Oakland Athletics 2023 Spring Training: If You Go …
|Opened in 1997; renovated in 2015
|340L, 390LC, 410C, 390RC, 350R
|To be announced
|Tickets on Sale
|To be announced
|Ticket Web Site
|1235 N. Center St., Mesa.
|From Phoenix, take 202 Loop east to exit 12 (McKellips Road), turn right on W. McKellips Road; and turn right onto N. Center Street. HoHoKam will be on the left-hand side of the street. From Tucson, take Route 10 North to 360 (Superstition Highway), to Country Club Drive exit north; turn right at Brown Road; turn left at Center Street; the ballpark is one block on the right.
Oakland Athletics 2023 spring training is back in Mesa for spring training after spending many years at Phoenix Municipal Stadium and Papago Park. It’s a homecoming of sorts: the A’s formerly trained at Rendezvous Park. So you can expect plenty of references to A’s history at HoHoKam Stadium, which was renovated for the team’s arrival.
While HoHoKam Stadium was spiffed up for the A’s, there’s a carryover issue: there’s really not much of a surrounding neighborhood at HoHoKam Stadium. There is, of course, the cemetery across the street. But there are other cool areas of Mesa to visit aside from HoHoKam Stadium — downtown is particularly nice — and, of course, you’re not too far from Tempe or Scottsdale. We describe the Tempe party and bar area in our Los Angeles Angels page, and we discuss downtown Scottsdale in our San Francisco Giants coverage.
Where to Stay: Any hotel in Mesa proper will work. You can also stay by the airport or in Tempe.
Flying In: The closest airport is Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. It’s served by all the major airlines, including United, Delta, Air Canada, American, and Southwest. It’s a pleasant enough airport.
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