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Maryvale Baseball Stadium, Phoenix

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Maryvale Baseball Park is a baseball park located in Phoenix, Arizona owned and operated by the city's Parks and Recreation department. The stadium holds 7,000 people. It is home stadium of the Arizona League Brewers rookie league minor league baseball team of the Arizona League. It is also the spring training home of the Milwaukee Brewers and their minor league affiliates (replacing Compadre Stadium in southeast suburban Chandler).
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  • This ballpark is not the newest, but it is the most comfortable of all the spring training ballparks to enjoy a game. Good food, good beer, the attendants are nice and the ballpark is always clean. La...  more »
  • Spring training, really nice part, easy parking, comfortable seating and a really nice place to go for spring training.  more »
  • Easily accessible. Great to be up and close to the players and coaches. Great place for autographs, balls, etc.  more »
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  • Great place to see your favorite teams play during the off-season. Tickets are reasonably priced and the seating in the grass section is unique for sporting events. Unfortunately, the concessions are ridiculously expensive and match concession prices during the normal season. Also, there is very little use of the PA system besides announcing the player at bat. Very little music and ambient noise.
  • It's a nice, clean ballpark. As you get farther down the baselines, the seats are bleachers, but that's fine. It's quieter than a lot of other parks - no music or ambiance between innings, but still a nice park. Lots of beer options as well.
  • This stadium has $5.00 parking, very convenient handicap parking with golf cart service to the gate, does not have portapoty but again golf cart service to the front gate. Saw 3 games here very nice park except if you sit on the grass the score board is hard to see,, ( need to hang small score board from press box so you can see at a glance balls and strikes ) over all excellent park. Also you can bring in water bottles, sandwiches, sodas in plastic bottles, they don't rob you like some other parks !
  • This place is underrated. Clean, comfortable, convenient. The only negative I can come up with is the Milwaukee Brewers.
  • Brewers Spring Training home is a nice stadium, food selection was good, chairs were fine, there was little shade in the warm AZ sun.