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Roger Dean Stadium

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Roger Dean Stadium

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JWSTL wrote a review Apr. 2020
15 contributions3 helpful votes
I;ve been to a lot of ballparks and i love the crowd noise and the crowd participation. This park was like going to a wake, and not an Irish wake. Once in a while some applause, but most of the crowd talked incessantly to each other or stood up to watch their grand children. Even the public announcer sounded like he'd just woken up and had all the excitement in his voice of a guy announcing a golf putt. The park os small, which is okay if there were some kind of charm, but it needs a good cleaning and several coats of fresh paint, some really bright color. Food and beverage prices were at the major league level, however, cause they know when they;ve got a captive audience. The only redeeming factor is of course the baseball being played and the anticipation of a new season.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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FloridaSunDevil wrote a review Mar. 2020
West Palm Beach, Florida842 contributions147 helpful votes
I enjoy watching spring training games at Roger Dean Stadium. Unfortunately for fans, it was about the last game of the spring training season because of Covid-19. Our seats were in section 213 of the upper section at the far end of the third base line. The seats were excellent and in the shade. I would get these seats again. Didn't order any food in the stadium because we ate at a nearby restaurant across the street from the stadium. Parking was free.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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STLCarib wrote a review Mar. 2020
Kimberling City, Missouri229 contributions241 helpful votes
Yes tickets are reasonable and should be because t-shirts are $40, beer $10, brauts are $8. Really ridiculous pricing. Great venue with the surrounding shops and restaurants but the days of going to Spring Training for a an inexpensive good time are long gone. The Cardinal organization should be ashamed of its greed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lil D wrote a review Mar. 2020
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Our first to Roger Dean Stadium. Compared to National’s, security is pretty lax. Parking is very limited so get there early. Seating is very tight but views are excellent to watch the game. Had a great time talking to other fans.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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CanadianNomad wrote a review Mar. 2020
Niagara Falls, Canada720 contributions297 helpful votes
Lifelong Cardinals fan and this was my first spring training experience. What a let down this place was! Sharing a stadium with the Marlins? Are you kidding me?!!!! Nothing screams Cardinals about this place! It’s a tired old stadium which doesn’t do the historic franchise justice!! So disappointed!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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