With the 2023 FSL season presented by Baptist Health already in progress, and the Cardinals and
Hammerheads currently leading the East Division, operations will be temporarily moved to The
Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, the Spring Training home to the Houston Astros and Washington
Nationals. The last FSL game at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in 2023 will be played on
Sunday, July 9th. Following the mid-season All-Star Break, the two teams will play exclusively
on the road, until moving into The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches on Monday, July 24th. Both the
Hammerheads and Cardinals will return to Jupiter for the 2024 season as complex improvements
continue. The Marlins and Cardinals are planning to host an uninterrupted Spring Training in
Jupiter amidst the vast fan-friendly improvements to Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium and the
team facilities.

“We can’t wait to share the finished product at The Dean with our fans. But, until that happens,
we’re fortunate to have a partner and facility like Ballpark of the Palm Beaches just 10 miles
down the road to help us continue to deliver a great game experience,” said Roger Dean
Chevrolet Stadium General Manager Mike Bauer. “Their complex has great player development
areas and still allows us to deliver a family-friendly environment for our fans.”

All previously purchased game tickets and season-long ticket packages will transfer to the
Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Other perks that fans have come to know at Roger Dean
Chevrolet Stadium will also shift to West Palm such as free parking, weekly promotions, group
opportunities, and more. The Hammerheads and Cardinals are dedicated to continuing the fun as
Silver Sluggers, Thirsty Thursdays, Firework Fridays, Kids Club Saturdays, and other great
events are scheduled to take place for the remainder of the season.

For more information regarding the updated ticket policy and options, contact the Ticket Office
or visit

Beginning the much-anticipated renovation project and temporarily moving the FSL clubs, gives
us the space necessary to begin this large project. Fans can get excited about brand new, state-of-
the-art team facilities, brand new group areas, an expanded team store, improved concession
offerings, and more to come at The Dean.

“We can’t wait for fans to see what we have in store after this renovation,” said Bauer. “After a
three-year delay from the pandemic, we’re ready to get started on much-needed enhancements
for our teams, players, and fans.”

About Jupiter Stadium, LTD:
Opening in 1998, the 110-acre complex/stadium is specially designed to house two Major
League and two Minor League Baseball Teams. The stadium is home to the Miami Marlins and
the St. Louis Cardinals for Spring Training. The Florida State League’s Jupiter Hammerheads
(Class A Affiliate of the Miami Marlins) and Palm Beach Cardinals (Class A Affiliate of the St.
Louis Cardinals) make their home at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium from April through
September. This year-round facility can accommodate the smallest birthday party to the largest
corporate outing, while never forgetting that each and every fan is our most important product.