The Terry Park Ballfield (also known as the Park T. Pigott Memorial Stadium) is listed as a National Historic Site in Fort Myers, Florida. The park is named after the family who donated the land in the 1920s. For years, the stadium has hosted Major League Baseball spring training as well as a dozen years of Florida State League baseball. The stadium has hosted the Philadelphia Athletics, Cleveland Indians, Pittsburgh Pirates and Kansas City Royals spring training needs throughout the years. Terry Park was also home to some early minor league baseball, most notably the Fort Myers Palms and Fort Myers Royals, both belonging to the Florida State League. Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Roberto Clemente, Jimmy Foxx, Bob Feller, Tris Speaker, and George Brett are some of the Hall of Famers who have played at Terry Park.
2006 Brochure - 100 Years of History
Terry Park Specification Sheet