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Scottsdale - Baseball Spring Training

Each year in late February, a dozen major league teams convene in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area to get in shape for the coming season. Fans flock to these practice games, where they can watch their favorite teams formulate strategies and hone their playing skills as they play against other major teams. As an added bonus, spring training games are only a fraction of the price of in-season baseball games.

Each team has a "home base" during their spring training, and Scottsdale Stadium plays host to the San Francisco Giants. Scottsdale Stadium is a new stadium and one of the nicer such venues in the area. The Giants face off here each year against teams such as the Chicago Cubs, the Seattle Mariners, and the Texas Rangers. Games start in early March and run through the end of the month.

Below is some helpful information for visitors and fans interested in attending a spring training game.

Cactus League

For decades, Arizona has hosted Major League Baseball spring training due to its warmth and sunshine, scenic beauty and warm hospitality, made even better when paired with America's favorite pastime. It’s the fans that make spring training come alive each March, so come to Arizona and cheer on your favorite team!

Today, the Cactus League is regarded as one of the most important tourism events in Arizona. Last year alone more than 1.47 million fans attended games in March. So get out there and enjoy Major League Baseball in the desert!

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Cactus League Teams


Camelback Ranch
10710 W Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ
Goodyear Ballpark
1933 South Ballpark Way
Goodyear, AZ

Hohokam Park
1235 North Center Street
Mesa, AZ
(480) 644-4451
Maryvale Stadium
3600 North 51st Avenue
Phoenix, AZ

Peoria Sports Complex
16101 N 83rd Ave
Peoria, AZ
Phoenix Municipal Stadium
5999 E Van Buren St
Phoenix, AZ 85008

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
7555 N Pima Rd
Scottsdale, AZ
Scottsdale Stadium
7408 E Osborn Rd
Scottsdale, AZ

Surprise Stadium
15960 N Bullard Ave
Surprise, AZ
Tempe Diablo Stadium
2200 West Alameda Dr # 105
Tempe, AZ
(480) 350-5205


Spring training is almost as old as baseball itself. By 1900, spring training was firmly established as a baseball ritual, with most American and National League teams heading out of town so players could train and fans could leave the snow and the cold behind and enjoy a day at the ballpark. Small Florida and Arizona communities were suddenly known across the nation because of the allure provided by major-league baseball.

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