Major League Baseball at Disney World
Walt Disney World has a rare treat for baseball fans coming in May 2007 - Major League Baseball! That's right - for the first time in the history of Walt Disney World, regular season Major League Baseball will be played inside "The Ballpark" at Walt Disney World's Wide World of Sports Complex. Typically the Spring Training home for the Atlanta Braves in February and March, the ballpark at Disney World's Wide World of Sports Complex will be the temporary home to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. You can visit Disney World's Wide World of Sports through the Magic Your Way Park Hopper with Water Park Fun&More ticket passport. To purchase discount Park Hopper tickets to Walt Disney World, CLICK HERE!
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays will be playing a 3-game "home" series about an hour East of where the would normally play - Tropicana Field in
The ballpark at Disney's Wide World of Sports is extremely cozy, with a capacity of around 9,000 seats. Designed to mimic stadiums from baseball's Golden Era of the 1960's with that close to the action, intimate feel, this ballpark is a sight to see. If you've ever wanted to catch a Major League game in an old-fashioned stadium, where you can see and hear practically everything from the umpire's "Strike Three" calls, to the crack of a wooden bat crushing a 90mph fastball - this is an experience you do not want to miss! These dates in May are the only three Major League regular season games playing inside Disney World, and the 1st time in history it has been done. Come down to