Before you start driving from stadium to stadium every day of the month in March, you can attend the Spring Training Festival in late February.
Three stadiums offer free trolley transportation to the games. They are Camelback-Ranch, Salt River Fields, and Tempe Diablo Stadium.
If you aren't a local, you probably want to know what the weather is like so you can decide -- corduroys, sweaters and boots? shorts, tanks and flip flops?
Enjoy this photo gallery that includes pictures of every stadium in the Phoenix area.
Some of the games aren't as exciting as others, and I found myself taking photos of all the different headgear you'll see at the games. Some of them are quite unusual!
The concept of home whites and coordinating colors between the teams isn't exactly a science at Spring Training baseball games. So how do you know which is the home team and which is the visiting team?
I learned many of the phrases of baseball at a Spring Training game at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. Enjoy this photo tour of the stadium banners, each with a different baseball phrase.
One of the most popular activities during the Spring Training season in Arizona is getting autographs. Cactus League Baseball is exhibition baseball; the stadiums are smaller, and the ball players are generally more accessible.
Practice sessions are open, although spectators are usually looking through a chain link fence to watch the ballplayers go through their routines. Find out where each team's practice fields are located, and get some tips about attending those sessions.
Sports bars are popular places to go after a day of cheering for your favorite team during Spring Training. Here are the best sports bars in the area, grouped geographically. Don't be surprised if you see some of the ballplayers at these sports bars after the game.
You want to dress the part, don't you? Here are some recommendations for appropriate attire when attending a cactus League baseball game.