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Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
Spring training home of the
Washington Nationals
and Houston Astros (2017- )

Ballpark of the Palm Beaches
Nationals Park Minute Maid Park
Key to diagrams

Vital statistics:
Lifetime Seating capacity Seating rows
Overhang / shade % Territory
(1,000 sq. ft.)
Fence height  CF
orien- tation
Back-stop Outfield dimensions The Clem Criteria:
Built Status 1st deck 2nd deck Upper deck Lower deck Upper deck Fair Foul LF CF RF Left
Left-center Center field Right-center Right field Field
asym- metry
prox- imity
Loc- ation Aesth- etics Over- all
2017 NEW 7,000 ? 23 2 -- 10 -- ? ? ? ? ? NNE 45 335 (370) 406 (380) 336 5 8 7 7 8 7.0

NOTE: Figure in parentheses is the actual distance, which is not marked.

BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Nationals vs. Red Sox spring training game, Mar. 7, 2017.

After spending their first twelve years of spring training in Vero Beach, the Washington Nationals moved into brand-new "Ballpark of the Palm Beaches" in February 2017, along with the Houston Astros.


Click on the camera icons (camera) to see the photos, one by one.

Ballpark of Palm Beaches

camera # 1 From the third base side. (Mar. 7, 2017)

camera # 2 Bullpen in right field. (Mar. 7, 2017)

camera # 3 Grandstand. (Mar. 7, 2017)

camera # 4 Panorama from right field. (Mar. 7, 2017)

camera # 5 Panorama from behind home plate. (Mar. 7, 2017)

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