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Digital Domain Park - Panoramic view of the stadium from http://i-ota.net
525 Nw Peacock Boulevard
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
(772) 871-2115 (MAP)

Tips

Back Fields
There is always a lot of players that stay in the back fields and workout when the team is on the road.
Jim - President Mets Booster Club 

Admire The Murals
Take some time before the game or between innings to admire the murals on the walls, honoring former Mets.
Joe Connor, Author of A Fan’s Guide To The Ultimate Spring Training Experience, www.modernerabaseball.com 

Traffic Delays
Anyone planning on going to Spring Training games at Tradition Field for the first time... If traveling I-95 south and exiting at St Lucie West Blvd (or anyone who plans on traveling eastbound St Lucie at all) be prepared for tremendous traffic delays. If you plan on arriving just at game time, allow yourself an extra 30-45 minutes travel time. An hour would be better. 

Grandstand Is Off Limits Without A Ticket
If you buy a seat in the berm or bleachers you're stuck there. They have a separate entrance - Gate C in right field - and no access to the grandstand. www.SpringTrainingConnection.com 

Don't wait until tickets go on sale to the public
Don't wait until tickets go on sale to the public. Call the box office first. Sometimes they have plans that will allow you to purchase tickets long before the public gets a chance to buy them. I just reserved seats for ten games this spring and they don't go on sale until 1/23 (that's 46 days prior to public sales). Of course these are Mets tickets and I live in Port Saint Lucie so it was convenient for me to do so. Good luck. 

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Weather

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Places to Stay

Hotels

Springhill Suites
(772) 871-2929
2000 NW Courtyard Cir
Port St Lucie, FL 34986
1.0 mi S
Sheraton's PGA Vacation Resort
(772) 460-5700
8702 Champions Way
Port St Lucie, FL 34986
1.5 mi SW
Hampton Inn & Suites
(772) 878-5900
155 SW Peacock Blvd
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986
1.1 mi S
Courtyard by Marriott "Brand New"
(772) 781-3344
7615 SW Lost River Road
Stuart, FL 34997

 

Golf

PGA Golf Club
(772) 467-1300
1916 Perfect Dr
Port St Lucie, FL 34986
1.4 mi SW
St James Golf Club
(772) 336-4653
5613 NW Saint James Dr
Port St Lucie, FL 34983
3.7 mi E
Gator Trace Golf & Country Club
(772) 464-7442
4302 Gator Trace Dr
Fort Pierce, FL 34982
6.9 mi NE
Savanna Club Golf Course
(772) 879-1316
3490 Crabapple Dr
Port St Lucie, FL 34952
7.3 mi E

2017 Schedule

News

NYM Homepage News


Gsellman returns to hill, apologizes to Sandy
For the better part of a minute, Robert Gsellman trudged from the pitcher's mound to the dugout, twice glancing behind him to the open bullpen doors. Gsellman appeared agitated, distressed -- hardly the emotionless soul he purported to be just one night earlier, when Gsellman defied Mets general manager Sandy Alderson's concern over his poor results.
08/16/2017 11:41 PM

Mets can't solve Yanks, drop third straight
Aaron Judge hit one of the most impressive home runs in Citi Field history and Didi Gregorius delivered a tiebreaking hit as the Yankees defeated the Mets, 5-3, in Subway Series action on Wednesday evening.
08/16/2017 11:03 PM

Alderson: Wright wants to return this season
With a little more than six weeks left in the regular season, the window for David Wright to return to the Mets shrinks by the day. When asked for specifics about Wright's timetable, the Mets typically demur, offering little more than vague assurances that he can still return.
08/16/2017 07:32 PM

Cespedes, Mets to don nicknames on jerseys
Travis d'Arnaud will sport the nickname "Lil D" on his jersey during Major League Baseball's inaugural Players Weekend on Aug. 25-27, when all players will wear colorful, non-traditional uniforms featuring alternate designs. The look is a nod toward youth baseball during the final weekend of the Little League World Series.
08/09/2017 12:30 PM

d'Arnaud makes 1st career appearance at 3B
Starving for third-base production for most of this season, the Mets absorbed another significant blow Wednesday, scratching both Jose Reyes and Wilmer Flores an hour before game time due to left rib-cage strains. As a result, regular catcher Travis d'Arnaud made his first career appearance at third.
08/16/2017 06:34 PM

 

 
 

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