Roger Dean Stadium
Jupiter, FL 33458
- Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
- Lot available, Street
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
At Roger Dean Stadium, all 7,000 seats are close enough to catch a foul ball, and the only scalpers will sell you tickets for less than the price of a hot dog. Root, root, root for the home teams -- there are two of them: the Jupiter Hammerheads, a minor-league team connected to the Marlins, and the Palm Beach Cardinals (St. Louisâs farm team). Tickets to the minor-league games are cheap (not much more than a Bud from the new Marlins Stadium), and season ticket deals are even better. The best seats in the house are straight down the first-base line, where fans can spread a blanket across a tiny grassy hill behind where the pitchers warm up.
Tips from foursquare
Pretzel Guy's a Douche.
This pretzel guy could not possibly be any douchier!
Beer, peanuts, another beer, hot dog, and another beer! That's how you do that.
Only place in town to get dippin' dots!
I like the pretzel guy. He was selling lemonades too. Buy a lemonade so I can go home LOL!
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