|Address:||373 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, FL 34698, USA|
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Now called FL Auto Exchange Stadium - Small, crowded stadium with non folding seats making it a struggle for anyone wanting in and out of a row since there is no room for yours legs when others are passing by. They started replacing the seats with fold up ones -down the right field line only. To me this is a huge dissatisfier and a pain during the game. Food seems expensive to me since none is allowed into the park: $3.50 water, $6 domestic beers, $6.50 cheeseburger, $3.50 plain hot dog, etc. They finally stared taking credit cards this year - used to be cash only. Not a lot of concourse seating for eating food. However, since this is a small venue, you can see the players up close and personal. Not really a bad seat in the house. The first base side gets the shade first starting from the top rows and working its way down. Third base side(visitors dugout) faces the sun all game long. Just think the town and the Blue Jays could spend some money sprucing it up to 2012 standards. Parking in the stadium is $15, across the street and surrounding area $10. Some lawns $5. Or, you can park downtown and walk the Pinellas Trail over to the stadium. Tourists who come to sunbathe usually are sunburnt pretty quickly. Bring long sleeves, a hat and sunscreen.
This is the spring training stadium for the Toronto Blue Jays and home stadium for their farm team the Dunedin Blue Jays. Besides that many local events are held here. My favorite is the annual July 3d Dunedin Blue Jays home game followed by the Dunedin City Fourth of July fireworks and a concert. The whole thing is a true slice of Americana right out of a Norman Rockwell painting.
I feel like I step back in time to what minor league baseball might have been like in the 60s and early 70s. It seems to me that even the fans feel like they are family amongst themselves. One of the most awesome experiences that you will have in minor league baseball here in Florida.
Good but not the best minor-league baseball stadium in the county. Dedicated parking lot is fine for the summer minor-league schedule, but parking in March for the MLB pre-season requires most people to park in the residential neighborhood which is a little inconvenient.
The past few years in March, this stadium has been incredibly hot. Book your self tickets in the highest rows and get the chance at shade. They are still much close than Rogers Centre seats, for most of us. Prepare to park on someones lawn for this stadium.
It is a great place to catch a game on the cheap. It is small enough to get you in the action yet provides all the excitement of a big game. We love taking the kids there for an afternoon. Their fireworks on the 4th of July are always one of the best shows.
My brother play is high school baseball here. The Toronto Blue Jays also play here during the spring for spring training. Its a wonderful place to go its not huge but its a good size. And its in the wonderful town of Dunedin
Nice little stadium. Not one of the best in Florida for spring training, but still OK. No cupholders and no shade. No berm or concourse in outfield. Tons of beer to choose from. 6.50-750 prices of beer. Good food selection.
Stadium is nice enough, though bathrooms and food detract badly. Food prices are sky high (worse than Rogers centre) and quality is poor. Mens bathroom had a 10 minute lineup throughout the game.
What a great experience seeing the Jays beat the Yankees. The Stadium is charming, and all staff we encountered courteous and helpful. But leave lots of pregame time to park and enjoy the fun
Homey comfortable stadium with excellent player access for fans, but in dire need of an upgrade. Chad "The Beer Guy" Stypmann is a fixture that needs to be seen (heard) to be experienced.
The stadium is well-kept and the game of baseball is always classic. Americas past time is on full display here. You wont find any family fun and entertainment as wholesome as this
Has kept the feel of the old school ball parks of the grapefruit league. Seagulls and osprey overhead, peanuts and a beer in hand, down low to the field. Good neighborhood field
Ive been to over a thousand Minor League games in my life and I love this Stadium. Good views all over the park, not too big, not too small. A great place to watch a game.
Blue Jays Spring training. Need I say more? Stadium is nicely laid out - however, if youre looking to stay out of the sun in the stands, pick seats on the first baseline.
Takes advantage of people who are down on their luck. Sales representative likes to choose vehicle for you. Advertising is not what they project the business to be.
Cute, small stadium. But the seats! So small in between rows, and seats next to each other. Hopefully the Jays will Win the world series and then fix them....lol
Amazing baseball experience, Blue Jays are always good with deals and sponsorship giveaways. I would always recommend this stadium for a fun experience.
Watch out for the beer cups because the bottom can end up popping up and spilling other than that fun thing to do while in Dunedin
Great little stadium. Right on top of the action. Lots of good vendors and the players are right there. Bring a pen for autographs.
Best audio from the field ever. You hear the pop of the fastball, the crack of the bat, and every expletive uttered at 1st base!
Nice to play at MLB facility, but this stadium is old and worn. Holes in the batters box. Blue Jays could do better.
The Toronto Blue Jays could sure use an updated stadium for their spring training games. This one is getting dated!
Amazing experience. They let us tour the park even though there wasnt a game on. seats are wide and comfy.
Best little stadium in the Tampa Bay area. Do yourself a favor and catch a game with the Dunedin Blue Jays!
Very small park, not updated. Didnt seem like the locals support the summer single A team well at all.
Nice place to catch a game. Back to basics, no video board, not a lot of gimmicks. Just baseball!
Very nice ballpark. Family friendly. Ticket prices are great and not a bad seat in the place.
Magnífico lugar para hacer deporte.
Nice little park. Small store with high prices. Very clean and staff is nice and helpful.
Love it here!!! The only bad thing is the line for beer and chips was way tooooooo long
Awesome customer service. For over 40 years. So you know they are doing something right.
Enjoyable atmosphere. Seats arent overly wide especially if you are on the heavier side.
Lisa La Placa
Great Baseball game and a 20 minute fireworks display. Good food and merchandise sales.
Great place to watch a Jays game. We were 2 rows behind the Jays dugout. Great seats.
Great way to get the kids a ball! Much less expensive than MLB and good family fun.
The grass is green!! I work here LOL! No really great little A advanced ballpark! !
Great community feel here, with lots of great sight lines, and great vendors.
Was a great baseball game to watch but the seating area was extremely hot.
The prices are so ridiculous high. Other than that everything else is ok