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Roger Dean Stadium is the only ballpark in the Grapefruit League that doesn't have a roof. So shade is very hard to come by, but it can be found in rows 10-11 in sections 206-208.
The best seats at Roger Dean Stadium are behind home plate in sections 111-115, following by the sections behind the dugouts. However the 200 sections behind home plate is where you can find the best value for the majority of the games.
The St Louis Cardinals dugout is located on the first base side in front of sections 106-109.
The Miami Marlins dugout is located on the third base side in front of sections 117-119.
Roger Dean Stadium is located in Jupiter, Florida and is the spring training home of the St Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins. It has a capacity of 7,000. All the seats in the grandstands have chair backs and armrests, with bleacher seating in sections 301-304.
There are few seats to avoid at Roger Dean Stadium. Camera platforms can obstruct the view in sections 202 and 212 in row 11 seat 18 and row 12 seats 18-20. Also there are certain seats in section 102 that don't face home plate, specifically seats 1-10 in row 11, seats 1-9 in row 10, seats 1-8 in rows 8-9, seats 1-7 in row 7, seats 1-6 in row 6, seats 1-5 in rows 4-5, seats 1-4 in row 3, seats 1-3 in row 2, and seats 1-2 in row 1.
There are several lots to park for this stadium. Season ticket holders have access to a parking garage across the street from the stadium that the stadium rents on game days. There are two grass lots close to the stadium where you can park, but it is more expensive than the paved lot just down the road that the stadium rents from Florida Atlantic University.
Both of the bullpens are located in foul territory. The Marlins' bullpen is down the left field line while the Cardinals' bullpen is located down the right field line.
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