373 Douglas Avenue
Dunedin, FL 34698
Box Office: (727) 733-9302
Toronto Blue Jays (official website)
Dunedin Blue Jays (official website)
The History of Major League Baseball in Dunedin began in 1977 when the Toronto Blue Jays expansion team flew south for their very first Grapefruit League season. Dunedin has been the site for every Blue Jays Spring Training Season since 1977, making Toronto the only major league franchise to have never changed Spring Training cities. 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.
2020 Spring Training Information
Don't miss a game! The Toronto Blue Jays released its 2020 Spring Training Game Schedule, featuring 31 total games, including 15 home games at the newly renovated stadium beginning on Monday, February 24 vs. the Atlanta Braves.
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Toronto Blue Jays Facilities Development
In early 2019, construction began on a newly renovated stadium that will continue to be home to the Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training and the Dunedin Blue Jays. The new ballpark is slated to open for the 2020 Spring Training Season. Read more...
In Earlier News:
(Sept 27, 2019) Bigger, better Blue Jays stadium project has team, Dunedin crowing. Local fans of the Toronto Blue Jays and visitors from Canada have a lot to look forward to this spring. Read the full article from Dunedin Beacon...
(April 23, 2019)
Dunedin, Blue Jays break ground on $81 million stadium, training complex project
Read the full article. City officials from past and present, county commissioners, supporters from the city of Clearwater, fans and members of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball organization all came together the morning of Tuesday, April 23, 2019 to celebrate a six-year effort that culminated in an agreement to keep the team's spring training tradition in the city another 25 years. The ceremony was held at TD Ballpark, formerly known as Dunedin Stadium, located at 373 Douglas Avenue. For more information, contact Dunedin Parks & Recreation at (727) 812-4531 or visit the City's Toronto Blue Jays Facilities Development webpage.