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Florida Auto Exchange Stadium
Location Dunedin, Florida United States
28.003771; -82.786048
Dunedin Blue Jays

Florida Auto Exchange Stadium was built in 1990 and has a capacity of 5,509 people. It is the home stadium of the Dunedin Blue Jays of the Florida State League and Spring Training for the Toronto Blue Jays. The park was originally called Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field from 1990 to 2003. The naming rights were purchased by Knology, a Southeastern communications and entertainment company and the park was renamed Knology Park. The name reverted back to Dunedin Stadium after the naming rights expired following the 2008 season. Following the 2010 season the name was again changed to its current title after a new sponsorship deal was signed.


Current ballparks in Florida State League
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Space Coast Stadium | Bright House Field | Jackie Robinson Ballpark | Florida Auto Exchange Stadium | Joker Marchant Stadium | Steinbrenner Field McKechnie Field | Charlotte Sports Park | Hammond Stadium | Roger Dean Stadium | Tradition Field

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