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TD Ballpark

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Spring Home of the Toronto Blue Jays!

TD Ballpark
373 Douglas Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698
Box Office: 727-733-9302

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dunedinstadiumrendering_tnTD Ballpark is a community ballpark where spectators can enjoy the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training games, Dunedin Blue Jays Minor League Baseball games, and other community events throughout the year.

In early 2019, construction began on TD Ballpark that will continue to be home to the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training and the Dunedin Blue Jays under a new 25-year lease agreement between the Blue Jays, the City of Dunedin, Pinellas County and the state of Florida. TD Ballpark reopened for the start of 2020 Spring Training Season with the home opener on Monday, February 24, 2020.

The newly renovated stadium has a capacity of 8,500, up from the original capacity of just 5,500. New features also include a boardwalk that wraps around the entire outfield to allow for 360 degree access around the stadium, new bars down the third base line as well as on the new boardwalk in right field, a large group section in the right field corner giving a ground level view from the outfield, a new Jays Shop and a kids zone in the concourse along the left field side. Improvements also include renovated bathrooms, concessions and suites.
The new Blue Jays Player Development Complex, located approximately 10 minutes away from TD Ballpark at 1700 Solon Avenue, continues to be under new renovation construction and will include three new full fields, making 6 total (1 being synthetic turf). There will also be a 5-bay and 7-bay batting cages, two 10-pack gang mounds and a new half field added to the complex. The Clubhouse/Administration building will be a total of 110,000 sq. ft. Additional amenities include: a 10,000 sq. ft. weight room, 8 locker rooms, 2 dining rooms, 2 training rooms, 3 sports labs, 2 fuel bars, movement studio, barber, variable depth pool, plunge pools, sauna, classroom, large conference rooms, several huddle rooms and call rooms, administration offices and staff collaboration spaces. View website for more information, updates, FAQs, aerial photos and renovation videos.
The History of Major League Baseball in Dunedin
For more than 40 years, Major League Baseball has had a home in Dunedin. Chosen as the Spring Training home for the expansion Toronto Blue Jays in 1977, Dunedin has served as a proud host of Major League Spring Training ever since. Over four decades later, the Blue Jays are the only Major League franchise to have never changed where they play their Spring Training baseball. While the ballpark has been known by many names, including TD Ballpark, Dunedin Stadium and Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, the official name of the field remains Grant Field.