New York Mets: Spring Training stadium renovation not finished

Mets pitchers and catchers begin to report for preseason workouts on Monday. But the team’s $57 million overhaul of Clover Park, its spring training home, is reportedly just over halfway finished. 

According to the Treasure Coast Palm, citing a December quarterly construction report St. Lucie County sent to the state, the renovations of the Mets’ 7,100 seat stadium in Port St. Lucie, Fla. is only 62% complete.

County officials told the paper that they hope to have work on the stadium done by Feb. 24, two days after New York’s first Spring Training home game. The entire project is projected to be finished by June 3, according to the report. 

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