The Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals both have as their home field Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, FL. They are the only minor league teams to share a home stadium. The Jupiter Hammerheads are a Single A affiliate of the Florida Marlins and the Palm Beach Cardinals are a Single A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. We were able to see them at the second game of the season when they were playing each other. The Hammerheads were the home team for this game. The stadium built in 1998, seating 7,000, is named after a local businessman because of money given to build the facility. Because of two teams playing in the stadium there is a game every night of the season. Tonight was little league night at Roger Dean Stadium. All of the little league teams are named after Single A teams rather than the usual Major League teams. We saw two groups of Everett Aquasox teams and their pictures are shown below since Everett is located just north of our home. The Cardinals won 5-1. The box score was Palm Beach R-5, H-10, E-1 and Jupiter R-1, H-6, E-1. The field lines are RF & LF-325' and CF-400'. The mascot is a hammerhead shark. New color on Hammerheads Logo in 2013. 2013--Hammerheads affiliated with Miami. Low A playing Southeast League, East Division. Cardinals affiliated with St. Louis. Low A playing in Southeast League, East Division.
Once the transportation hub of SE Florida, Jupiter was the starting point for the Celestial Railroad, which ran through Mars, Venus, and Juno to Lake Worth. Jupiter is now a center for recreation and light industry.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, 108 feet tall, which was completed in 1860 still guides ships approaching the Florida coast with a beam that is visible from 18 miles at sea. Fee.