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This Saturday, November 17th, ESPN West Palm will be hosting their annual charity softball games at Roger Dean Stadium in Abacoa. Benefiting FAU’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (FAU CARD), families are welcome to enjoy activities such as arts and crafts, autograph signing, a petting zoo, games, face painting, and bounce houses from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The first softball game, FirstService Residential vs. Entrusted, will start at 10:30 a.m.

The second game will start at noon, with the winner of the first game playing John C. Cassidy Air Conditioning.

Roger Dean Stadium is located at 4751 Main Street in Downtown Abacoa, Jupiter, Florida.

To purchase tickets, go here.

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This year, some of the best high-academic baseball players in the country will flock to Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Florida to showcase their talent in front of more than 70 collegiate recruiters.

From Air Force to Yale, college coaches in attendance will be scouting for promising young baseball players at the only Headfirst Honor Roll Camp in the Southeast area of the United States.

The morning will include offensive and defensive showcases, batting practice, objective measurements, and three live games. The Headfirst Honor Roll team- all of which are either current or former high-academic athletes themselves- will offer insight, guidance, and advice.

Video footage of the camp will be distributed to coaches in attendance, and will be tagged

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Baseball is not only America's favorite pastime, but also a popular sport to watch in the Palm Beaches thanks to the fact that it's home to two state-of-the-art stadiums complete with killer box seats. The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter is the home of the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals and the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm is the training base of the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals. The organizations have announced the 2019 spring training schedules for the teams beginning on February 23rd- pick the games you definitely want to attend:

Roger Dean:

Feb. 23: St. Louis Cardinals at Marlins

Feb. 24: Washington Nationals at Cardinals

Feb. 25: Detroit Tigers at Cardinals

Feb. 26: Houston Astros at Marlins

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Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and the Jupiter Police Departments will host the 35th annual National Night Out tomorrow.

This free community-building event is meant to foster camaraderie between residents and the local police to create safer, more caring neighborhoods.

At 5:30 pm, gates open for families to come enjoy friendly on-field demonstrations by the K-9 Unit and SWAT team, followed by the first pitch of the Jupiter Hammerheads vs. St. Lucie Mets game at 6:20 pm.

If you’d prefer not to drive, catch a ride on the free shuttle from 4:30pm until 30 minutes after the game ends. The first route stops at Jupiter Elementary School (200 S. Loxahatchee Drive), Christian Family Church (430 Center St.), Pennock Apartments (800 Center St.) and The

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Baseball is widely known as America’s favorite pastime and it has hit Palm Beach County out of the ballpark.  The baseball enthusiasm began in New York metropolitan area in the mid-1850.  There were 16 area clubs registered with the first governing body of baseball, the National Association of Base Ball Players. By 1863, the National Association of Base Ball Players changed a major rule that disallowed an “out” made by catching a fair ball on the first bounce.

Baseball has not changed much since the early days of the sport. Florida has a rich baseball history.  It has been a very popular sport in South Florida because of the year a round accommodating climate. Many clubs over the years have brought their clubs to Palm Beach County for “spring

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The Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals come to the Jupiter community of Abacoa for spring training and each year flocks of people migrate to Abacoa’s Main Street.  Main Street is just adjacent to Roger Dean Stadium, and a pleasant area to walk and enjoy dinner al fresco.

There is a lot more to Abacoa than just spring training baseball.  This quaint, brick lined street hosts a variety of shops, restaurants and taverns.  Top places to eat in Abaco are plentiful ranging from brewery/pub to casual French bistro. 

Civil Society Brewing Company located at 1200 Town Center Drive, is a brewery and bar, which pours craft beer to spring training fans.  One of the owners of the brewery is a retired major league pitcher for the Miami Marlins, Chris

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Abacoa is known for its family friendly atmosphere and this is reflected in its kid-friendly events. For example, Kids Eat Free Monday and Tuesday with the purchase of an adult entrée at Copacabana Cuban Cuisine, Monday through Thursday with the purchase of an adult entree at Jumby Bay Island Grill, and Fridays with the purchase of an adult meal at JJ Muggs Stadium Grill. In addition, on April 5 to April 6, there was a Star Wars Night at Roger Dean Stadium, in which the 501st Everglades Squad was welcomed. Children and adults alike were able to take pictures with their favorite Star Wars characters, as well as play trivia games and contests, and gain exposure to special Star Wars promotions.

From March to April, The 11 time World Champion St. Luis

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