Baseball Stadiums in Greater Phoenix

Map of Cactus League Stadiums in Phoenix
••• Map of Cactus League Stadiums in Arizona. Map Data © 2016 Google

 The Arizona Diamondbacks play during the regular season in a major baseball stadium in Downtown Phoenix. Here is a map, seating chart and more for Baseball games played at Chase Field.

Ten Stadiums of Cactus League Spring Training

The 30 teams of Major League Baseball all participate in Spring Training, half of which travel to Florida for the Grapefruit League, and half travel to Arizona. In Arizona, there are ten Spring Training stadiums where the 15 teams of the Cactus League play.

Unlike the stadiums in Florida, they are relatively close to one another, so you won't have to travel several hours no matter where you are staying. That means that you can experience an assortment of stadiums and see a variety of teams during your visit!  While some teams used to play in Tucson, all the stadiums for Spring Training in Arizona are now located in Maricopa County. The farthest stadiums are about 50 miles apart. 

You can see all ten stadium locations marked on a Google map. From there you can zoom in and out, get driving directions and see what else is nearby.

The purpose of Spring Training is to let the teams practice in true game-like conditions — a scrimmage, if you will. There are umpires and all the traditions of a regular season game. The difference is that this is exhibition ball; the games don't really count, and the rosters are large, so that coaches can allow some of the hotter prospects from the farm teams to try to win position spots on the official roster when the season starts.

Spring Training Baseball's Cactus League attracts over a million baseball fans each year, many of whom travel from outside Arizona to see their favorites teams play exhibition baseball. The weather is usually great, the hot dogs are tasty and the prices are reasonable. The stadiums are smaller than the teams' regular stadiums, so all seats are good seats, close to the action.

Six Stadiums of Arizona Fall League Baseball

In October and November each year all 30 teams of Major League Baseball select prospects and young elite players to participate in this short season. The future stars of baseball play Arizona Fall League baseball! Here is the schedule for AFL games. The six stadiums used are: Sloan Park, Salt River Fields, Scottsdale Stadium, Camelback Ranch-Glendale, Peoria Stadium and Surprise Stadium. Here is a map specifically for those six stadiums.

Teams, with Links to Their Schedules / Home Stadium Tips for Spring Training

Oakland Athletics (As) / Hohokam Stadium

Chicago Cubs / Sloan Park (Cubs Park)

San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners / Peoria Stadium

San Francisco Giants / Scottsdale Stadium

Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies / Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals / Surprise Stadium

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim / Tempe Diablo Stadium

Milwaukee Brewers / Marvale Baseball Park

Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians / Goodyear Ballpark

Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox / Camelback Ranch - Glendale

GPS Coordinates for Cactus League Stadiums

Surprise Stadium

Peoria Stadium

Scottsdale Stadium

Salt River Fields

Hohokam Stadium

Sloan Park

Tempe Diablo Stadium

Goodyear Ballpark

Camelback Ranch - Glendale

Maryvale Baseball Park

See driving times and distances from various Greater Phoenix cities and towns to Phoenix.

The Map

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What about the Arizona Rookie League?

We have another baseball season in Arizona!

It's rookie league baseball, and those games take place on summer evenings. Sometimes they use one of the 10 stadiums mentioned above, but sometimes they use practice fields at other locations. More about Arizona Rookie League, the schedule, and where they play.