Minnesota Twins - Fort Myers
@Century Link Sports Complex
14100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway
Ft. Myers, FL 33912
Ticket Purchasing and Information:
Attending a Minnesota Twins Game at CENTURYLINK Sports Complex
Prior to the 2015 season, the Minnesota Twins unveiled a $48.5 million renovation to Hammond Stadium at the CENTURYLINK Sports Complex. Among the renovations to the stadium included a 360 degree Boardwalk around the outfield, an expansion of the stadium to a capacity of 8,730, upgraded and expanded concessions, restroom renovations, premium seating improvements, a new retail store, areas for group seating, clubhouse expansion and improvements, press box renovations and a new parking lot.
Having topped 100,000 total attended each year for the last 11 spring training seasons, the CENTURYLINK Sports Complex boasts quite a few features to keep fans coming each March. Twins games at Hammond Stadium features picturesque confines featuring a Churchill Downs appeal on the outer facade.
Hammond Stadium has plenty of fun spots. There's a Beer Garden - A gathering spot before, during and after the game. Located on the left-field side concourse. The Bullpen Picnic Pavilion is a covered pavilion right next to the action! Great spot for photo opportunities and autographs! The Fountain Plaza is a picturesque setting by the beautiful waterfall fountain near the stadium entrance.
Entering the stadium, on a palm-tree lined sidewalk, shows off the building's outer facade that doesn't even look like a baseball stadium. A fountain outside the gates provides a perfect gathering spot to meet others at the game or to enjoy and take photos. The parking lot outside Hammond Stadium pays tribute to former Twins greats as the aisles are named after former players such as Harmon Killebrew, Tony Olivia and others.
Twins Spring Training Ticket Prices & Information
2016 Ticket Information
Dugout Box $45; Home Plate Box $30; Diamond Box, First & Third Base Terraces $28; Home Plate View $27; Bullpen Zone $25; Outfield Seating $9-25
The 2016 season will mark the Twins 26th Spring Training at this location. The stadium was built in 1991 with renovations prior to the 2014 season.
Parking: $10 per car
Dimensions: 330' down the foul lines and 405' to center.
Seating Capacity: 9,300
Practices held at Hammond Stadium and the Complex each morning at 9:00 a.m. until exhibition games begin.
Click here for a Hammond Stadium Seating Diagram
Hammond Stadium is also home to the Fort Myers Miracle, the Twins Class A Florida State League affiliate
Directions to Hammond Stadium
From north or south:
Take I-75 to Daniels Parkway/Airport Exit 131. Go west for two miles to Six Mile Cypress Parkway. Turn left on Six Mile Cypress Parkway and travel south for half mile; complex is on the right.
Traffic and Road Construction Information from the Florida Department of Transportation
Learn about important traffic and roadway conditions by visiting www.FL511.com. This service reports travel times, road construction, lane closures and more on major Florida roadways.
Minnesota Twins Spring Training History
(Washington Senators 1901-60 / Minnesota Twins 1961-present)
1936-42 Orlando (Tinker Field)
1946-90 Orlando (Tinker Field)
1991-2016 Lee County, Fort Myers (William Hammond Stadium at CENTURYLINK SPORTS COMPLEX)
Twins Spring Training Attendance (2006-16)
Lee County Visitors & Convention Bureau, (239) 338-3500 or www.FortMyersSanibel.com
Other Spring Training sites nearby
JetBlue Park, Fort Myers, Home of the Boston Red Sox – 5 miles to the east
Charlotte Sports Park, Port Charlotte, Home of the Tampa Bay Rays - 51 miles to the North
Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota, Home of the Baltimore Orioles, 86 miles to the North