2 Baseball Parks – Fort Myers Baseball Parks

On The Second Day of Christmas The Favorite Sun Gave To Me……2 Baseball Parks.

It’s the second day of Christmas and time for the all American sport, baseball. The Minnesota Twins and the Boston Red Sox teams both call Fort Myers home for the spring training season. Hammond Stadium at Century Link Sports Complex is where you will find the Minnesota Twins getting ready for their season. More of a Red Sox fan? Then head over to Jet Blue Park to check out the Boston Red Sox.  These Fort Myers Baseball Parks are a great local destination for something to do for the day.

2 baseball parks - Hammond Stadium

Hammond Stadium

Hammond Stadium at Century Link Park has been completely renovated in 2015.  This stadium has the capacity for 9,300 people (just upgraded from 7,500 in 2015), which means there are plenty of seating for fans. There’s roof protection for 70% of the seats. This provides some relief from the hot, Florida sun.

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Fort Myers Baseball Parks - JetBlue Park

Jetblue Park

Jet Blue Park has the exact same dimensions as Fenway Park in Boston. One of the most recognizable features is the replica of the Green Monster in the left field. The only difference is that the Green Monster in Fort Myers has seating in the wall. Jet Blue Park has seating for 10,823 people.

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Fort Myers Baseball Parks

Fort Myers is known as a meca for spring training fans flocking to see the Twins and the Red Sox get ready for the season.  Often times you can see great players in town at restaurants, gas stations, and local businesses.  Some fans really like this interaction with the players.

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