|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 employ dynamic pricing, based on demand. $20-$71|
|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.|
Cubs Spring Training Minor League Schedule
The minor-league teams affiliated with the Chicago Cubs play their home games at the new Mesa training complex. Not all four teams play their games at the same location: if AAA and AA teams are at home, then the A teams are on the road; if AAA and AA teams are on the road, then the A teams are at home.
Iowa Cubs (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League)
Tennessee Smokies (Class AA; Southern League)
Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Class A; Carolina League)
South Bend Cubs (Class A; Midwest League)
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