Baseball is America’s pastime, and it’s one of my favorite sports as well. Yeah, sure, it could be argued that it’s slow and the games take too long. But sometimes an easy-going afternoon at the ballpark is just what the doctor ordered.

One of my “bucket list” items is to get a chance to see every team in Florida during spring training. I’ve been to a few, but not all. And that’s why I wanted to put together this Florida Spring Training resource for others that are interested in catching some games before the teams go home for the MLB season.

Did you know that 15 teams call the Florida Grapefruit League home during spring training pre-season? From American League to National League, Florida hosts a lot of great baseball teams before the season officially kicks off!

Here are the teams that call Florida home during spring training:

  • Atlanta Braves – Lake Buena Vista (Disney, Orlando)
  • Baltimore Orioles – Sarasota
  • Boston Red Sox – Fort Myers
  • Detroit Tigers – Lakeland
  • Houston Astros – Kissimmee
  • Miami Marlins – Jupiter
  • Minnesota Twins – Fort Myers
  • New York Mets – Port St. Lucie
  • New York Yankees – Tampa
  • Philadelphia Phillies – Clearwater
  • Pittsburgh Pirates – Bradenton
  • St. Louis Cardinals – Jupiter
  • Tampa Bay Rays – Port Charlotte
  • Toronto Blue Jays – Dunedin
  • Washington Nationals – West Palm Beach

Florida Spring Training Trivia

Which two MLB teams share a stadium in the Grapefruit league?

Florida Spring Training Locations – Map

 Click the map below for an interactive Google Map.

Google Map - FL Spring Training Locations

Links to every MLB Grapefruit League Team

Atlanta Braves

Houston Astros

New York Yankees

Tampa Bay Rays

Baltimore Orioles

Miami Marlins

Philadelphia Phillies

Toronto Blue Jays

Boston Red Sox

Minnesota Twins

Pittsburg Pirates

Washington Nationals

Detroit Tigers

New York Mets

St. Louis Cardinals

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