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Fort Lauderdale Stadium

Fort Lauderdale Stadium
Inside Fort Lauderdale Stadium.
Full name Fort Lauderdale Municipal Stadium
Location 1401 NW 55th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Coordinates
Owner City of Fort Lauderdale
Capacity 8,340
Field size Left - 332 ft.
Center - 401 ft.
Right - 320 ft.
Surface Grass
Opened 1962
Tenants
Fort Lauderdale Strikers (training) (2010-present)
New York Yankees (AL) (spring training) (1962-1995)
Fort Lauderdale Yankees (FSL) (1962-1992)
Fort Lauderdale Red Sox (FSL) (1993)
Baltimore Orioles (AL) (spring training) (1996-2009)
Federal League Semi-Pro Baseball (1996-2010)

Fort Lauderdale Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida next to Lockhart Stadium. Fort Lauderdale Stadium has recently been leased to Traffic Sports USA (owners of the [[Fort Lauderdale Strikers

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