|Year Opened||Opened in 1997; renovated in 2015|
|Dimensions||340L, 390LC, 410C, 390RC, 350R|
|Local Airport||Phoenix or Mesa|
|Ticket Prices||To be announced|
|Tickets on Sale||To be announced|
|Ticket Line||877/493-BALL (2255)|
|Ticket Web Site||oaklandathletics.com|
|Address||5999 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008|
|Directions||The ballpark is located northeast of I-10 Exit 153 (48th St.). Take HoHokam Expressway to Van Buren Street, right on Van Buren two miles.|
Oakland Athletics Spring Training: Moving to Mesa
The Oakland Athletics are moving spring training operations to HoHoKam Park in 2015. The Arizona State Sun Devils will take up residence at Phoenix Municipal Stadium beginning with the 2015 NCAA season. It’s been a good run for Phoenix Municipal Stadium, spring home of the A’s since 1984.
The Athletics are replacing the Cubs as a tenant at HoHoKam Park. The team will be unveiling ballpark renovations for spring training 2015.
Spring Training History
The Oakland Athletics franchise dates back to the beginning of the American League in 1901. Spring-training sites have included: Philadelphia (1901, 1919); Charlotte, N.C. (1902); Jacksonville (1903, 1914-1918); Spartanburg, S.C. (1904); Shreveport (1905); Montgomery, Ala. (1906, 1923-1924); Dallas (1907); New Orleans (1908-1909); Atlanta (1910); San Antonio (1912-1913); Lake Charles, La. (1920-1921, 1938-1939); Eagle Pass, Texas (1922); Ft. Myers (1925-1936); Mexico City (1937); Anaheim, Cal. (1940-1942); Wilmington, Del. (1943); Frederick, Md. (1944-1945); West Palm Beach (1946-1962); Bradenton (1963-1969); Mesa (1969-1978; 2015-present); Scottsdale (1979-1983); Phoenix (1984-2014).
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