Al Lang Stadium

Al Lang Stadium is a downtown St. Petersburg waterfront baseball park. For many decades, the stadium was the spring training home for a series of Major League Baseball clubs and the summer home of their affiliated minor league teams. Tenants included the New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles and the Tampa Bay Rays, amongst others. The sport's most illustrious figures have run the bases in Al Lang Stadium – Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Stan Musial and more. The stadium hosted its last spring training game in 2008. Since 2011, it has served as the home pitch for the Tampa Bay Rowdies soccer club of the North American Soccer League.

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Parking
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Natural Grass
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Distance from Beach: 10 mi. to St. Pete Beach
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Seating Capacity: 7227 (including berm seating)
Sports Offered
BaseballSoccer
Venue Features
Grand StandsLightsMaintenance StaffMedia RoomMen's Locker RoomPerformance Space: 1 Major League Baseball Stadium field with lightsPublic Address SystemScoreboardsSports Venue Details: MLB Stadium complex with office space, media center, locker rooms, batting cages, concessions & practice infieldTicket Office
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Community: St. Petersburg

Address
230 1st Street S.

St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Phone: 813-727-1139

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Based on 36 reviews
DJOrejon | Oct 27, 2016
“An Unexpected Surprise”

I was able to catch the second half of the final home game of the season for the Tampa Bay Rowdies. It was a fantastic time. I was blown away by the hometown fans' level of support for the side. They...

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