BayCare Ballpark

Clearwater, Florida

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May 28 ~ Jun 3
Formally known as Spectrum Stadium, BayCare Ballpark is one of the most impressive sports venues in the state. With a seating capacity of over 8,000, the stadium is home to the Phillies spring training and serves as a host to various other sporting events, concerts, and festivals throughout the year. The state-of-the-art facility features modern lighting and a spacious concourse that offers views of the surrounding area.

BayCare Ballpark Visitors Guide

Whether you're a sports enthusiast or simply looking for a fun place to spend a day out, BayCare Ballpark is the perfect destination. It’s easy to see why sports fans head to this spot year after year with the anticipation of catching their favorite Philadelphia Phillies players during the MLB spring training season. Not only is BayCare Ballpark the place to be for Phillies fans, but it’s also the perfect place to catch local teams such as the Clearwater Threshers.

The stadium’s original name was Bright House Networks Field. As of 2017, the complex was renamed Spectrum Field after being purchased by Charter Communications. In 2021, the complex was renamed again to BayCare Ballpark after BayCare Health System acquired a six-year naming rights agreement.

Oftentimes, visitors are impressed by Baycare Ballpark’s seating options which offer fantastic views from any seat. The stadium also offers a wide variety of delicious food such as cheesesteaks, hotdogs, and BBQ sandwiches. You can also find easy parking with plenty of lots to choose from.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much is parking at BayCare Ballpark?

The price for parking is $15. If you have an oversized vehicle that takes up more than one space, you will be charged for the additional spot.

2. What are you allowed to bring into BayCare Ballpark?

The items allowed include medical bags, diaper bags, and single-compartment purses.

3. Is berm seating available?

Berm seating is ticketed and limited.

4. Can you bring bottled water to a game?

Unopened plastic bottles, single-serve soft-sided juice containers, and baby bottles may be brought into the ballpark after they have been inspected.


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