Each spring the teams of the Cactus League play about a month of Spring Training Baseball. This is where the managers take a look at the players and determine the final roster based on their performance. The great thing about Spring Training games is that you'll get to see many of your favorite's teams players during one game.
General information and dates about Spring Training Baseball in Arizona, including how the various Cactus League teams finished up the last regular season.
Get schedules, ticket information, and stadium information for each team that plays Spring Training Baseball in Arizona.
Here are seating charts for all of the stadiums where Spring Training baseball is played. Both Phoenix and Tucson stadiums are included.
A zoomable map with all the Phoenix area stadiums marked.
We're pretty much used to the security procedures at sporting events, but just in case, you should review this list.
Some people aren't so much interested in just seeing one team play. They'd rather plan the month of March around several games in several locations. That's how I do it! Here's a calendar of all the games being played by date. You could even go to more than one in a day, if you choose to.
Every team has a different date, usually somewhere between November and mid-January. As I am advised of the dates that tickets for each team will go on sale, this is wherI will add it.
The Cactus League stadiums in the Tucson and Phoenix areas are all different, with unique features, both positive and not-so-positive. Here are some tips about each stadium that you might want to know before you go to a game -- maybe even before you buy the tickets to a game!
Tell us what you like or dislike about the various stadiums around town. Which stadium is your favorite? Are the concessions good? Is the parking convenient? Share your opinion.