Baseball & Softball

From little league to the big leagues, Jacksonville has the fields to let you swing for the fences.

121 Financial Ballpark is one of the premiere minor league ballparks in North America. Featuring an old-fashioned design, brick façade and a grass seating berm, the Ballpark reminds fans of the days of yesteryear and preserves all of the wonderful tradition baseball has to offer. The vivid sightlines capture the action up-close while providing fans with comfortable seating and easy access to concessions and restrooms. The Ballpark sits on a little more than 9 acres and includes a 112,000-square-foot field, 12 luxury skyboxes, four skydecks, a large scoreboard and videoboard, a playground, and the “knuckle” – a unique nine-foot high mound for seating at the left field corner. In addition to six concession stands, six portable kiosk locations, three dressing rooms, a media room, weight room and kitchen, the Ballpark also features a place for players to practice indoors.

Drew Park is a four diamond city complex with 5 fields that has hosted numerous men's and women's national and regional tournaments.

Cecil Field is 2,000+ acre site with 2 adult softball fields, 1 youth softball field and 2 lighted youth baseball fields.

Burnett Park boasts several lighted baseball and softball fields.

Ed Austin Park is a 144 acre site that includes 2 youth and 2 adult fields.

Ringhaver Park is a 600 acre site that includes 4 adult lighted softball fields

Palmetto Leaves Regional Park is a 400 acre site with 4 lighted softball fields.


HIGHLIGHTS

  • 121 Financial Ballpark has nearly 6,000 stadium-style chairs and can accommodate more than 11,000 fans.
  • The ACC Baseball Tournament is hosted annually at 121 Financial Ballpark.
  • Professional baseball has been played in Jacksonville since 1904, and continuously since 1946, dating back to the Tars of the South Atlantic League.