Marlins spring training schedule

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Maimi Marlins Spring Training 2018

Pitchers and catchers are slated to hold their first full workout on Feb. 14, following physicals that morning. The first full-squad workout is scheduled for Feb. 19, following morning physicals for position players.

Season tickets, group packages are currently available by calling 561-630-1828.  Individual tickets for all games in Jupiter, with the exception of the Red Sox and Yankees, will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at the Roger Dean Stadium Ticket Office during Fan Fest. Individual tickets for the Red Sox and Yankees games will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 27.

Date Opponent Site
Home Game Time 1:05PM unless otherwise noted
 (ss) indicates split squad
Feb 23St. Louis CardinalsRoger Dean Stadium
Feb 24Washington NationalsRoger Dean Stadium
Feb 25New York Mets Tradition Field
Feb 26Houston Astros (ss)Roger Dean Stadium
Feb 27Washington NationalsPalm Beaches
Feb 28Washington NationalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 1New York Mets Tradition Field
Mar 2Detroit TigersJoker Marchant Stadium
Mar 3New York MetsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 4Atlanta BravesLake Buena Vista
Mar 5Houston Astros Palm Beaches
Mar 6St. Louis CardinalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 7Houston Astros Palm Beaches
Mar 8St. Louis Cardinals Roger Dean Stadium
Mar 9 Boston Red SoxRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 10St. Louis Cardinals Roger Dean Stadium
Mar 11New York YankeesRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 12St. Louis CardinalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 13St. Louis CardinalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 14New York MetsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 15New York Mets Tradition Field
Mar 16St. Louis Cardinals Roger Dean Stadium
Mar 17Houston AstrosRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 18New York YankeesSteinbrenner Field
Mar 19Washington NationalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 20 Washington Nationals Palm Beaches
Mar 21St. Louis CardinalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 22Houston Astros Palm Beaches
Mar 23Washington NationalsRoger Dean Stadium
Mar 24Washington Nationals Palm Beaches
Mar 25
New York Mets Tradition Field 12:10
Houston AstrosRoger Dean Stadium

2022 MLB Spring Training Schedule Released

JUPITER, FL – In conjunction with Major League Baseball, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium on Wednesday announced the home Spring Training schedules for the Miami Marlins & St. Louis Cardinals. The upcoming season will be the 25th anniversary of Spring Training hosted at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Florida.

The 2022 Spring Training slate will open on Saturday, February 26th with the Miami Marlins facing the New York Mets and is scheduled to conclude on Sunday, March 27th with the St. Louis Cardinals playing the Houston Astros. The Marlins and Cardinals will each play 15 home games at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium over the 30-day span including seven against one another.

The New York Mets, Houston Astros and Washington Nationals will all visit Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium multiple times throughout the Spring season.

The Detroit Tigers (March 3), Pittsburgh Pirates (March 16), New York Yankees (March 19), and Boston Red Sox (March 22) round out the opponents that will make an appearance in Jupiter next Spring.

It will be the first Spring Training visit the Pirates make to Jupiter since 2000 when they faced off against the Montreal Expos.

Stay tuned to and our social media channels for more information regarding 2022 Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training ticket on-sale dates

*Dates and times are subject to change

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St. Louis Cardinals News: New spring training schedule announced

With concerns about COVID-19, the St. Louis Cardinals have announced a new spring training schedule, focusing on the least travel possible.

Pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in less than a week. For the St. Louis Cardinals, Nolan Arenado will soon take the field for the first time in Cardinal red.

One of the biggest questions about spring training has been whether or not fans will be allowed into the stands. As of a couple of weeks ago, Roger Dean Stadium began selling at least some tickets.

While tickets began being sold for what was the original schedule, the MLB recently made changes to the schedule, re-releasing it.

As usual, the Marlins and the Cardinals will be playing many games against each other as they share Roger Dean, but the thing to notice here is that the schedule will now only feature teams on the East coast of Florida.

These changes were made to restrict travel needed to avoid risking players to COVID-19. The opponents are now limited to Houston, Miami, Washington, and the Mets. Another added feature of this schedule is night games, something that fans don’t usually see during spring training.

Limited fans will make this year’s spring training different than any other, but as long as there is no shutdown in the middle, it’ll surely be better than last year. The Cardinals have already announced their non-roster invitees for the spring which feature multiple of the team’s top prospects.

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The Cardinals kick off their schedule with a game against the Marlins on February 28, just two weeks from now. Soon we will have what hopefully will be an uninterrupted six months of baseball.


With pitchers and catchers set to report to camp in the coming days, the Miami Marlins found out they will not have to do much traveling to play their spring training schedule for 2021.

Major League Baseball announced Friday a tentative revamped schedule for the 15 teams who hold their camps in the state, breaking them into geographical groups in the central, southwest and southeast part of the state.

Miami will play their games against the St. Louis Cardinals - who also hold their camp with the Marlins in Jupiter - along with the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals in West Palm Beach and the New York Mets in Port St. Lucie.

