|SALT RIVER FIELDS AT TALKING STICK|
|Dimensions||345L, 390LC, 410C, 390RC, 345R|
|Ticket Prices||To be announced|
|Tickets on Sale||January 11, 2020|
|Ticket Line||888/490-0383 or 480/362-WINS (9467)|
|Ticket Web Site||dbacks.com|
|Address||7555 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85258|
|Directions||From Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) northbound: Take exit 44 (Indian Bend Road) and turn left, proceeding west for approximately 0.6 miles. Turn right at North Pima Road. The ballpark will be located on your right. From Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) southbound: Take exit 43 (Via De Ventura) and turn right, proceeding west for approximately 0.8 miles. Turn left at North Pima Road. The ballpark will be located on your left.|
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick: A Complete Experience
A spring training game at Salt River Fields is a unique experience.
Instead of herding fans to one or two ballpark entrances, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick gives them four different and distinct entrances. The ballpark is placed at the center of the complex, allowing fans to meander through practice fields before the game. Large angled roofs provide plenty of shade. The berm is the largest in spring training, providing space for 4,000 fans to do what they really love at spring training: grab a cold one and sprawl out in the sun. Want to just hang out? There are tons of spots on the concourse, especially beyond the bases, to just sit down and relax. With running water on the west side of the complex, the ballpark feels like an oasis, especially on a hot spring day. Add to that a strong presence from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC)—the project hosts—and you have a unique spring-training environment.
Salt River Fields History
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick has hosted Diamondbacks and Rockies spring training since opening in 2011.