The Orioles will fly down to Sarasota County once again for the 2014 spring training season. The schedule has been released and after a record 2013 season for attendance, fans can expect a great environment in Ed Smith Stadium for the pastime sport.
The Orioles have been a part of the Sarasota Community since 1991. 2014 is the fifth consecutive year for Orioles spring training in Sarasota. Ed Smith Stadium, recently renovated, has been home to the Orioles for the past four years. Previously, it was the training facility for the Chicago White Sox and the Cincinnati Reds. Today, the stadium plays host to events year-round.
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Ed Smith Stadium is located at 2700 12th Street, Sarasota.
Ed Smith Stadium
2700 12th Street
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