Blue Jays & TD Ballpark

For more than 40 years, the Toronto Blue Jays have a home in Dunedin, Florida and are the only Major League franchise to have never changed where they play their Spring Training baseball. Chosen as the Spring Training home for the Toronto Blue Jays in 1977, Dunedin has served as a proud host of Major League Spring Training ever since.




TD Ballpark
373 Douglas Ave.
Dunedin, FL 34698

Box Office: 727-733-9302

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TD Ballpark - the Spring Training home for the Toronto Blue Jays for more than 40 years! TD Ballpark provides an experience of watching the best in the game.

TD Ballpark (originally Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field) is a community ballpark located in Dunedin, Florida at 373 Douglas Avenue where spectators can enjoy the Toronto Blue Jays Major League Spring Training games, Dunedin Blue Jays Minor League games, and other community events throughout the year.

Key Changes Made:
  • Capacity will increase from 5,500 to 8,500.
  • Renovating bathrooms, concessions and suites.
  • New Jays Shop, Jr. Jays Zone, and BBQ Tent.
  • Adding 360 boardwalk around outfield.
  • Adding air-conditioned bar along 3B line and an outdoor bar in RF.
  • Adding special groups areas.

The newly renovated stadium features a capacity of 8,500, up from the original capacity of 5,500, with new standing room and "party deck" viewing and a grandstand extension stretching down the third baseline, including a new indoor, air-conditioned "Eddie's" lounge area. New features also include a boardwalk that wraps around the entire outfield, allowing fans the ability to stroll along the 360-degree access around the stadium. In right center field, an outdoor tiki bar beckons, and drink rails line the walkway so fans can stop and catch the action. There is a new LED scoreboard and Jays Shop, in addition to renovated bathrooms, concessions and suites.


Historical Name: TD Ballpark was originally called Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field. Grant Field opened in 1930 and was named after the mayor of Dunedin Albert J. Grant (served 1927-1928), who had donated the land.

The first Toronto Blue Jays game ever was played there on March 11, 1977 when the Blue Jays beat the New York Mets 3-1. From 1977-1989, the Blue Jays played at Grant Field, which had a seating capacity of 3,417.

The stadium has also been known as Knology Park (2004-2008) and Florida Auto Exchange Stadium (2010-2017). In November 2019, the Jays announced that TD Bank had acquired naming rights for the renovated stadium, which would be named TD Ballpark, as it is today.


Player Development Complex

A state-of-the-art facility unlike any other! Sitting on a 65-acre site, the Player Development Complex (PDC) is the training facility of the Toronto Blue Jays Major and Minor League operations. The 115,000 square-foot building is located at 3031 Garrison Road, Dunedin, approximately 10 minutes away from TD Ballpark where the Blue Jays play their games.

Player Development Complex Features

  • 6 Fields (5 brand new)
  • 2 Half Fields
  • Covered Practice Field
  • 20 Gang Mounds
  • 12 Covered Batting Cages
  • Speed Hill
  • Observation Tower
  • Weight Room
  • Movement Studio
  • Sports Science Labs
  • Hydrotherapy Room (hot/cold tubs, pool)
  • Training Room
  • Clubhouse (lockers, equipment & laundry rooms)
  • Kitchen & Dining Areas
  • Workrooms, Conference & Meeting Rooms
  • Media Room
  • Barber Shop & Nutrition Stations
  • Player Lounge & Family Room

Player Development Complex Earns Two Green Globes Rating

The Player Development Complex is certified by The Green Building Initiative and received a Two Green Globes rating for new construction. This level of sustainability is an outstanding accomplishment. The certification and Two Green Globes rating demonstrates leadership in applying the best practices regarding energy, water, and environmental efficiency. The Blue Jays and the City of Dunedin are very proud of this recognition and thankful to all the staff and team members for their dedicated work and commitment towards reaching this great achievement!

View certificate and full report provided by the Green Building Initiative(PDF, 2MB)

Spring Training - Resident Information

Parking Passes for residents who live within the vicinity of TD Ballpark

The Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training Season will take place from Saturday, February 24th through Saturday, March 23rd, 2024. The Spring Training Resident Parking Permit Program will be in effect and enforced on game days only. Please see the Resident Permit Parking Map(PDF, 524KB) for the area in the vicinity of the stadium. The yellow highlighted areas denote the streets which the City signs as "No Parking Except for Resident Permits". The green line represents the perimeter boundary for those individual residents or businesses that may request resident parking permits.

Resident Parking Permits will be available beginning Monday, February 5, 2024 and can be picked up at the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office located at 2496 Bayshore Boulevard, or at Dunedin City Hall located at 737 Louden Ave .

Residents will receive a maximum of two (2) permits each per any one address within the limits of the green perimeter area of the map(PDF, 524KB). In order to receive a permit, the permittee must show a driver's license or proof of ownership.

Questions? Contact Dunedin Parks & Recreation at 727-812-4531.