It’s a four-sport weekend at Historic Dodgertown.

NEWS RELEASE

For the first time in Dodgertown’s 70-year history, baseball, softball, rugby and lacrosse teams take to the fields over the same weekend.

This weekend’s teams are:

ATAVUS/USA Girls Rugby

BSE Agency, Inc and CRBL – boys baseball from Quebec, Canada

iJUCO Crossover Softball

Red Water Lacrosse

Historic Dodgetown Baseball Classic featuring the University of Pittsburgh and Siena College

Historic Dodgertown’s 80-acre property boasts 10 full fields and one half-field, batting cages and locker rooms, on-site housing and dining, giving players the ultimate in a major league experience. The grounds crew team is coordinating equipment for rugby on the 100’ x 130’ multi-sport field, setting up Holman Stadium and baseball fields for baseball and softball, and marking the lines to convert baseball outfields for lacrosse.

Historic Dodgertown was the Spring Training home of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1948-2008. Today Historic Dodgertown is a multi-use sports and conference center welcoming teams, corporate and leadership training, community events, family reunions and more. Our 80-acre property features 89 hotel villa rooms, pristine fields, athletic locker rooms and training rooms, plus recreational amenities including a competition-sized swimming pool with oversized deck, lighted tennis and basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, a fitness room, paths and trails for walking and jogging, and more. 

To book your team for games and training at Historic Dodgertown, please call (772) 569-4900 or email info@historicdodgertown.com.

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