The park with many names. It will always be known as Grant Field to me.
Used by the Toronto Blue Jays in March for Spring Training and the Dunedin Blue Jays - Florida State League team in the summer. All the seats are in the sun, and are made of hard blue plastic...it's hot! Wear sunscreen. Parking is extremely limited since ballpark is located in a residential neighborhood.
This park is not as nice as the Phillie's Brighthouse Park to the South, or the Yankee's GS Field in Tampa. Most parks are now being built with an openness so that you can still see the game when you are out of your seat, also many new parks are built so that you can actually walkaround the entire field and not miss a pitch...such is not the case here.
If you have never been here or if you are a Jays fan, then visit to check it out. Otherwise, it's no big deal visiting here. On a plus side, it's an easier park to get autographs from the players, especially down the lines in the foul territory.
The ballpark food choices here is just so-so. They can do so much better.
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