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The Marlins and Cardinals will allow fans inside their stadium for games during the 2021 spring training schedule, with the number of fans allowed not yet released:

Miami will tentatively play each team six times, opening their spring training schedule on February 28th at the Astros and ending camp on March 28th at home against the Mets.

The Marlins will open their 2021 regular season on April 1st at home against the in-state rival Tampa Bay Rays. Miami will also end the season at home on October 3rd against the Philadelphia Phillies.


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MLB releases revised spring training schedule and Roger Dean Stadium to host 12 Marlins home games

Brett Shweky

By Brett Shweky

South Florida Sun Sentinel|

Feb 12, 2021 at 3:32 PM

Major League Baseball’s revised schedule has Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter is set to host 12 Miami Marlins spring training home games, beginning with the team’s opener on March 1 against the New York Mets.

Grapefruit League clubs— which includes the Marlins — will play a regionalized spring schedule to mitigate travel, while Cactus League teams will compete in 28 games across 30 days (Feb. 28 - March 29) with two days off.

Clubs on the East Coast of Florida will play 24 games across a 30-day period with six days off, and the West Coast of Florida clubs will partake in 28 games over 30 days with two universal off days.

College baseball teams, which often play big league clubs but are not subject to major league testing protocols, were dropped from the revised schedules. Split-squad games, traditionally used in the first half of the exhibition season to allow evaluation of more players, also were eliminated.

Pitchers and catchers open spring training workouts Wednesday, and the exhibition season starts Feb. 28, two days later than initially announced on Sept. 16.

The regular season remains on track to start April 1 after the Major League Baseball Players Association rejected the clubs’ proposal to delay opening day until April 22 and cut each team’s schedule from 162 games to 154. The rejected plan would have pushed back the start of spring training until March 22.

Teams were divided into three groups for the Grapefruit League season to eliminate longer bus rides:

— Florida East Coast: Houston, Miami, New York Mets, St. Louis, Washington

— Florida West Coast: Baltimore, Detroit, New York Yankees, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Toronto

— Southwest Florida: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay

Baltimore, based in Sarasota, and Pittsburgh, in Bradenton, are part of both West Coast groups.

Because of the changes, most teams have more days without exhibitions than usual once schedules start for the Grapefruit and Cactus leagues.

In addition to the Marlins, the St. Louis Cardinals also play their spring training home games at Roger Dean Stadium.

Spring training schedule at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter

Feb. 28: Washington at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 1: N.Y. Mets at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 2: St. Louis at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 3: N.Y. Mets at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 5: Houston at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 6: Washington at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 7: Houston at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 8: Miami at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 10: Houston at Miami, 6:05 p.m.

March 11: Washington at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 12: Houston at St. Louis, 6:05 p.m.

March 13: St. Louis at Miami, 6:05 p.m.

March 15: Washington at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 17: N.Y. Mets at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 18: Miami at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 20: Houston at St. Louis, 6:05 p.m.

March 21: Houston at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 22: St. Louis at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 23: Washington at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 24: N.Y. Mets at St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.

March 25: Washington at Miami, 6:05 p.m.

March 27: Miami at St. Louis, 6:05 p.m.

March 28: N.Y. Mets at Miami, 1:05 p.m.

March 29: N.Y. Mets at St. Louis, 12:05 p.m.

The Associated Press was used to supplement this report.

Miami Marlins 2022 Spring Training Schedule

The Marlins’ Grapefruit League schedule looks far different in 2021 than what we are accustomed to. Original plans for them to play 30 organized games have been modified, as seen below:

Courtesy of @RDCstadium/Twitter

That’s 24 total games, six apiece against the MLB teams whose facilities are the shortest distances away. Start times will be shortly after 1 p.m. ET unless otherwise specified (“night” means shortly after 6 p.m. ET).

  • Hosting the Cardinals on Mar. 2, Mar. 13 (night) and Mar. 22; visiting them on Mar. 8, Mar. 18 (night) and Mar. 27 (night)
  • Hosting the Astros on Mar. 5, Mar. 10 (night) and Mar. 21; visiting them on Feb. 28, Mar. 15 an Mar. 26
  • Hosting the Nationals on Mar. 6, Mar. 11 and Mar. 25 (night); visiting them on Mar. 3, Mar. 16 (night) and Mar. 20 (night)
  • Hosting the Mets on Mar. 1, Mar. 17 and Mar. 28; visiting them on Mar. 7, Mar. 12 and Mar. 23

The Astros are Miami’s only opponent that made any noise in the 2020 postseason. However, the others all completed high-profile moves this past winter in an effort to vault themselves back into championship contention.

Many of these games will be available to watch on MLB.TV, broadcasted by the Marlins’ opponents’ broadcast crews. Unfortunately, the Marlins themselves still haven’t finalized a new deal with FOX Sports Florida.

The Marlins could elect to play intrasquad games on their off days in order to get their players as many reps as possible.


