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Jackie Robinson Ballpark; Daytona Beach, Fl.

Jackie Robinson Ballpark is a Minor League Baseball stadium in Daytona Beach, Florida. When it was built in 1914, it was called City Island Ballpark. It was changed in the late 1980s after Jackie Robinson, the famous baseball player who played at the park in 1946. The stadium is nicknamed "The Jack."

It is currently home to the Minor League Daytona Tortugas, a Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The park was also home to the Daytona Cubs, Daytona Beach Admirals, Daytona Beach Islanders, Daytona Beach Dodgers, and Daytona Beach Astros. It also served as the spring training home for the St. Louis Cardinals, Brooklyn Dodgers, Baltimore Orioles, and Montreal Expos.

This set includes a replica of the stadium with two minifigures; a player with a glove and a bat, and the Daytona Tortugas mascot, Shelldon.