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Phoenix Municipal Stadium, Phoenix

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Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a great ballpark in the pac12. There's comfortable seating and great site lines. The food choices are reasonable and they serve beer in the ballpark. The biggest drawback to this venue is the ...  read more »
  • I have so many great Phoenix Giants memories from this place and also some high school championship baseball games but having ASU back here is a nice touch. With a new coach leading the program I hope...  read more »
  • I am an A's fan and am so sad that the A's moved. This park epitomized spring training. It is small and intimate. There are palm trees and vistas of the red Papago Peaks. Good mix of sun and shade sea...  read more »
  • As of 2015, this is the new home of Sun Devil baseball. Great place to watch a game. Pretty good parking, plenty of concession space, good layout and reasonably priced tickets. Buying season tickets for ASU is a good deal if you go to a lot of games. I'm glad they made the deal to play here instead of taking the Mesa deal as the naming rights and logo placement have turned out WAY better than what we would have had in the other stadium. :) #GoDevils
  • This is the a's old training camp we been there since 1982 now it is Arizona state home now we are back in Mesa mesa is our new training home now
  • This is my favorite Arizona Fall League ballpark. Some people might not like it because it is older, but the view is lovely, there are no bad seats except in the far right-field bleachers, and the food is pretty good if traditional baseball fare. Parking is convenient, and so is the light rail. It's more crowded at spring training, but still pretty pleasant. The A's are apparently thinking of moving; I hope they don't, or at least that the AFL is still held here.
  • Perhaps no history but a significant venue upgrade.
  • Terrible standing room only tickets where you can't see the game at all. No credit cards accepted. Not going back.
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