TD Ballpark

Park Name: TD Ballpark


Dunedin Blue Jays (Florida State League)

Toronto Blue Jays (Grapefruit League)

Opened: 1930

Grandstand Rebuilt: 1990, 2019

Address: 373 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, Florida 34698

Dimensions: 333' (L), 400' (C), 336' (R)

Former Names:

Grant Field (1930-1990)

Knology Park (2004-2008)

Florida Auto Exchange Stadium (2009-2017)

Dunedin Stadium (2018-2019)

Former Tenants:

Dunedin Blue Jays (Florida State League) 1978-1979

Dunedin Blue Jays (Florida State League) 1987-2019

Toronto Blue Jays (American League) 2021 {Alternate Field}

Dunedin Blue Jays (Low-A Southeast) 2021

The view from behind home plate at TD Ballpark.

The view from down the first base line, looking toward the scoreboard in left center.

The view from down the third base line. The Blue Jays clubhouse wraps around the right field foul pole.

The grandstand at TD Ballpark.

The press box behind home plate. The park was built in 1990 and before the most recent renovation, lacked the luxury suites that are common in modern parks.

The outfield at TD Ballpark is fairly uniform, though the wall is taller to the left of the line scoreboard.

The distance markers on the outfield wall are in both feet and meters, a nod to the park's Canadian tenants.

Though most of the Blue Jays practice fields are located off-site, a small field is located next to the stadium and features artificial turf so the Jays players can get used to the turf at Rogers Centre.

The current ballpark was built in 1990 on the site of Grant Field, where the Blue Jays had been training since 1977.

Plaques on the concourse wall celebrate former Dunedin Blue Jays who have made it to the major leagues.

The Dunedin Blue Jays on the field during a minor league game at TD Ballpark.