Fort Myers Miracle
- Location: Fort Myers, FL
- League: Florida State League 1992-2019
- Affiliation: Co-op 1992; Minnesota Twins 1993-2019
- Ballpark: Hammond Stadium
The Fort Myers Miracle are the only professional baseball team that played at least one game in all four Lee County stadiums that have been the regular home of a pro ball club: Hammond Stadium, which hosted the Miracle from 1990 through 2019 and the rebranded Fort Myers Mighty Mussels since; the Red Sox' jetBlue Park, during a 2015 Hammond renovation; Park T. Pagett Memorial Stadium (located in Terry Park and better known by that or as Terry Park Ballfield) in 2006, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the recreational park in which it sits; and City of Palms Park in 2018, specifically to complete the set.
A group that included Mike Veeck, the son of legendary baseball promoter Bill Veeck, and actor Bill Murray bought the flailing Miami Miracle in 1990, promptly moving the club to Fort Myers, building it into a success, and selling it in 2014.