Salt River Fields at Talking Stick

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Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks History

If you're looking for a great ballgame and you just can't wait all the way to the regular season, you're definitely in the right spot, as Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks is always bursting with enthusiasm and excitement for their various spring training games. In Scottsdale, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix, baseball is a way of life in the spring, which is why Major League Baseball teams flock down to Arizona each and every spring training so they can round into form and get ready for another amazing season of baseball. There is nothing quite like the experience of seeing baseball live under the sunshine, as it's an experience on a completely different level than watching from home and listening to the sportscaster's rendition of how amazing the atmosphere is.

Once you're there in the stands soaking in the vibes of a great crowd and a talented team is taking to the field, you'll be glad that you're not sitting at home wondering what the big game is like. The Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks is one of the best ballparks that you're going to find anywhere, giving you plenty of opportunities to be a part of a live sports experience that you could be talking about long after it's all over.

The MLB Experience

Even though baseball is now played at a high level all over the world, Major League Baseball is still the premier league for a reason, and it isn't because there is a lack of talent on the diamond. Get out and see a great game loaded with memorable moments that you have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. When two talented ball clubs take to the diamond for an exciting matchup, there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch squinting at that disappointing flatscreen. Baseball has been around for well over a century, giving it enough time to gain the reputation as one of the most popular sports in the entire world.

Phoenix, Arizona

Unless you've been living under a good-sized rock, you probably know that Phoenix is one of those places you need to make it to once in a while. Just a short drive from Southern California and the perfect location for Arizona sports fans, Phoenix has a little bit of everything, though that's not something that you're going to figure out sitting at home. With a great concert scene, a renowned collection of restaurants and so much to do it might make your head spin, Phoenix is definitely not lacking in entertainment.

But even if concerts in Phoenix are an absolute must, the sports scene is still second to none – particularly if you make it out to see two talented teams do battle at the Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks in Scottsdale. Once you're there in the stands – likely with the sun shining down and thousands of fans at your side – you'll definitely understand what all the buzz is about, as this is a venue that is always absolutely filled to the brim with great fans that pour into the stands to show their support on a regular basis.

Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks Seating Layout

No matter where you end up sitting at Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks, you can count on it being a good one, as the buzz of the crowd is sure to be absolutely electric leading up to the opening act. With a capacity of 11,000, this is the perfectly sized venue for a top-tier slice of Major League Baseball that you had circled on your calendar, as it feels both intimate and enormous at the same time – a trick that isn't very easy to pull off. But even though your seat is sure to be comfortable, the last thing in the world you'll be thinking about is your seat when world-class ballplayers are taking to the field for a highly anticipated game that you've been daydreaming about all week in your cubicle.

Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks Trivia

Did you know that it's 410 feet to the wall in center at Salt River Fields at Talking Sticks?

Yup, in an era when plenty of ballparks are getting smaller, this is a place that you still have to get a good piece of it to drive it out to center. And if you're there and you see a ball fly over the 410 marker for a round-tripper, you know that he definitely got a hold of one, though you'll probably be too swept up into the excitement to be thinking about the dynamics of the field. This is a place that opened in 2011 and immediately became a staple of the local community, not to mention an important part of the spring training circuit for the Cactus League. If you're looking for an exciting sneak peak before the regular season, this is a field with a calendar you'll want to keep your eye on.

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