Jackie Robinson BallparkLocation: 115 E. Orange Avenue,
(City of Daytona Beach)
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Opened in 1914, Daytona Beach's City Island ballpark was the site of professional baseball's first racially integrated game. The player was Jackie Robinson, and since 1989 this stadium has borne his name. Home to the minor league Daytona Tortugas, the 4200-seat ballpark now attracts more than 150,000 fans each season. Hitters at "The Jack" swing for a wall 400 feet in center field.
2000 parking spaces. Electronic scoreboards and lighted fields available.
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