Steve Bell
Posted by Steve Bell
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Once again, it is time to dust off the old baseball cap because Spring Training is back in Palm Beach County! As fans from all over the country plan their trips and make their way down to the Sunshine State to get a preview of their respective teams, residents of Palm Beach County have the luxury of not only having two stadiums in close proximity, but also four teams to go and cheer for in 2024. 

Like I said, Palm Beach County is home to not one, but two premier stadiums for Spring Training action: Cacti Park of the Palm Beaches and Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. These venues serve as the preseason homes for four Major League Baseball teams: the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals who play in West Palm Beach, and the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals who play in Jupiter. 

The schedules for each team are out already, giving fans the opportunity to decide when they will witness their favorite ball clubs in action before opening day. From must-see matchups between rivals to friendly exhibitions, there is plenty of chances to see the stars of today and tomorrow showcase their skills.

For instance, fans of each organization have the ability to catch at least fifteen games this spring. As an added bonus, The Philadelphia Phillies as well as the Boston Red Sox are making the trip over from the west coast of Florida to play, which is somewhat of a rare occurrence. Not only is this a fantastic opportunity for northerners and west coasters to see what they are missing out on, on the east coast, but it is also a fantastic opportunity for residents of Palm Beach County to witness their favorite teams that they might not get the chance to see any other year.

So, this Spring get ready for the crack of the bat, the snap of the glove, and the aroma of hot dogs, because Spring Training baseball is back in Palm Beach County. For tickets and information for Cacti Park click here, and for tickets and information for Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium click here!

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