Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium

1201 Mellonville Avenue
Sanford, FL 32771

This recently renovated 2000-seat historic stadium once hosted the likes of Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Tim Raines and David Eckstein. Built in 1951, it was once home to the New York Giants and the Boston Braves, certifying its importance in baseball history.

Extensive renovations were made to the stadium in 2001, including a major renovation to the grandstands, a new arc design roof, and newly renovated clubhouses for both teams. The stadium really has done a great job of maintaining its historical image to allow your team or tournament to get a taste of what it’s like to play in a stadium that Jackie Robinson once played in!

Sanford Stadium is home to the Sanford River Rats, the local home town team favorite of the Florida Collegiate Summer League, a wood bat summer baseball league that brings some of the top college baseball players to Central Florida every year.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • Lighted field
  • Field dimensions: 330 ft. (left), 385 ft. (center), 330 ft. (right)
  • 415 box seats (not covered)
  • 1062 covered seats
  • Concession stand
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stand
  • Restrooms
  • Clay warning track
  • Water fountains
  • Scoreboard
  • PA System
  • Two locker rooms
  • Trainer’s room
  • Showers
  • Two managers’ offices with two phone lines in each
  • Air conditioned press box
  • Practice field
  • Bullpens and batting cages
  • Access gates
  • Press box
  • Buddy Lake Room – multi-purpose room
    • Seating capacity: 50
    • Storage
    • Kitchen facility
    • Speaker system
    • Restrooms

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