|Capacity||15,000 (9,200 fixed seats, 4,200 outfield-berm capacity, 1,600 suite-level seating)|
|Dimensions||360L, 366LC, 410C, 398RC, 360R|
|Local Airport||Phoenix or Mesa|
|Ticket Prices||The Cubs have a two-tier pricing system: regular games/marquee games. Infield Box Seats, $36/$40; Infield Reserved Seats, $35/$31; Outfield Reserved Seats, $30/$26; Bullpen Reserved Seats, $24/$20; Eighteen76, $16/$12; General Admission Lawn, $13/$9.|
|Season Ticket Prices||Infield Box Seats, $540; Infield Reserved Seats, $465; Outfield Reserved Seats, $390; Bullpen Reserved Seats, $300; General Admission Lawn, $135|
|Tickets on Sale||Now|
|Ticket Web Site||cubs.com|
|Address||2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa|
|Directions||The ballpark is southeast of the Hwy. 202 (the Red Mountain Freeway, running east/west) and Hwy 101 (the Pima Freeway, running north-south) interchange. From Phoenix and points west: Take Hwy. 202 and head east. Take exit 8 (McClintock Dr.) and go south. Go left (east) on E. Rio Salado Parkway and drive 1.3 miles. The complex will be on your left. From Scottsdale and points north: Take Hwy. 101 south to Exit 52. Turn left (east) on E. Rio Salado Pkwy. The complex will be on your left. From Tempe: Take E. Rio Salado Pkwy. (which runs north of downtown and ASU) three miles; the complex is on your left.|
Chicago Cubs Spring Training History
This photo dates back from the 1940s and shows the general landscape of Catalina Island as well.
This photo dates back to 1920.
This postcard is undated; you can get a feel for the grandstand behind the playing field. The country club still exists, by the way.