With scheduled renovations happening at Hammond Stadium, the Fort Myers Miracle (High Class A; Florida State League) will play the rest of the season, as well as host playoffs, at JetBlue Park, the spring home of the Boston Red Sox.
Hammond Stadium, the spring-training home of the Minnesota Twins, is undergoing a two-year renovation. The first part of the renovations, which included the building player dorms as well as construction of a new Hammond Stadium concourse. The second round of renovations include the installation of new seating, among many other upgrades.
All tickets are general admission with lower bowl priced at $8.50 ($10 day of game) and upper bowl at $6.50 ($8 day of game). Fans will also be able to purchase general admission seats in the Fenway South version of the Green Monster for $6.50 ($8 day of game). Add $1 to pricing for all tickets for the fireworks show on Saturday, August 16.
As the Florida State League South Division Champions in the first half, the Miracle have secured a playoff spot and JetBlue Park will be the site of all home playoff games. FSL Playoff tickets are now available at miraclebaseball.com and at the Miracle offices at the Twins Academy.
“We are excited about the opportunity to call JetBlue Park our home for August and in the playoffs,” said Miracle Chief Operating Officer Steve Gliner. “It is truly an outstanding, first class facility.”
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