Explore the Cardinals' Minor League ballparks

February 17th, 2023

The Minor League Ballpark Guides series spotlights each stadium across baseball’s affiliated ranks. Each edition provides ballpark highlights, from concessions to seating options to in-game entertainment to mascots. Ballpark Guides also take travelers through each facility’s surrounding area, encompassing the best places in town to eat or drink, nearby tourist attractions and more. Plan your Minor League Baseball road trip today!

For Cardinals prospects, the journey to the big leagues begins in Florida and makes a final stop south of St. Louis on the Mississippi River. Future Redbirds also get a taste of the Show-Me State with a stop in Illinois along the way.

The Cardinals system, in four parts:

Single-A: Palm Beach Cardinals, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium
This unique stadium is the only ballpark in Minor League Baseball that hosts two teams. Located in what is described as South Florida’s northernmost city, this is the place to see St. Louis and Miami prospects in the early stages of their professional careers. Read more »

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High-A: Peoria Chiefs, Dozer Park
Welcome to Dozer Park, a downtown stadium with an affinity for heavy machinery. America's pastime has long been played in Peoria, as the Illinois River city first hosted a team in the 1870s. Read more »

Double-A: Springfield Cardinals, Hammons Field
This is where future Cardinals get their first taste of the Show-Me State. Rooted in the history of Springfield baseball and the legendary St. Louis franchise, this ballclub has found its own flair. Read more »

Triple-A: Memphis RedBirds, AutoZone Park
At AutoZone Park, future Cardinals prepare for their final flight toward The Show. Situated in downtown Memphis just blocks from the Mississippi River, there's no shortage of things to do in the city known for producing legendary musicians. Read more »