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|Gulf Coast Dodgers|
Dodgertown, located in Vero Beach, FL, was the training complex of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, from 1948-2008. The complex includes four full-sized practice fields, two additional infields, several dozen bullpens and a stadium, known as Holman Stadium. In addition, there are numerous other facilities within Dodgertown, including dormatories, a motel, a conference center, tennis courts and a pool.
Holman Stadium was the home of the Vero Beach Devil Rays of the Florida State League through the 2008 FSL season. The complex was also the home of the Gulf Coast Dodgers of the Gulf Coast League. The GCL Dodgers moved to the Arizona League in 2009. The Dodgers moved their entire Florida Operations Department to Arizona that same year. The Vero Beach FSL franchise moved to Port Charlotte for the start of the 2009 season.