The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels (Single-A, Florida State League) will host the 15th annual Ballpark Festival of Beers from 2 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, January 25, at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers (FL). This event will offer an unlimited sampling of over 100 craft beers. Read more and view photos here. Get more details here.
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On Saturday, May 18, fans of the Fort Myers Miracle (Single-A, Florida State League) will have a chance to meet actor Corbin Bernsen, who played character Roger Dorn from the film Major League. Bernsen will be at Hammond Stadium signing autographs and posing for photos with fans at Major League Night, when the first 500 Miracle fans through the gate will receive custom Roger Dorn jerseys. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Beer aficionados, baseball fanatics and fireworks lovers, the Fort Myers Miracle have expertly crafted the perfect evening for you… Beer, Baseball and Boom! The sixth annual Craft Beer Festival is set for Saturday, August 13 at Hammond Stadium. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Springfield Cardinals are excited to announce the addition of The Nest, a brand-new all-inclusive section at Hammons Field for the 2015 Season. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Fort Myers Miracle are pleased to announce the hiring of Kevin Bush as the team’s new Food and Beverage Director. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Pouring more than 80 beers from around the globe, the Ballpark Festival of Beers, presented by Good Deals Appliances, Jenn-Air, Whirlpool and Michael F. Hornung, P.A. Attorneys at Law, is the quintessential celebration of brews in Southwest Florida. Continue reading
The Minnesota Twins held a grand opening of their new 360-degree boardwalk at Hammond Stadium — the team’s spring-training facility in Fort Myers (FL). We love it! View photo gallery here.
The Minnesota Twins led a tour of Hammond Stadium on Wednesday, as Phase One of a $48.5 million renovation of the team’s spring training facility in Fort Myers (FL) neared completion. The Twins play their spring training home opener on March 1 against the Boston Red Sox. Read more here. Watch video here. View construction photos here.
Lee County (FL) commissioners approved a new lease Tuesday with the Minnesota Twins to keep the team’s spring-training operations at Hammond Stadium for the next 30 years. The ballpark is slated to receive $47 million in improvements over the next few years. Read about here.
Lee County (FL) released a 42-page document Friday detailing a proposed plan for more than $40 million in improvements to Hammond Stadium to keep the Minnesota Twins at Lee County Sports Complex for spring training for the next 30 or more years. The agreement is expected to be an agenda item at the November 6 meeting of the commissioners. Read more here.
Lee County (FL) has been granted up to $15 million in matching funds from the state to improve Hammond Stadium, the spring home of the Minnesota Twins and regular-season home of the Single-A Fort Myers Miracle (Florida State League). Read more here
As the Minnesota Twins continue negotiations with Lee County (FL) for substantial upgrades to Hammond Stadium and control of the spring-training facility’s naming rights, Sabina Bhasin from NaplesNews.com takes a look at ballpark naming-rights deals in the Grapefruit League. Read more here.
The Minnesota Twins are looking for major and expensive improvements to Hammond Stadium, the team’s spring training facility in Fort Myers (FL). The Twins want control of the ballpark’s naming rights, just like the Red Sox have at the new JetBlue Park down the road. The Twins also want new dorms for their Gulf Coast League players. Lee County objects, particularly Continue reading
Spring training is almost here, as the Minnesota Twins report to camp Saturday, February 18, and the Boston Red Sox report to camp on Sunday, February 19, in Fort Myers (FL). The Twins return to Hammond Stadium, while the Red Sox take up residence at the new JetBlue Park, which has already energized commerce in the area. Some are saying Continue reading
Hammond Stadium, the spring home for the Minnesota Twins and summer home for the Single-A Fort Myers (FL) Miracle, has an updated menu that includes the new 1,300 calorie “Richard Simmons Burger.” Ballsily named after the exercise guru of Sweatin’ to the Oldies fame, the monster concoction is piled high with a quarter pound hamburger patty, a chicken Continue reading