If you go

February 11, 2007

Orioles information


Fort Lauderdale Stadium (Orioles' 12th year)


1301 NW 55th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33309

Phone number



332 feet to left field; 320 to right; 401 to center.

Ticket prices

Box seats $20; reserved grandstand (seating under cover) $14; general admission $10 ($5 for children 14 and under); children under 3 do not require a ticket.

Senior discount days

Fans 60 and over can purchase a reserved grandstand seat for $7 for select weekday games.

Parking: $5

Ordering tickets online


Ordering tickets by fax or mail

Call the Orioles' spring training line at 954-776-1921 to receive an order form. Order forms also can be mailed to the stadium with a check, money order or credit card guarantee.

Purchasing tickets at the park

Beginning tomorrow, ticket windows will be open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The box office will open at 11 a.m. on game days.

Purchasing tickets by phone

Call Florida Ticketmaster at 954-523-3309, 305-358-5885 or 561-966-3309.

Directions from I-95

Take Exit 32, Commercial Boulevard, and travel west a half-mile to NW 12th Avenue, also known as Oriole Boulevard, and make a right. Fort Lauderdale Stadium is the second stadium on the left.

Directions from the Florida Turnpike

Take Exit 62, Commercial Boulevard, travel east to NW 15th Avenue and make a left. Fort Lauderdale Stadium is the second stadium on the right.

Attending practices

Workouts are accessible only before the Grapefruit League schedule begins. Admission is free. Gates open at 9 a.m.

What can be brought into the stadium?

Stadium policies prohibit bats, umbrellas, cans, glass bottles, jugs, hard coolers and thermoses. Also restricted is baggage of any type, including backpacks, duffel bags, briefcases and oversized hand bags. You can bring cameras and cell phones, but not large electronic equipment such as camcorders and laptop computers. Ballpark security reserves the right to inspect all items carried into the facility. Stadium gates open two hours before game time.


Autograph seeking is permitted in the two-hour window before game time. Fans will be allowed near the field, but they cannot block the views of those already seated for the game.

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