April 13, 2003
The Astro's spring training baseball games are played at the newly remodeled Osceola County Stadium, located about 20 minutes from south Orlando in Kissimmee. They are a part of the Grapefruit League. We went to the stadium a day before the game, as they tend to sell out. Another option is to buy tickets online through Ticketmaster. Parking is $4. The tickets are $12 for reserved. We sat in Section 216, Row 18, seats 10-13, which were in the shade. We sat behind the Braves dugout (first base line), and since the Braves also are located in the Orlando area, we were outnumbered.
There really aren't any bad seats in the stadium. The games are fun to watch and you get to see a lot of players. They sign autographs in an area down the third base line after they are taken out of the game. The Astro's lost but Craig Biggio did hit a grand slam. This is a great option for families as it is low priced and the kids can get a chance to see the players up close.
From journal Non Theme Park Vacation