fact, one can practically reach out and touch the relief pitchers -- it's that close. The wall separating the players from fans is that short.
Cardinals Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
2014 Ticket Prices & Information:
Field Box 28; Loge Box $26; Bleachers $15; Berm $15 (sold gameday only)
Season tickets, beginning at $280, 6+ Miniplans and group tickets are and available for purchase at www.rogerdeanstadium.com.
Individual Spring Training tickets for games in Jupiter will go on sale Saturday, January 11, 2014, at 10 a.m. ET. Fans may purchase tickets in person at Roger Dean Stadium's Box Office or via www.cardinals.com.
Roger Dean Stadium was built in 1998. The 2013 sesaon will be the Cardinals 16th Spring Training at this location.
Parking: $8 per car
Dimensions: 325 feet to right and 335 feet down left field lines 400 feet to centerfield
Seating Capacity: 6,806
Pitchers and catchers report February 12 with their first workout on February 13. The remainder of the Cardinals report February 17 with their first workout on February 18.
Click here for a Roger Dean Stadium Seating Diagram
Roger Dean Stadium is also the home of the Palm Beach Cardinals, Florida State League Class A team
Directions to Roger Dean Stadium
From I-95 -- Exit at Donald Ross Road (Exit 83); go one mile east to Central Boulevard; make a left at the light and follow Central Boulevard to the circle; from the circle take Main Street to stadium.
From Florida Turnpike -- Exit at Jupiter-Indiantown Road (Exit 116) and enter I-95 South; follow directions above for I-95.
Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
Learn about important traffic and roadway conditions by visiting www.FL511.com. This service reports travel times, road construction, lane closures and more on major Florida roadways.
St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training History
1914 St. Augustine
1927-29 Avon Park
1930-36 Bradenton (McKechnie Field)
1937 Daytona Beach (City Island Ball Park)
1938-42 St. Petersburg
1946-97 St. Petersburg (Al Lang Field)
1998-2013 Jupiter (Roger Dean Stadium)
Cardinals Spring Training Attendance (2005-13)
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