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Scottsdale Stadium, Scottsdale

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Scottsdale Stadium is a baseball field located in Scottsdale, Arizona, United States. The stadium was built in 1992 and holds 12,000 people. It is the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants.Scottsdale was the home of the Phoenix Firebirds of the Pacific Coast League from 1992 until 1997, when the team moved to Fresno, California, and became the Grizzlies, in order to make room for the National League's Arizona Diamondbacks, who began play in 1998 and the Arizona Centennials of the Freedom Pro Baseball League in 2012. Scottsdale also hosted the Valley Vipers of the independent Western Baseball League in 2000, the only season of that team's existence. Arizona United SC of the United Soccer League played at Scottsdale in 2015.The stadium underwent a $23.1 million renovation in 2006. In return, the San Francisco Giants agreed to play at the stadium for an additional 20 years, through 2025, with an option to extend the lease to 2035.Funding for the project included: $13.3 million from the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (AZSTA) $6.67 million from Maricopa County Stadium District (MCSD) funds forwarded to AZSTA by the MCSD $3.1 million from the City of Scottsdale Key renovations to Scottsdale Stadium included:
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  • First the good thing- I was able to find healthy food at the ballpark. Now the bad thing.- How about a seat back for my $50. bleacher seat?  more »
  • Would definitely return. Next time I will sit on the right side of the field. ;) Clean bathrooms and great food. The fans were super nice.  more »
  • We had our wedding rehearsal dinner and fun here!! It was something different and so much fun!! Got to rent the field and place some baseball and the staff was so nice!! I highly recommend for an even...  more »
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  • Nice ball park. I like the walk to the gate from the parking lot with the water. Just inside the park has shops & food. Some good food options. Nice field and lawn areas. One of my top spring training fields in Arizona.
  • Awesome stadium! You almost don't even know it's here... Have seen a couple of spring training games here. They have a good beer selection, too. Feels like a large MLB stadium but in a good location with free parking. Good stuff in the springtime.
  • This stadium, like every other stadium has high prices. This difference is how nice it is. Enjoy the day when you visit.
  • Why haven't they planted more trees in the lawn area? Otherwise nice/quaint stadium. Get there early for the best lawn seats.
  • It's in the heart of Scottsdale so parking can be a hassle. It's the most expensive ballpark along with the Cubs stadium. They have limited grass seating and it's on a really steep hill, which makes it good for sleeping but not necessarily watching the game. Limited access to the bullpen, no practice fields. My least favorite of all the spring training ballparks.