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    Roger Dean Stadium, Ballpark of Palm Beaches ready to host spring training with revised schedules

    Less than a week ago, the NFL became the first of the four major sports in this country to complete its full season from start to finish since the start of the coronavirus pandemic a year ago.

    Now, baseball will attempt the daunting task of getting in six weeks of spring training and a full 162-game schedule amid the pandemic when players start reporting Wednesday to facilities in Florida and Arizona, including the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach and Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter.

    More:Spring training plans for West Palm Beach, Jupiter ballparks have been approved, now they await Arizona's request to delay start

    Pitchers and catchers from the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals report next week to Roger Dean Stadium at the same time those from the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros arrive at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. The full squads start reporting Feb. 22.

    “It’s a great feeling, baseball is back,” said Matt Slatus, general manager of the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.

    This will be the first official signs of baseball at the parks since the coronavirus pandemic forced all teams to shut down spring training March 12.

    “We certainly missed it,” said Mike Bauer, GM of Roger Dean Stadium. “This is why we’re here, for spring training and getting the guys ready for the new season. For my team and I, it felt good. It felt like a piece of normalcy in a strange year.”

    Baseball released revised spring training schedules Friday in which teams will play in pods. The Marlins, Cardinals, Nationals, Astros and Mets, who train in Port St. Lucie, will play each other six times (three home, three away) each for a total of 24 games.

    The spring openers include the Marlins and Astros at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches and the Nationals facing the Cardinals at Roger Dean. The Mets first game is March 1 in Jupiter against the Marlins. Capacity will be limited to 1,500.

    Fans are not allowed at the facilities to watch workouts prior to the start of games.

    “The fields are in immaculate condition, it’s like carpet out there right now,” Bauer said. “The teams are working to get all the health and wellness procedure in place. We’re ready to go.”

    Yankees pitcher Deivi Garcia throws out Miami Marlins third baseman Eddy Alvarez during a spring training game at Roger Dean Stadium on March 11. Spring training was shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic following the games of March 12. [Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports]

    The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches and Roger Dean Stadium have established strict COVID-19 protocols and guidelines, including the mandatory use of a face covering when not eating or drinking. Virtually everything in the stadiums will be touchless from the entry gates to the rest rooms. Signs and decals will be posted around the stadiums to remind people to socially distance.

    Spring training games until March 13 may be shortened to five or seven innings if agreed upon by both managers. The completion of innings will not be required if a pitcher has thrown at least 20 pitches. Pitchers also will be permitted to re-enter games after being removed during spring training.

    MLB had hoped to delay the start of spring training about a month and play a 154-game season as COVID-19 cases surged during the winter, but the plan was shot down by the players association.

    The regular season starts April 1. The league and the union have agreed to extensive health and safety protocols that were in place a year ago when a 60-game season with expanded playoffs started in late July.

    Most of the regular-season rules from last season remain in place, including seven-inning doubleheaders and runners on second base to start extra innings. The exception is the designated hitter, which will go back to being used in the American League only.

    Equipment trucks arrived last week at both Palm Beach County ballparks. Both general managers said their staffs have prepared for this since spring training was cut short 11 months ago.

    "We’ve been working since we shut down to figure out how we were going to be able do it again but to do it safely,” Bauer said. “That’s been our priority. Safety is paramount not only for the players and coaches but for my staff, my team and for our fans. I think we’ve got a really nice plan in place. We’re ready to host people again.”

    Slatus said his staff has not taken its "foot off the gas” since the shut down.

    “There’s so much life at the stadium right now,” he said. “It looks a little bit different, but we’ve got painters on site and they’re wearing masks and we’ve got plumbers on site and they’re social distanced and wearing masks. We’re accepting beer deliveries and hot dogs.

    “It’s baseball season.”


    Ballpark of the Palm Beaches: Houston Astros, Washington Nationals

    West Palm Beach

    With tickets having gone on sale last month for Nationals and Astros games on the original spring training schedule, those purchases will be automatically refunded to the original method of payment. Season ticket holders and those who purchased tickets prior will be contacted by e-mail and given priority to re-purchase tickets for the new schedule.

    All remaining tickets then will be on sale starting Feb. 20th for the general public. Tickets can be purchased through the stadium’s website:

    Roger Dean Stadium: Miami Marlins, St. Louis Cardinals 


    Tickets for Marlins and Cardinals games will be available to Roger Dean Stadium season ticket holders Friday. Those customers will be allowed to purchase individual game tickets at their normal season ticket rate.

    On Feb. 21, season ticket holders to Marlins games at Marlins Park and Cardinals games at Busch Stadium will be allowed to purchase single-game tickets.

    On Feb. 23, any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public. Tickets can be purchased through the stadium's website:

    Clover Park: New York Mets

    Port St. Lucie

    Single-game ticket sales for New York Mets spring training season-ticket holders begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Single-game ticket sales for New York Mets season-ticket holders and St. Lucie Mets season-ticket holders begins at 10 a.m. Thursday.

    Single-game tickets for the general public go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 20.

    All tickets must be purchased online at Ticket prices range from $15-$35.

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