|JETBLUE PARK AT FENWAY SOUTH
Fort Myers in Lee County has been the spring-training home of the Boston Red Sox since 1993, when the team moved from Winter Haven's Chain of Lakes Park. The Red Sox train at JetBlue Park at Fenway South, a new complex that hosts enough training facilities for both the minor league and major league squads.
The stadium is also used by the Gulf Coast Rookie League's Red Sox.
The Minnesota Twins also train in Fort Myers.
Spring Training History
The Boston Red Sox have trained in the following locations: Charlottesville, Va. (1901); Augusta, Ga. (1902); Macon, Ga. (1903-1906); Little Rock (1907-1908); Hot Springs, Ark. (1909-1910); Redondo Beach, Cal. (1911); Hot Springs, Ark. (1912-1918); Tampa (1919); Hot Springs, Ark. (1920-1923); San Antonio (1924); New Orleans (1925-1927); Bradenton (1928-1929); Pensacola, Fla. (1930-1931); Savannah (1932); Sarasota (1933-1942); Medford, Mass. (1943-1944); Atlantic City (1945); Sarasota (1946-1958); Scottsdale (1959-1965); Winter Haven (1966-1992); Ft. Myers (1993-present).
The Red Sox have been training at JetBlue Park since the ballpark opened.